These are super simple, take 10 minutes tops to make and then about 10 minutes to cook – we’ve done them in all shapes and sizes but the girls are currently nuts for the Octonauts so we had to make fish biscuits
Only problem is that I seem to have been designated as ‘Tunip’…
Cheesy fish biscuits
100g assorted grated cheese (we have a box of ends of cheese and bits that have been grated that builds up in the fridge which is perfect for this)
50g plain flour
1tbsp baking powder
25g softened butter
Bung everything in a bowl and rub together – it will gradually form a dough, you need to get your hands in amongst – the warmth of your hands will help it all bind together
Pop the dough onto a floured surface and roll out to about 1/2 a centimetre thick – cut out shapes using cutters and transfer the biscuits to a baking tray covered in bake-o-glide or well greased.
Keep rolling and cutting and re-rolling and cutting until you’ve no dough left. As you can see, small people are perfectly sized for the cutting and lifting part of the process.
Pop in the oven at 200 degrees C for about 10 minutes or until golden brown. Transfer to a wire rack to cool.
Sound the Octoalert! Fish biscuits all round!
I am trying to come up for a name for my recipes that don’t fall under the dairy free banner – have you got any great ideas?
Currently the best I can do is Muddling Makes…