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  • Difficulty Easy
  • 10 Ingredients
September 16, 2020

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You can now make the world’s favourite puppy pair as a biscuit. Make the kids smile and tame their tummy rumbles with these adorable and yummy Bluey and Bingo biscuits.

The Bluey and Bingo phenomenon has exploded in the last few months. It all started with a TV show on ABC Kids, which then hit global screens. There are Bluey and Bingo clothes, furniture, PJ’s and even a stage show. And now you can even eat the popular Blue Heeler hounds (well, as a cookie).

Star Baker Steven Carter-Bailey is the creator of this recipe as well as a number of themed Bluey creations. He even explains how he creates an incredible four-tiered Bluey cake featuring Bluey, Bingo as well as dad Bandit and mum Chilli.

In this recipe, the base biscuit is gingerbread but if you or your kids are not that keen on gingerbread,you could really use a  sugar cookie recipe instead. We love this sugar cookie recipe.

While of course, you want your biscuit to taste good, the decoration is the key to this creation. So make sure you follow Steven’s tips to make the best Bluey and Bingo biscuits.


Ingredients

  • FOR THE GINGERBREAD
  • 180g plain flour
  • 1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda
  • 1 tsp ground ginger
  • 1/2 tsp mixed spice
  • zest of one orange
  • 60g unsalted butter
  • 90g light soft brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1Tbsp honey

Method

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 C and line a baking sheet with some greaseproof paper, unless your pan is non-stick.
  2. In a large bowl, or in a stand mixer, mix together the dry ingredients with the butter (use clean hands if you’re not using a stand mixer).
  3. Add the honey and the egg and slowly mix the dough together until it forms a ball. Turn this out onto a floured surface and knead until the dough is smooth. Wrap in cling film and refrigerate for a minimum of 20 minutes.
  4. Roll out the dough on a floured surface until it’s about 3-4mm thick. Use a floured cookie cutter to make the shapes of your biscuits (I used a square for the family, a circle for the balloons and cut a large circle into quarters for the watermelon).
  5. Transfer the shapes to the baking sheet and place them 2-3cm apart. Refrigerate for another 20-30 minutes and then bake for 8-10 minutes - keep a close eye on these as some ovens may vary and can burn the biscuits very easily.
  6. Remove your shapes from the oven and allow them to cool for a few minutes before using a palette knife to transfer them to a rack to cool completely.
  7. Store the cooled biscuits in an airtight container for up to a week.
  8. TO DECORATE THE COOKIES
  9. Steven Carter-Bailey, the creator of the recipe, explains how he decorates the biscuits: For the Bluey and Bandit biscuits, I used a square cookie cutter to shape the biscuits and to cut out the fondant in the same shape. I rolled out the first piece of fondant to about 3-4mm. To create the shapes of the patches, snouts, ears, etc., I rolled out the different coloured fondants and used a very sharp kitchen knife to cut them out. I stick the fondant shapes to the biscuits using a small amount of royal icing from a box. I do this because it’s a lot easier and because the pre-mixed icing doesn’t contain raw egg whites, making it safer to eat for little ones.
  10. To stop bits falling off whilst the faces are drying, I made these flat on a non-stick baking try and then dried them overnight, before sticking them to the biscuits - remember to cover any royal icing you're not using to prevent it from drying out.
  11. For the red balloon, I used a round cutter to shape the biscuit and the fondant. I shaped a little triangle on the bottom of each circle to look like the knot. These were covered in red fondant, but you can use all sorts of colours – why not make a multi-coloured balloon?
  12. For the watermelon shape, I cut out a large circle and then cut that into quarters (I repeated this for the fondant).
  13. The colours were painted on using food colouring and clean paintbrush. The little black seeds can be made with little bits of fondant or black food colouring.
  14. If you want to stick your biscuits to lolly sticks, then flip them over and use some of the royal icing as glue - these will need to dry overnight. You can then wrap them in cellophane, tie with a ribbon and give them as party favours.

  • These look so cute! Love it!

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  • They look so neat I bet kids will play with them more than eating them

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  • Great idea for the kids

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  • I know a few kids who would love these…..including my 30yo son

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  • Has anyone made these and done it easily. Hoping they won’t take too long and I can make them for my daughters birthday

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  • These look wonderful.

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  • These are really cute my grand children would really love these.

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  • Very cute and great idea! Who doesn’t love Bluey??

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  • Well I’m going to have to make these. Omg I would be grandma of the year !

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  • These are so cute. I’ll share them with my friends to make for their kids.

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  • Very cute! My kids would be amazed by this. They hate gingerbread that has orange zest in it though so I never put it in.

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  • These are very cute! – but your recipe has additional steps that don’t match the end product!

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  • Um Steps 11, 12 and 13 don’t seem to go with this recipe.

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  • They are so beautiful.

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  • I definitely think I love these more than my son

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