How To Ice Christmas Holiday Cookies With Biscuiteers

Recipe & Image Credit: Biscuiteers

How To Ice Christmas Holiday Cookies With Biscuiteers. You may remember this post I published last week; The Snowman™ And The Snowdog Biscuit Tin Review?

Well today, thanks to the Biscuiteers, I have their very own recipe to share with you! So you can have a go at making your own Snowman biscuits for Christmas. How cool.

How To Ice Christmas Holiday Cookies With Biscuiteers:

How To Ice Christmas Holiday Cookies With Biscuiteers

How To Ice Christmas Holiday Cookies With Biscuiteers

How To Ice Christmas Holiday Cookies With Biscuiteers:

Makes 24 biscuits

Ingredients for biscuits:

  • 200g Plain flour
  • ½ teaspoon baking powder
  • ½ ground ginger
  • ½ cinnamon
  • ½ mixed spice
  • 50g dark brown sugar
  • 100g salted butter, diced
  • 50g black treacle or molasses

How To Ice Christmas Holiday Cookies With Biscuiteers

How To Ice Christmas Holiday Cookies With Biscuiteers Method:

  1. Preheat the oven to 170°C/350°F/gas mark 4 before you begin making your biscuits.
  2. Sift the flour, baking powder and all the spices into a mixing bowl. Add the sugar and mix well.
  3. Add the butter. Using just the tips of your fingers, rub together the ingredients until the mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs.
  4. When all the butter is evenly mixed in, make a well in the centre and add the treacle and bring it all together. You will know when it is all mixed in as it will have an even colour all over with not too many streaks of treacle.
  5. You will need a collection of Christmas cutters, or you can print off a template from online and carefully cut the dough with a sharp knife.
  6. Place the dough onto your clean worktop. Divide into two and squash the dough into two even-sized flat discs. Cover and chill until ready to use, or roll out immediately.
  7. Cut your biscuits using biscuit cutters into your desired shape and evenly place onto baking trays (make sure these are lined).
  8. Bake for 14-18 minutes, depending on your oven.
  9. When the biscuits are evenly cooked and just beginning to turn a golden colour, remove the trays from the oven and transfer the whole sheet of biscuits to a cooling rack.
  10. Leave to totally cool before storing or icing as the icing will melt.

Then make up a batch of some of our flood and line icing. You’ll need red, black, white, cream, green, blue and orange line icing and white, red, cream and black flood icing for the below designs.

How to ice snowman biscuits:

  • Use your white line icing to outline the body of the snowman, and a black line icing to outline the snowman’s hat. Leave to dry for 5 minutes.
  • Use white flood icing to flood the snowman’s body and black flood icing to flood the snowman’s hat.
  • Place your snowman biscuit onto a baking tray and into an oven set to the lowest temperature (50°C/gas mark ¼) for 40 minutes, or until the icing has set hard.
  • Once your flood base is set dry, use your black line icing to pipe a curved row of dots for the mouth and two dots for the eyes.
  • Use orange line icing to pipe the snowman’s nose and green icing to pipe a band on the snowman’s hat.
  • In a back and forth motion, pipe the snowman’s scarf with red line icing. Leave to dry for 5 mins. Once dry use white line icing to pipe small lines of detail on the scarf. and green line icing to pipe tassels at the end of the scarf. Leave to full dry.

How To Ice Christmas Holiday Cookies With Biscuiteers

Recipe & Image Credit: Biscuiteers

Fancy making some?

You may also like: Biscuiteers Stained Glass Window Biscuit Recipe.

How To Ice Christmas Holiday Cookies With Biscuiteers

How To Ice Christmas Holiday Cookies With Biscuiteers

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7 Comments

  1. One Frazzled Mum
    15th December 2017 / 9:24 am

    Oh wow these look fab! And delicious too. I am no good at things like this so I just stick to eating them 😉 #pocolo

  2. Debbie Roberts - Debs Random Writings
    15th December 2017 / 5:07 pm

    Hi Claire, far too cute to eat! You did an excellent job decorating, my attempt would probably end up with the snowman looking like it was starting to thaw! The spicey recipe sounds good too.Thank you for linking up with the #MMBC.XX

  3. Kim Carberry
    16th December 2017 / 8:42 pm

    These look so good….Deb is right they look too cute to eat. heheheI love the stained glass one's #PoCoLo

  4. A Green and Rosie Life
    17th December 2017 / 12:10 pm

    These are beautiful and you have a much steadier hand than me! #pocolo

  5. Anne Stone Sweet
    20th December 2017 / 4:09 pm

    They are lovely, I've always wanted to make stained glass biscuits.#mmbc

  6. Anonymous
    21st December 2017 / 5:58 pm

    What a lovely idea. I would love to make some of these.

  7. Stephanie Robinson
    7th January 2018 / 6:07 pm

    Wow – they look great. I'm not sure I have the patience (or skill) though! Pinned so I can continue drooling over them! Thanks for sharing with #PoCoLo

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