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More Baking Please! Ginger Biscuits….

Since I started my baking obsession, I’ve had more and more requests from friends and family to make little goodies for them. My dad loves biscuits, so this week I’m on a biscuit mission for him and first up are Ginger Biscuits.

This recipe again is super easy (who knew?!) and makes slightly chewy, sugary biscuits with a lovely little ginger bite. I love the way baking looks and tastes and these simple yet, tasty treats tick all the boxes for me, but mainly they go great with a cuppa! Dad certainly gave them the thumbs up so spoil someone you love and try baking them for yourself, they won’t be disappointed. This recipe makes about 25/30 biscuits.

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1 beaten egg.

1/2 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda

1/2 tablespoon of ground ginger

125g self-raising flour

50g light muscovado sugar

50g demerara sugar

50g butter

A big old 1/2 teaspoon on golden syrup


Set the oven to 160 degrees celcius and pop greaseproof paper onto 2 baking trays.

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Mix all of the dry ingredients together in a bowl.

Put the butter and golden syrup onto a low heat and keep stirring until the butter has melted. Add this and the beaten egg into your dry mixture and mix together.

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Using teaspoons, put small balls of the dough onto your baking sheets.

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Cook for 15-20 minutes, until the biscuits are perfectly formed pieces of gingery heaven; or until golden brown.

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Leave to cool on a wire rack and bada bing bada boom, you’re ready to treat someone!

Good luck kiddos and happy baking.

V x

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