• Makes 16
  • 10 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 3 Ingredients


A really quick and easy Christmassy idea … for those times when you suddenly realise the kids need to take a plate to school and you don’t have much in the cupboard! Switch out the Christmas sprinkles for other colours during the year – perfect for the birthday plate that goes to school!

Ingredients (makes 16 biscuits)

  • 16 Digestive Biscuits (or similar)
  • 250g Melted Cooking Chocolate (Dark, Milk or White)
  • 3 Different coloured Sprinkles


  1. Spread the biscuits onto a platter or tray.
  2. Break the chocolate into squares and place in a heat proof bowl. Either melt in the microwave or over a pot of boiling water.
  3. Spread 1 - 2 teaspoons of melted chocolate onto each biscuit and then cover with sprinkles before the chocolate sets.

  • This is my type of festive baking with the kids haha


  • I love Digestive biscuits, what a good simplex recipe. I will be making some of these.


  • Very simple, but they they turn out with a pop


  • You could also use Nutella spread instead of melted chocolate. A super quick and easy treat


  • Great and very simple – thank you.


  • Easy one but looks beautiful.


  • Simple but so effective! I’m going to do these with my 3 year old this week. Thanks for sharing!


  • Simple yet they look fantastic.


  • My little guy will love making these thanks :)


  • this would be great for kids to make as end of year gifts for their teachers, something handmade always wins at christmas :)

    • I agree and already have this recipe ready for gift giving. :)


  • One that children would have fun making, though it could be messy.


  • What a super quick and easy idea – the kids will love these!


  • Such a fabulous Christmas biscuit hack with reliable and tasty Digestive biscuits. I do love the taste of Digestive biscuits and I have a feeling I am going to be pretty happy with these festive biscuits.


  • kids will love these!


  • A lovely Christmas recipe every-one will enjoy,thanks!


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