Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Choc chip biscuits and tea in the garden

I use this biscuit recipe for all my biscuit making and I just add different ingredients to it for a change each time I make them. Today I added cocoa powder and choc chips

150grms plain flour (I sometimes use wholemeal if I have it )
75grms castor sugar
120grms soft margarine 
1/2tspn vanilla extract.

Sieve flour and sugar together and then rub in margarine to resemble breadcrumbs.
Add whatever you like at this stage and a 1/2 tspn vanilla
push mixture together to combine. Roll into sausage shapes

Cut into pieces and place on baking paper lined trays

Press down with a fork and bake in a fan forced 190c until golden
about 1/2  hour in my oven,but you will know your oven best so this may vary.

I double this recipe to get this many.
They keep really well in an air tight tin
They are ideal to have with a nice morning cuppa

Please join me,the weather is perfect today

I will join you at the linky parties 
The links are on my side bar
Enjoy and I hope you have a lovely blessed Easter break
xx Jeanetteann


Winnie said...

Lovely spot for tea! Thank you for sharing your recipe! They look yummy!

Nancy said...

What an inviting, lovely tea. It would be so nice to be outdoors in that welcoming spot.

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

I can hardly wait to have tea outside again and your cookies look delicious, easy to make.

The Charm of Home said...

Those look delicious!

A Pocketful of Blue said...

Oh I would love to join you ~ your biscuits look yummy!

Deborah@Green Willow Pond said...

They look so yummy! I'd take tea with you any day :) Thank you for sharing it at to What We Accomplished Wednesdays. Have a great week!
Blessings, Deborah

Jann Olson said...

Look so yummy Jeanette Ann. How nice to have a sweet treat and enjoy tea in beautiful sunshine! Thanks for sharing with SYC.