There are lot of biscuit choices that do not contain eggs the most popular being shortbreads and oat biscuits.
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.
Very quick and simple oat biscuits for serving with morning or afternoon tea. You can double the recipe if you like.
This is the one Anzac recipe I always fall back on. If you cook them like a slice, make sure you cut them into squares while they're still hot.
Our family makes this shortbread recipe every year at Christmas time to give to family and friends. Use exact measurements. I used mostly small metal star biscuit cutters, with some large biscuit cutters such as the Christmas tree and Christmas bell. This recipe can be made two weeks ahead. Suitable to freeze. Not suitable to microwave. Store in an airtight container.
These are tasty chocolate biscuits made with cornflakes - a kiwi classic. You'll find yourself addicted. The good thing is they are REALLY easy to make.
A savoury snack for everyone. You should try adding some herbs to this recipe such as thyme, sage and oregano.
A biscuit for chocolate addicts. A wonderful easy recipe that is great for kids - easy to make and store well. The dough or the cooked biscuits can be frozen. You can make tiny, dainty biscuits or regular size. You can also use the normal sized M&Ms, though it is harder to make the dainty sized biscuits!
I have been making these melt-in-your mouth shortbread cookies for over 40 years. The are so easy and simple to make. Instead of the cherries, you can use sprinkles, half an almond or half a cashew on top of cookies before baking. A thumbprint in the cookie, filled with your choice of jam is also very tasty!
This is home made wagon wheel recipe that the entire family will love and is so easy my 4 year old made them. They are rich, crunchy and a little sinful but they will keep you coming back to make more.