These are delicious, simple biscuits which are perfect to make with the children.

  • 180g plain flour or gluten-free
  • 110g dairy-free spread, soft
  • 60g caster sugar
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C and line two baking sheets with parchment paper
  2. Put the flour and spread into a bowl and rub together to form breadcrumbs
  3. Add the sugar and bring together to form a ball of dough
  4. Dust the surface with a little flour and roll out the dough to about ½cm. If the dough is a bit sticky to roll out, wrap it in clingfilm and leave in the fridge for 15 mins or longer
  5. Cut out the required shapes. Gather up the scraps, roll again and cut out the shapes until all the dough has been used
  6. Put these on the baking trays – leave a bit of room between the biscuits because they will spread a little in cooking
  7. Put in the oven and check on them after 10 mins. They may be done or may need a few minutes longer until the biscuits are a light golden
  8. Leave to cool and enjoy!

**Always check the ingredients of any food you’re cooking with to make sure it doesn’t contain something you or your child should avoid.

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