My absolute favourite biscuits of all time

or, as Americans say, cookies.

This recipe has been handed down from generation to generation in my family. I like them when they are thin and very slightly burned, but they are also nice when they are a bit thicker. Dipped into coffee, or eaten on their own —– YUM!!!



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  1. The cookies, *ahem* biscuits, sound absolutely delish! I agree that the thin and oh-so-slightly-burned ones taste better – that “je ne sais quoi” quality about them.

    They are very similar to the Sugar Cookies here in the States ——> https://duckduckgo.com/?q=sugar+cookie+recipe&pn=1&ia=web&iai=r1-0&page=1&adx=shv1b&sexp=%7B%22prodexp%22%3A%22b%22%2C%22prdsdexp%22%3A%22c%22%2C%22biaexp%22%3A%22b%22%2C%22msvrtexp%22%3A%22b%22%2C%22shv1%22%3A%22b%22%2C%22shvflt%22%3A%22a%22%7D

    Thanks for sharing your family recipe so that your fans can make them if they so choose.

    Last word – “X marks the spot” haha.

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