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Thread: Biscuits, Slices and Brownies

  1. #19
    Nikki Guest


    250g butter, chopped
    1/3 cup (75g) caster sugar
    1/4 cup (35g) rice flour
    2 1/4 cups (335g) plain flour

    Beat butter & sugar in a small bowl (with electric beater) until smooth. Stir in sifted flours; press mixture together to form a firm dough. Knead gently on a floured surface.
    Press mixture into greased baking pan, mark as desired, pr*ck with fork. Bake in a slow oven for 45 mins. Cut where marked while warm, stand shortbread in pan 10 mins before turning onto wire rack to cool.

    Recipe courtesy of my trusty Womens Weekly Christmas cookbook.

  2. #20
    Nikki Guest


    Buttery Shortbread with Almonds

    250g butter, chopped
    1/4 cup (35g) rice flour
    1 3/4cups (260g) plain flour
    2/3 cup (110g) icing sugar mixture
    1 egg white, beaten lightly
    3/4 cup (60g) flaked almonds

    Grease 2 20cm round sandwich cake pans.
    Process butter, flours & icing sugar until forms a ball. Knead gently on floured surface until smooth.
    Press half of dough into prepared pans; smooth tops. Mark each round into 8 wedges, pr*ck with fork, brush with egg white. Overlap almonds in rows on each wedge. Bake in moderately slow oven for about 45 mins ot until browned lightly. Cut where marked while warm; stand in pan to cool.

  3. #21


    Hey guess what just fell out of the cupboard LMAO

    my receipe is

    2pkts yoyo biscuits
    4 tablespoons coco
    2 cups coconut
    2 cans condensed milk
    extra coconut

    put the biscuits into the blender. Transfer them to a bowl then add all other ingredients and mix well.

    I remember it being really hard to mix lol.

    When mixed make little balls and roll in extra coconuts.


  4. #22

    Join Date
    Aug 2004

    Default no bake lemon slice

    this one is good for morning sickness because of the citrus in it, and doesnt taste too rich, is really yummy and takes 10 minutes max to make

    3 cups crushed plain biscuites
    2 cups shredded coconut
    1 cup butter, chopped
    1 small can (just over a cup) sweetened condensed milk
    zest and juice from 2 lemons

    melt butter and condensed milk together, add all other ingredients and mix well, press into a slice tin lined with grease proof paper. set in fridge at least couple of hours, best overnight, flip out, and cut into squares.

    i am eating a piece as we speak, great with a cuppa!

  5. #23

    Join Date
    Jul 2004

    Default Chocolate Cream Slice

    1 to 2pkts of Gollywog biscuits
    Icing sugar
    Chocolate or chocolate sprinkles
    300mls fresh cream
    Vanilla essence

    Whip icing sugar, cream and vanilla to taste. Line base of tray with biscuits. Spread with whip cream mix. Repeat 2 more times. Sprinkle top with grated chocolate or chocolate sprinkles. Must be refridgerated overnight or at least 24hrs.

    I love this recipe. Sooo very yummy!

  6. #24

    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    Chasing Daylight...

    Default Sand Art Brownies - great gift idea

    Hi guys... I made these for my daughter's kindy teachers and a few work colleagues for Christmas. They looked fabulous, and taste great when you make them.

    Sand Art Brownies

    The ingredients are meant to be layered into a large glass jar... hence the name.

    Three quarters of cup of SR Flour
    One third cup of Cocoa
    One half of cup of SR Flour
    Two thirds of cup of packed Brown Sugar
    Two thirds of cup of White Sugar
    One half of cup of Choc Chips
    One half cup of Vanilla Baking Chips
    One half of cup of Walnuts (You could substitute peanuts)

    Instructions for cooking:
    Preheat oven to moderate. Grease a 20cm x 20cm square baking dish
    Pour contents of the jar into a large bowl and mix well.

    Stir in one teaspoon of vanilla essence,two thirds of a cup of vegetable oil, and three eggs. Beat until just combined.

    Pour the batter into the prepared baking dish and bake at 180 for 25 – 30 minutes.


  7. #25

    Join Date
    Feb 2005

    Default Fruit and Nut Balls - yum yum yum (no sugar)

    Fruit & nut balls

    These can be adapted a fair bit. The measurements below are VERY rough.

    2 handfuls of dates
    1/2 cup almond meal
    1/4 cup hazelnut meal
    2 tbsp carob powder
    6 or 7 dried apricots
    handful of pepitas
    vanilla essence
    dessicated coconut

    Chop dates finely, put in a bowl and just cover with boiling water. Add a little cinnamon and leave to soak for 20 min. Drain off any unabsorbed water (shouldn't be any) and mash dates with a fork. Chop apricots and pepitas finely, add everything except coconut to the dates and mix. Should make a thick paste. Form into balls and roll in coconut. Place in fridge overnight.

  8. #26

    Join Date
    Feb 2004


    Oh *drool* these sound fantastic, why have I never heard of them ROFL!

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