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  • Makes 12
  • 1 hours
  • Difficulty Medium
  • 6 Ingredients

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A melt in your mouth shortbread biscuit sweetened with jam and chocolate


Ingredients (makes 12 biscuits)

  • 170g Plain flour
  • 55g Cornflour
  • 55g Icing sugar
  • 220g Butter, softened
  • Raspberry jam
  • Melted chocolate

Method

  1. Pre heat oven to 170 degrees
  2. Cream the butter and sugar , then add in the Vanilla and beat until fluffy
  3. Mix in the flours then allow to rest for a few minutes
  4. Fill piping bag fitted with a large star nozzle, and pipe 24 tube shapes, with a 3cm gap in between each one
  5. Bake for approximately 12-14 minutes or until pale golden and becoming firm
  6. Allow to cool for a few minutes on the tray, and then transfer to a wire rack
  7. When completely cool, sandwich together with the jam, and dip in the melted chocolate. Let set, then serve

Notes

These keep in an air tight container for a week.

  • Now these look amazing and love that they keep for that long too.

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  • Lovely and easy to make – wouldn’t last that long in our house though. Thanks for sharing

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  • Never quite happy with store bought ones. Have to make these. Thanks so much.

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  • Nothing beats soft, melt in your mouth shortbread!

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  • Simply delicious you are born to cook my friend
    Queen of baking mum2archer

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  • I don’t think these would keep for a week in my house :) LOL

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  • Ooh, these looks so fantastic. I can’t wait to make these. My hubby and son will love them.

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  • nothing better than a nice biscuit with a freshly brewed coffee!

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  • Always enjoyed these sweets ooh and bitter chocolate

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  • Ooooooooohhhhhhhhh yuuuuuuuummmmmmm! My mouth is watering just thinking about these. I really enjoy the melt in the mouth shortbread

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  • They look nice, but not the type of recipe we use.


    • Why bother to comment then? Why are you looking at and commenting on recipes you aren’t interested in cooking?



      • Sorry, didn’t mean to offend you. I look to all articles and recipes.

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  • With six children it would be more like hid them, then worry how long they will last.


    • Maybe two separate containers – one for grown ups and one for kids. :)

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  • These look do delish and eatable. I so need to make these for the family.

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  • Shortbread jam fingers are truly delicious with a cuppa and your shortbread jam fingers look delicious and tempting. :)

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  • These look so yummy. Must make these!

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