A really easy biscuit recipe with minimal ingredients but loads of flavour!


Ingredients (serves 35 | makes 35 biscuits )

  • 200g castor sugar
  • 275g plain flour
  • 230g softened butter
  • 1 tsp mixed spice

Method

  1. Put the butter in a bowl and blend till light and fluffy then add the flour and mix till it forms a dough preheat oven to 180 degrees
  2. Using your hands roll the mixture into balls the size of a walnut and place then on a lined flat tray making sure you space them two centimetres apart you might need another tray also use a fork to slightly flatten the biscuit dough
  3. Now place your trays in a hot oven and bake for 10 to 15 minutes or untill golden brown let them cool on tray for 5 minutes then place biscuits on a rack to cool further
  4. Enjoy them as they are or add some icing!

  • Yummy way to spice up your life.

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  • How quick and easy! Can’t wait to try these and experiment with different spices.

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  • Definitely minimal ingredients. I’m pretty sure the spice brings all the flavour. Perfect accompaniment to an afternoon cuppa

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  • Minimal ingredients nients and quick I like this thanks I would like to try making this recipe

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  • Sounds like a lovely biscuit to dip in a hot cup of tea for morning or afternoon tea

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  • A lovely, simple recipe and great to share.

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  • Would be nice with a cuppa thanks!

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  • Thanks for the recipe. I like that it is so easy.

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  • I’ll be trying these as an alternative to what hubby can presently have – with some minor alterations of course.

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  • Looks interesting and simple, love the idea with the spices!

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  • They are are delicious with cinnamon or powdered ginger. Bought Ginger Biscuits are usually quite hard

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  • These look delicious and simple to make thanks for sharing

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  • A simple recipe that will make me appear competent :)
    Thank you

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  • I like simple recipes. Thank you.

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  • These sound interesting, and I bet they smell so good when they are cooking! Spices always smell so good!

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