Best Egg-Free Biscuit Recipes For Kids To Make At Home
If you've been stuck at home isolating for a while, you may have found that certain things have become much harder to get a hold of, such as eggs. Baking is a great way to keep your kids occupied during lockdown, and so we've rounded up our best egg-free biscuit recipes - all of which require no niche ingredients, are low in sugar and, most importantly, are absolutely delicious. So, grab your kids and let's get baking - just don't forget to wash your hands for 20 seconds first!
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Easy-Peasy Star Biscuits With just a few basic ingredients that you most-likely already have in your kitchen cupboard, you and your little ones can easily whip up these super easy star shaped biscuits. You'll Need: 125g all-purpose flour, 55g butter, 2 tablespoons granulated sugar, 1/2 teaspoon baking powder, 2 tablespoons milk, and 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract. Optional: icing sugar and food colouring to decorate. Method: 1. Preheat the oven to 190°C/170°C fan, and line 2 baking trays with greaseproof baking paper. 2. Place all of your measured ingredients into a large bowl and mix together with your hands until a smooth dough is formed. If you're finding that your dough isn't sticking together too well, add in a little milk or water and mix again. 3. Flatten out the dough and wrap it up in clingfilm, placing it in the fridge for around 20 minutes. 4. Sprinkle 2 pieces of baking paper with flour, and place the dough from the fridge between them, using a rolling pin to roll it out to around 6mm thick. 5. Begin cutting out your stars using either a cookie-cutter (if you have one!) or a knife. 6. Place your cut-out stars on to the pre-prepared baking trays, and bake them in the oven for between 7-9 minutes, until the edges are turning a light brown. 7. Remove the biscuits from the oven and leave them to cool down on a wire cooling rack. 8. Once the biscuits have completely cooled down, you can either dig straight in - or decorate them by mixing icing sugar with a couple of drops of water, and your choice of food colouring. (Optional: for some extra fun, why not add some sprinkles or edible glitter to take your biscuits to the next level?) Credit: Yummy Toddler Food
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