Ingredients (serves 20)

  • chocolate chips (Nestle milk chocolate bits)
  • 375g plain flour
  • 250g butter
  • 125g caster sugar
  • pinch salt

Method

  1. Preheat oven to 170C.
  2. Beat butter and sugar then add the flour and salt. Roll out onto a floured surface and cut into round shapes. Put on a baking tray and arrange chocolate drops on top to make a pattern.
  3. Bake for 10 minutes then turn oven down to 150 C for last 5 minutes of cooking. Careful not to over cook them. They should not turn brown.

Notes... You can make any patterns on the shortbread with the chocolate chips. Dominos shapes are fun to make by cutting into rectangles and decorating with the chocolate chips. When you put the chocolate chips on top use the pointy end to press into the biscuit to hold it in place so the flat side is facing up.
  • Short bread is a fav of mine add choc chips and it’s double the delight. thanks.

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  • THey look Delicious kids will love these

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  • I made some shortbread recently it was totally experimental and they were a little bit too short but still appealing thanks for sharing!

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  • Thanks for sharing your shortbread recipe. Must be the flavour of the month all the stores have them too.

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  • I made shortbread for my bake sale, today…was the first thing to sell! Since it’s so popular..my next one, I’m going to make different variations of it..these are going on my list!

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  • These look lovely

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  • Chocolate chip shortbread is a favourite, they look delicious! Thanks.

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  • These look really tasty and simple to make!
    thank you for sharing!

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  • Mmm these look very yummy! Would be fun to place the choc chips in different ways to, like the sides of a dice. Thanks for sharing!

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  • These would be great at Xmas time.

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  • I love shortbread, what a great idea with the choc chips

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  • Can I come over and try them? hahahaha enjoy xx

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  • Lovely looking recipe. Thanks for sharing

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  • Nice! Thanks for sharing this recipe! Very nice!

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  • Never though of adding chic chips very nice touch

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