Once you have a few basic biscuit dough recipes down the possibilities are endless! Make the dough then flavour as you wish!
A delicious gingersnap biscuit that uses molasses or treacle to give it a rich and dark flavour. It is spiced with ground ginger, cinnamon and a hint of salt.
This is a simple, easy, basic biscuit recipe, but you can add a variety of ingredients to change the type of biscuit. Anywhere from sweet to savoury.
This will fill your cookie jar, with a different variety of biscuits in one easy recipe.
This is a fabulously economical cookie recipe, they can be left as vanilla biscuits or you can add any flavourings of your choice - its variations are only limited by your imagination. I have included some variation suggestions for this recipe, including a freezer variation, in the notes.
This easy biscuit mixture will keep in the fridge for up to 10 days. It makes eight cups, and I use it in two cup lots to make different flavoured biscuits as required. Each flavour variation at the end of the recipe is enough to add to two cups of the mixture. Two cups makes 24 biscuits.