One for the toddlers really, but this super simple biccies ticks the sugar-free box, so healthy and yummy enough for adults too with a nice cuppa on the side…
I can’t actually find the original recipe online (I was googling sugar free biscuits for toddlers, I think) but was keen to find something easy Gus would enjoy with his set of cutters – dog, house, stars, etc. And up in in Skye, my mother-in-law has a wonderful collection so we were in biscuit-making heaven. And we used a lovely local honey, Mil’sa Gharradh (Garden Honey) from Camuscross. I’m pretty rough and ready with how I make this, mixing all the ingredients together in no particular order and add extra flour or some milk to the final dough to get it just right.
4 tablespoons honey
2 beaten egg yolks
1. Melt the butter & honey in a pan
2. Mix in with the flour and eggs in a bowl
3. Cut out shapes and add flour if too sticky (I find the mixture is almost too
crumbly to roll properly so I just flatten with my hands, hence the rough surfaces!)
4. Bake at 180 degrees Celcius for 15 minutes.