Blogmas Day 4 – Christmas Shortbread🍪

Another tasty, easy and quick treat idea perfect for gifts or a simple but effective party food, why not try this!?


  •             125g Caster Sugar
  •             240g of Plain Flour
  •             250g of Unsalted Butter
  •             Biscuits Cutters
  •             Rolling Pin
  •             Grease proof Paper
  •             Baking Trays

To decorate you can use anything, we used icing sugar and ground cinnamon to create a Christmas twist to our biscuits.


Step-by-Step Guide:

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 150OC
  2. Using grease proof paper, line 2 baking trays
  3. Beat the butter with a spatula until smooth and soft
  4. Add in the sugar and flour and mix together until a soft dough mixture
  5. Knead the dough mixture until sticking together
  6. Leave to chill in the fridge for 20 minutes
  7. Add some flour to a clean worktop and place the dough on top
  8. Using a rolling pin, roll the dough mixture until 1cm thick
  9. Using your shape cutters place in the dough and move to the baking trays
  10. Place in the oven for 20 minutes or until a light golden colour
  11. Then leave to cool for 5 minutes and then your shortbread biscuits are ready


We used gingerbread men and Christmas tree biscuits cutter shapes which were a little small so when our biscuits grew in the oven they lost their shape a little. They did taste delicious and the right mix of ingredients. We decorated ours using icing sugar and a little mix of ground cinnamon which gave the biscuits a nice kick and flavour.


This is an easy and cheap recipe to pass sometime or make a lovely tasty treat for family or work.

Thank you for reading and we would love to see your creations.

The World Is Your Oyster🌍

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