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Egg-free roll-out cookies - recipe needed

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SuperBunny Thu 09-Oct-08 04:42:02

Help!

I need a recipe that will definitely work (and will be edible)

Can anyone help?

tia

MadamDeathstare Thu 09-Oct-08 05:07:52

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SuperBunny Thu 09-Oct-08 05:15:04

Oh good idea - might try that tomorrow. I hadn't thought of shortbread for cut-out cookies.

Thanks smile

MadamDeathstare Thu 09-Oct-08 05:24:43

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SuperBunny Thu 09-Oct-08 14:14:40

Will report back, Madamedeathstare!

Does anyone else have a recipe? For ones that could be used for christmas cookies etc?

oopsacoconut Thu 09-Oct-08 14:30:14

What about gingerbread ones? I just posted one on another thread - we used them last year just baked them a little longer so they didn't go soggy when iced and packaged or hung on the tree.

oopsacoconut Thu 09-Oct-08 14:31:45

50g butter
50g caster sugar
100g golden syrup
1 heaped tsp ginger
200g self raising flour

heat oven to 180
melt butter, sugar and syrup together until sugar dissolves but do not allow to boil
mix in flour and ginger until smooth and manageable but fairly stiff
cool for 30 mins
roll out and cut out shapes
bakes for 10-12 mins

you can leave out the ginger or substitute with cinnamon/mixed spice etc

oopsacoconut Thu 09-Oct-08 14:35:19

try these.....

big cook littlr cook recipe

oopsacoconut Thu 09-Oct-08 14:36:19

forgot to say they are called fashion biscuits

SuperBunny Thu 09-Oct-08 14:57:38

Thanks - although DS loves ginger he has announced that he doesn't like ginger biscuits hmm

That looks like a good recipe

nannyL Thu 09-Oct-08 18:52:59

there is a really yummy egg free biscuit recipie in annabelle karmells baby and toder cook book

in the picture they are star shaped, with white icing and silver balls

i dont have the recipie as my book is at work, but if you can get hold of it then its well worth it.... my comment to the recipe (and i write a comment on every recipe i ever cook is "are these the best kids biscuits in the world?" smile

SuperBunny Thu 09-Oct-08 19:30:41

Thanks NannyL - this is probably it, or similar

nannyL Thu 09-Oct-08 19:51:49

looks similar

i think (might be wrong and no book here to check) that my recipie uses cornflour somewhere in it too

SuperBunny Fri 10-Oct-08 00:07:20

Right, I tried the Annabelle Karmel ones and they were delicious!

Will do shortbread next week.

Thanks for the help.

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