Not everyone is a huge fan of Chocolate [who are these people?!], so I’ve made some Easter-themed shortbread biscuits on a stick to hand out every bit a happy swap.
I made these using some inexpensive and cheerful £1 cookie cutters:
in addition to my mixture in addition to method were the same every bit my Chrіѕtmаѕ ѕhоrtbrеаd bіѕсuіtѕ post:
Line a baking tray alongside baking paper together with adapt the biscuits leaving space of around 2cm between the sides [for expansion as the biscuits bake] together with plenty of room for the lollipop sticks to be fixed in place:
I placed my lollipop sticks around one-half way through the biscuit, inward the centre. Pushing the lollipop stick down in to the dough to secure inwards place [the theory beingness that as the biscuits cook as well as the dough expands, the stick volition live covered enough to hold inward home securely:
….every bit a test, I besides tried mark the dough with the lollipop stick…simply as you can imagine, this expanded when baked too didn’t proceed shape in one case baked:
Now pop the biscuits inwards the oven for around xv minutes at 190 degrees until golden:
…and get out to cool for around 10-fifteen minutes:
As the biscuits baked, they expanded over the lollipop sticks every bit I hoped as well as secured them firmly inward home, without breaking through the bottom of the biscuit:
…these tin can right away be left equally they are….
…or yous could add some ornamentation equally elementary or detailed as y’all similar alongside icing pens:
…a elementary option to chocolate if you desire to brand your ain Easter / Spring treats.