Honey biscuits are my all time favourite biscuit to make. They’re not hard and crunchy, they’re soft and chewy, and they taste absolutely delicious!
I’ve been making these for years and I’ll never grow tired of them.
They’re tasty, and contain honey and cinnamon, which I think makes them the perfect recipe to try this Autumn.
180g self raising flour
1 table spoon of honey (golden syrup can be used as an alternative)
1 egg yolk
This is a very basic recipe, similar to others so I’m going to keep it brief and if your unsure of anything feel free to ask 🙂
Start by creaming together your butter and sugar until soft and fluffy.
Add the egg yolk, sieve the flour and add the cinnamon and honey.
Mix together until it starts to form a dough then time to get messy and get your hands in. Use your hands to bring the rest of the dough together.
Take about a teaspoon size of dough (Or more if you want them bigger) roll between your hands and place on a floured baking tray. Press down so the ball is flat and the biscuit is just under a centimetre thick.
Repeat until you’ve used up all your dough. Remember to leave space between your biscuits as they will expand while they cook.
Bake in an oven for 10-12 minutes at 200°C, when finished they should look golden brown.
Leave to cool and enjoy!
I hope you enjoy the recipe, let me know if you give it a try.
Bye for now