Chocolate oat biscuits

Rainy days (and a dodgy knee) mean baking time! So let’s check, what’s in the cupboard? Flour, chocolate, some oats, coconut oil and a lonely egg… I reckon I can make some biscuits. What I am after is crisp on the outside and deliciously chewy in the middle. And these deliver. Plus, they don’t need…

Gingernuts

Gingernuts are one of those biscuits that taste a million times better when homemade. The ultimate dunker, this spicy, perfectly round, puffy and crackled biscuit is one of the most popular ones in England, which doesn’t come as a surprise…they are full of flavour! These are traditionally a very hard crisp biscuit made for dunking…

Oatmeal biscuits

Are there such things as healthy biscuits? I don’t know.  But these oatmeal gems are certainly full of fiber, flavour and crunchiness and they feel  healthier than their cousins, the good old chocolate chip biscuits. Easy and quick recipe, it doesn’t really need an electric whisk (though handy if you have one) and they keep forever. Ingredients 1/2…

Vanilla butter biscuits

Biscuits are a lot easier to make than they appear to be, and they normally last for longer than cake and make pretty presents for friends and family. This recipe is super easy and fool-proof. Once you have made the first batch, I guarantee you will be tempted (and right to do so!) to add chocolate chips, nuts, raisins or…

Chocolate chip biscuits

Chocolate chip biscuits can’t be resisted; I’ve never come accross anyone who doesn’t like them (and I have even met a person who doesn’t like chocolate!) and whether bought or home-made, you always just get a ‘hmmmm’ every time you offer people some. So when I decided to make something to take to a friend’s house, chocolate chip…