These savoury biscuits are crisp, delicate, buttery and oh-so-cheesy! They are perfect for snacking on, especially as party nibbles.
Using readymade all-butter frozen puff pastry allows you to make these delicate French pasties in a flash! Delicious served with stewed fruit and ice cream.
These thin French biscuits are very pliable but you'll need to drape them over a rolling pin or jar while they are still warm to get the curved shape. It's easier than it sounds and they look so impressive.
A delicious treat or great for a bake sale. Be warned, these go quickly! You can find madeleine moulds in any specialty cookware shop.
In France, April 1 is a day for pranks, like tacking a paper fish to a friend's back and shouting "poisson d'Avril!", but you can make these shortbread cookies into any shape for any occasion.
Have a little craving for biscuits? These are my husband's favourites. I add cinnamon and honey, and they keep very well in an airtight tin.
These madeleines are indescribably delicious, aromatic and were devoured in less than an hour! You can flavour them with cinnamon, vanilla, lemon, honey - my children cut them in two and spread them with Nutella®!
Halloween has its origin in Celtic festivals, notably in Brittany. These shortbread biscuits are easily cut into any shape, and as for the decoration, it's up to you!
Macarons are a very picky sort of biscuit. The process itself isn't too difficult, though you need to get just the right amount of everything for these to succeed. I would suggest making in very small batches if you have not tried these before (perhaps a third of the recipe). They are a true test of the ultimate baker. However, once you have mastered it, the end result is worth it and you will be making macarons with ease!
My sister loves meringues and she has tried many recipes but something always went wrong for her! I eventually gave her mine and she claims it's fool proof. So here it is!