It's my birthday tomorrow, so what better way to start my celebrations!
I am going to share with you a recipe that I use a lot. The kids love it, I love it and it's so easy, it takes minutes. And it's perfect for this time of the year!
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The recipe is from my favorite cookbook; Mary Berry's complete cookbook--her easy recipes make even a bad cook like me look good!
*recipe has been changed a little from cookbook, to add a little Kerrianne ;-) *
125g (4oz) plain flour
60g (2oz) ground rice
125g (4oz) butter, plus extra for greasing.
60g (2oz) castor sugar, plus extra for sprinkling.
1 Mix the flour with the ground rice in a bowl. Add the butter and rub in with finger tips.stir the sugar. Knead the mixture lightly until it is a smooth dough.
2 lightly butter baking tray. Roll out the dough on a lightly floured work surface. Break off little balls and form into a rectangle shape. Note that when the dough cooks it will spread a little so give room on the tray for spreading. Prick with a fork.
3 bake in a preheated oven at 160oc (325f) gas mark 3. For 35 minutes, until golden--though in my experience, they need closer to 25minutes...
4 when you take them from the oven, sprinkle the still hot biscuits with sugar and then leave to cool. Or, in my house--eat immediately and moan about burned fingers afterwards!
My kids love to de orate them too. Fun. Easy and quick!
Hired demon hunter and paid debt collector, Snow White lives with her heart encased in ice and her mind set on survival—until she accepts the one job that threatens to turn her world upside down.
Blackmailed by hell gate demons, Snow has no choice but to accept the task of murdering a king. Dragged into a world of violence and death at a young age, Snow has no idea how to deal with king Sam, and his charm.
When Sam’s evil mother died fifteen years before, she left a him with the knowledge that one day, she would return unless Sam breaks the spell.
Living with the knowledge that he has to die on his wedding night in order to break his mothers spell, Sam has never allowed himself to dream of love…Until a little assassin breaks into his castle and steals his heart.
But deals have been made and magic has been cast. Fate has no power over what is in the past…
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And my blog address is; http://kerriannecoombes.wordpress.com/. Where you can find out about my other books and the rest of the Demon Tales in the series.