Corgi Biscuits Recipe. Corgi Biscuits for the Jubilee Celebrations or any other Royal celebration you might be planning. Hello friends, so how are you today? With the Diamond Jubilee celebrations starting, why not make some biscuit’s to celebrate of the Queens favourite dogs? How to make some sweet Queen Elisabeth’s Corgis biscuits to celebrate The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
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Corgi Biscuits Recipe:
Don’t pass on this once-in-a-lifetime chance to make history. With this delicious recipe, indulge in the fascinating world of Corgi Biscuits!
In every bite, experience the ideal fusion of buttery sweetness and canine charm.
Discover how to make these tasty goodies that will satisfy your taste buds. Treat yourself to a delicious snack fit for royalty by making these recipe for Corgi Biscuits today.
Makes 10-12 biscuits
- 125g (4oz) butter or margarine
- 55g (2oz) caster sugar
- 180g (6oz) plain flour – sieved
- 200g Milk Chocolate Simply Melt
- Black Ready to Roll Icing
- Red piping icing
- Gold dragées
Corgi Biscuits Recipe Steps:
How To Make:
- Firstly, Heat the oven to 190°C/375°F/gas mark 5.
- Secondly, Cream together the butter and caster sugar until smooth then gradually stir in the flour to form a smooth paste. Wrap the shortbread in cling film and leave to rest in the fridge for 30 minutes.
- Thirdly, Roll out the shortbread to 1cm thickness on a work surface lightly dusted with flour. Using a Corgi shaped cutter (or cut around a crown shaped template) cut out the shortbread crowns and place on a baking tray.
- Fourthly, Bake for 15 to 20 minutes until pale-golden brown. Remove from the oven and leave to cool on a cooling rack for 30 minutes.
- Fifth, Melt the Milk Chocolate Simply Melt as per instructions on pack and pour into a shallow bowl. Dip the shortbread corgi biscuit’s feet and nose into the chocolate and leave to set on greaseproof paper.
- Sixth, Pipe a red line of red piping icing onto each biscuit to create a collar and decorate with gold dragees. Roll two small balls of black ready to roll icing for an eye and a nose and position onto each biscuit.
Last but not least serve at your Diamond Jubilee party or any other Royal celebration. Not enough? Why not make up a few batches at once if you have people coming over. So what do you think about these Corgi Biscuits for the Jubliee Celebrations?
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