Biscuits recipes

ANZAC Biscuits

ANZAC Biscuits

Anzac biscuits have a cloudy beginning, with no account actually being able to categorically state their true beginning, but it is thought that these biscuits were made by wives and girlfriends and sent out to the soldiers using war-time ingredients and ones that would travel well and still be enjoyable by the time they reached the forces
Anzac biscuits recipe – gluten free

Anzac biscuits recipe – gluten free

With Anzac day on our doorstep and because this year is the first time that its a long weekend, we decided to celebrate with a gluten free recipe for the famous Anzac biscuits
Belgium Biscuits …

Belgium Biscuits …

A New Zealander may not immediately link Belgium Biscuits with Valentines Day, but I was searching for an original idea (I was determined not to go down the decorated cup cake route) when I remembered that Belgium Biscuits had been on my list to make for a while now
Almond Biscuits

Almond Biscuits

These biscuits came about because of two things. The first is I visited a beautiful little village called Ardales where I ate the most delicious biscuits ever
Wife Biscuit (Lo Por Paeng)   老婆餅

Wife Biscuit (Lo Por Paeng) 老婆餅

8 biscuits 120 gm candied winter melon, finely chopped. Happy New Year, everyone. My first post for 2015 is 'Wife Biscuit' aka 'Lo Por Paeng', a soft and flaky pastry with winter melon filling which is a very popular delicacy in Hong Kong
Milo Biscuits

Milo Biscuits

  I had never heard of these until about a week ago when my lovely friend Julie of ‘A Slice In The Life Of Julie’ shared the recipe
Cherry Biscuits

Cherry Biscuits

This is one of the easiest biscuits I have made. Jennifer asked me to make some before I went to babysit Jacob as she said Jacob loves cherries, so being the Nana I am, I happily obliged
Anzac Biscuits

Anzac Biscuits

Because of the closely linked name it seems inevitable that once again the direct origin of these biscuits isn’t clear cut
Muesli Biscuits

Muesli Biscuits

Preheat oven to 170 C. Melt butter with golden syrup over a gentle heat. In a bowl combine flour, oats, seeds, sugar, sultanas and apricots
Decorating biscuits with fondant (rolling icing)

Decorating biscuits with fondant (rolling icing)

just use the same cookie cutter for the biscuits and for the icing. After baking your biscuits roll out your fondant icing and cut it with the same shapes
Anzac Biscuits for the 100th Anniversary of ANZAC Day

Anzac Biscuits for the 100th Anniversary of ANZAC Day

Anzac biscuits were supposedly sent to the troops in World War I because of their keeping qualities. Although Anzac biscuits are "keepers", they are delicious - they are made from rolled oats, sugar, coconut and golden syrup, and smell like heaven
ANZAC Biscuits

ANZAC Biscuits

I haven’t made ANZAC biscuits before but this year I thought I would give it a go and then I discovered there was a recipe on my box of baking soda, and all the ingredients we needed were already in the pantry
Favourite biscuits and a rugby treat.........

Favourite biscuits and a rugby treat.........

I think the recipe may have come from the NZ Woman's Weekly, it was written on a bit of paper, then years ago transferred into my recipe book, so became Mum's Fruit Drop Biscuits
Mooncake Biscuits 公仔饼

Mooncake Biscuits 公仔饼

Mooncake Biscuits. Cool down biscuits and store them in an airtight container. Her Mooncake Biscuits were baked evenly browned and look so perfect
Christmas Biscuit Tree

Christmas Biscuit Tree

Each year I looked forward to making mince pies, biscuits and the decorating of the Christmas cake which my mum would have baked a few weeks earlier using my grandmother's recipe