Christmas Reindeer Biscuits And How To Make Some. Hello friends, so how are you today? Are you planning your Christmas baking list? Are you making any fun biscuits for the family, children or yourself?
If so how about trying this fun Christmas Reindeer Biscuits recipe out? How adorable are these? I could just eat one now!!
Masterchef winner Mat Follas has teamed up with the happy egg co to develop some great recipes for the festival season. Today they have kindly let me share their recipes with my lovely readers. How kind of them.
Christmas Reindeer Biscuits And How To Make Some:
Makes approx. 20 biscuits
For the biscuits:
175g caster sugar
2 happy eggs
2 happy egg yolks
50g ground almonds
240g plain flour
For the icing:
250g icing sugar
1-2 tbsp milk
Food colouring to suit
Christmas Reindeer Biscuits Method:
1.) In a bowl, mix the butter and sugar together with an electric blender, until they form a creamy paste.
2.) Add the happy eggs and happy egg yolks and mix, then fold in the almonds and flour with a wooden spoon or spatula until fully combined.
3.) Press the mixture into a greased tray to a thickness of about ¼” (6mm). Place in a preheated oven at 180°C/350°F/Gas Mark 4 for 10-12 minutes.
4.) The biscuit mixture is ready when it has just started to colour.
5.) Carefully turn out onto a sheet of baking parchment on a flat cool surface.
6.) While still warm to touch, use a cookie cutter to press out the shapes but don’t try to lift them out until completely cooled, or they’ll break.
Mix the butter and icing sugar together in a bowl, adding the milk as needed to make a smooth paste.
Mat’s top tip:
It’s much easier if you warm the butter.
First, ice the biscuits all over with the plain icing, adding some edible glitter for a festive feel.
Then add a little red food colouring to the remaining icing, spoon it into a piping bag and draw on his shiny red nose.
Recipe and photo credit by- Mat Follas and happy egg co. So what do you think about these Christmas Reindeer Biscuits? Do you also fancy making some? Because I know I do. So adorable.
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