Inspired by Austria – Maya’s Christmas Butter Biscuits

This recipe is the best I have used for making butter biscuits! Lovely to make with children too.  Can be hung on the tree if you make a hole in the top before baking and thread a string through once cooled, fun to decorate in anyway you like but I opted for a simple icing sugar and water glaze with lots of sprinkles. 

Makes: 35 – 40 Biscuits

Prep: 10 mins (plus resting time overnight or at least one hour in the fridge)
Cook: 10 mins

Ingredients: 500g flour, 250g butter, 200g sugar, 2 eggs, 1 teaspoon of baking powder

Method:

  1. Mix all the dried ingredients together well
  2. Then add in your eggs and make into a dough, (it should come together really easily with no need to add any liquid)
  3. Make into a large ball, cover and pop into the fridge overnight or for at least an hour, ( I found that leaving this in the fridge overnight really helped)
  4. Pre-heat your oven to 150c
  5. Roll out the dough to about 1/2 centimetre thick and start cutting out your shapes, I used a combination of different cutters which looks really pretty
  6. Pop onto a lined baking tray and bake in the oven for 10minutes until golden, leave in for a few more minutes if needed
  7. Allow to cool
  8. Ice with your chosen icing, decorate and enjoy
  9. Have fun!

Remember all recipes are created for you not only to enjoy, but to also raise awareness of the struggles these countries face on a daily basis, so if you would like to make a donation to Save The Children who are working everyday to support children around the World, please visit my just giving page by clicking the link Just Giving for more information.

Thanks x

 

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