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Biscuit mix in a jar

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Montifer Fri 16-Oct-09 20:32:11

Does anyone have a good biscuit recipe which would work in the layered dry ingredients in a jar stylee please? (and what would be the "just add" instructions on the jar)

ConstantlyWritingThankYouCards Fri 16-Oct-09 20:53:16

This is pretty good but for muffins. Guess you could just grab a biscuit recipe and add the milk/butter etc after.

http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/2920/christmas-muffin-mix

Drooper Fri 16-Oct-09 20:54:36

I am giving these for christmas- outed myself if you get one of them grin

www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/2920/christmas-muffin-mix

not biscuits though.

Drooper Fri 16-Oct-09 20:55:20

cross posted, great minds!

LissyGlitter Fri 16-Oct-09 21:07:45

Ooh, good idea! I will be time rich and money poor this year, so will be making my presents!

Montifer Fri 16-Oct-09 22:20:12

Thanks, they look delicious.

Am still hankering after a spicy / gingery biscuit recipe too.
Vaguely recall seeing one where you just added veg oil to the dry ingredients before baking.

Can any baking experts help please?

shinybaubles Sat 17-Oct-09 08:30:35

Have a look on here lots of cookie mixes in jars.

TitsalinaBumsquash Sat 17-Oct-09 08:36:55

Does anyone know how soon i can make these for Xmas pressies? Im trying o get organized as early as poss this year! Will they keep if i made them in the next couple of weeks?

missmama Sat 17-Oct-09 09:29:05

This is a wonderful site for all sorts of things!

missmama Sat 17-Oct-09 09:31:11

Sorry posted too soon.
It has the labels ready to print, and the rest of the site has all sorts of interesting things too.

Drooper Sat 17-Oct-09 12:08:31

missmama
thankyou! That site is absolutely brilliant. Off to Lakeland for more jars!

Bumperlicioso Sat 17-Oct-09 12:54:33

These are a great idea but does anyone have any recipes that aren't in cups?

missmama Sat 17-Oct-09 12:57:08

I bought my set of cups in the poundshop.
You could buy a bagfull of them and make it part of the gift?

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