Easter chick biscuits recipe

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Use a bird or chick biscuit cutter to make these soft, buttery biscuits for Easter. I used a few tiny drops of yellow, green and red food colouring in the icing to make pastel shades.

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IngredientsMakes: 24 biscuits

  • 375g plain flour
  • 225g butter, room temperature
  • 175g caster sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • For the icing
  • 500g icing sugar, or as needed
  • lemon juice as needed
  • your favourite food colouring gels

MethodPrep:20min ›Cook:15min ›Extra time:1hr › Ready in:1hr35min

  1. Combine flour, butter, sugar and eggs and knead to a smooth dough. Chill for 1 hour in the fridge.
  2. Preheat oven to 200 C / Gas 6. Line a baking tray with baking paper.
  3. Roll out dough on a floured surface to 1/2cm thick. Cut out biscuits with cookie cutter. Place on baking tray and bake until lightly coloured, 12 to 15 minutes. Don't let them get too dark. Let cool.
  4. Mix icing sugar with lemon juice to make a thick icing. Add food colouring as desired. Use to ice biscuits and let set.

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These simple biscuits are great fun to make with little helpers.

Let them spoon icing over the tops and decorate them with chocolate chips, mini marshmallows and strawberry laces for the whiskers.

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Easter bunny biscuits with currants and mixed spice

These old-fashioned biscuits are packed with currants, cinnamon and mixed spice for lots of flavour.

Finish with a sprinkling of sugar and package up to give as an Easter present.

Pistachio and orange biscotti

A biscuit recipe for the grown-ups.

Make classic Italian biscotti with some fresh spring flavours, like pistachio and orange zest.

Great to make over the Easter weekend and enjoy with a pot of coffee.

Easter egg biscuits

These pretty biscuits are iced with different pastel colours.

Use an egg-shaped cutter and get the kids to help decorate them with patterns and stripes.

Make a batch of these egg biscuits for a money-saving way of bulking up the Easter egg hunt.

Orange, sesame and chocolate biscuits

These beautiful biscuits make a great addition to an Easter spread.

Why not serve them for dessert on Easter Sunday, along with chocolate pots or mousse?

They also make a lovely Easter gift if you're off to stay with friends or family.

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These golden biscuits look pretty with pastel icing highlights on the bird wings and eggs.

Sticking to a colour scheme gives a sophisticated effect.

Easy Easter biscuits

If you're new to baking, these simple biscuits are the ones for you.

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Use these piping decorating bags from Wilton, which are easy to hold and use and come as a convenient pack of 12. Find it at Amazon for £6.29.

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Easter chick biscuits recipe - Recipes

Beat the buttery spread, sugar and condensed milk together until creamy. Add the egg (don’t worry if it looks like its curdling), beat well and then add the flours, spice and lemon zest. Mix to a firm but sticky dough. Cover in cling film and refrigerate for 30 minutes.

Roll the dough out on a well- floured surface to the thickness of a pound coin. Cut out using a 6cm round cutter. Transfer the biscuit shapes to the trays and insert the lolly sticks into the sides, just a quarter of the way through. Re-roll the trimmings to make more biscuits.

Bake for 10 minutes until lightly golden. Cool completely on a wire rack. Mix the icing sugar with the condensed milk, yellow colouring and a little water. Ice and decorate the biscuits with the sweets and use the black icing pen to draw the eyes, then leave to dry. Store in an airtight box for up to a week

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Recipe: Easter bakes – chick biscuits

Easter is traditionally a time to bake hot cross buns, chocolate nests and simnel cake.

With that in mind, we decided to hunt for some of the nation’s most popular Easter baking recipes to ensure you’ve got all the inspiration you need for some home bakes of your own this spring.

This one comes courtesy of Waitrose.

Preparation time: 30 mins

Cooking time: 10 mins

Total time: 40 mins

Yellow, orange and black gel food colouring

1. Preheat the oven to 200°C, gas mark 6 and line two large baking trays with baking parchment.

2. Place the flour, bicarbonate of soda and ginger in a large bowl. Add the Stork and rub in with your fingertips until it resembles breadcrumbs.

3. Mix the egg and syrup pour this into the flour and mix to give a soft dough.

4. Roll the dough out onto a floured surface to 0.5cm thick and, using a 6cm round cutter, cut out 24 rounds. Place on the trays leaving space between them.

5. Bake for 9-10 minutes or until golden. Cool on a wire rack.

6. Sift the icing sugar into a large bowl and add 2-3 tbsp water until you get a smooth mixture that is thick but just pourable. Reserve 2 tbsp in a small bowl and set aside. In a separate bowl add ½ tbsp icing and add a little black colouring. Reserve 1 tbsp icing and add a little orange colouring.

7. Place all these in 3 separate plastic piping bags until required. Add yellow colouring to the remaining icing.

8. Spread the yellow icing over the biscuits up to the edge and allow to dry completely.

9. Pipe pea-sized circles for eyes with the white icing and fill in the centre.

10. Using the orange icing, pipe beaks and 2 small lines at the bottom for feet and allow to dry.

11. Make dots in the centre for the eyeballs with the black icing to finish.

Easter Chick Biscuits

These fruity biscuits were traditionally baked and eaten around Easter. The citrus of the mixed peel is said to represent the suffering of Christ on the cross. The addition of mixed spice is favoured in the West Country. Recipe produced by AGA Specialist Dawn Roads.

Makes 32 with a 7.5cm chick cutter

Egg white (from above), lightly whisked with a fork

1. Cream the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy, beat in the egg yolk. Stir in the flour, currants and peel, mix to form a dough. If the mixture is a little dry add some of the egg white.

2. Roll out the dough and cut into the chick shapes, re-roll and repeat with the trimmings. Place onto the cold plain shelf.

3. Slide the cold plain shelf onto the lowest set of runners in the baking oven. Bake for 10 minutes, then remove from the oven, brush with the egg white and sprinkle with caster sugar. Return to the oven for about 5 minutes.

AGA R5 2 oven AGA: Place on a baking sheet instead of the cold plain shelf and place onto the grid shelf placed on the floor of the roasting oven with the cold plain shelf slid onto the second runners down. Bake for 8-10 minutes, then remove from the oven, brush with the egg white and sprinkle with caster sugar. Return to the oven for about 3-5 minutes.

Rayburn: Bake at 180ºC (350ºF), Gas Mark 4 for 10 minutes then remove from the oven, brush with the egg white and sprinkle with caster sugar. Return to the oven for about 5 minutes.

Conventional oven: Bake at 180ºC (350ºF), fan oven at 160ºC, Gas Mark 4 for 10 minutes then remove from the oven, brush with the egg white and sprinkle with caster sugar. Return to the oven for about 5 minutes.

Depending on the cookies will depend if you can freeze the recipe or not. Most cookies can be frozen once cooked or even freeze the dough. Then slice and bake as directed.

Just make sure to check over the recipe before you assume it is safe. But, again most recipe are safe.

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