From shortbread fingers to yummy florentines ...we've plenty of chocolate biscuit recipes that won't last long in your cookie jar!
Homemade Florentines are easy to do. Make these traditional treats at home - they're absolutely gorgeous!
Chocolate coated chewy biscuit and raisin treats. They are so easy to make but delicious. Good to make with children.
Chocolate coated chewy and crunchy peanut balls. This snack is ideal to make with children.
These flapjacks are a favourite in my household - filling, delicious and they couldn't be easier to make. Vary the recipe by adding cinnamon, ground ginger or different dried fruits.
These American-style cookies are simply irresistible eaten while still warm and the chocolate chunks are still soft and melting. Macadamia nuts, with their buttery flavour, add a crunchy texture, but can be omitted if you prefer. Like the chocolate, the nuts should be kept in fairly large pieces.
I love this recipe... I have modified it quite a lot so that it bears no resemblance to the original recipe. My mum thinks it needs more sugar, but I like the cocoa taste. Goes well with hot chocolate.... Mmmmm :D
The best chocolate biscuits you will ever try!
These extra chocolaty biscuits will cast a chocolate spell on you. Once you have eaten them, you will want nothing else. If you can't find Dutch process cocoa at your shop, just add a pinch of bicarb to the dry ingredients. They are great with icing too!
These macaroons call for chocolate chips and coconut.
My girlfriends at work just loved them and wanted the recipe for them. I had to make 10 copies!
This taste likes the ones from the shop, however the coffee flavour does come through in the filling so you can maybe take that out. Enjoy!
These easy peasy Florentines make a great gift, particularly at Xmas or on any other occasion. Makes 25 which will keep for 4-5 days in airtight container - indulge and enjoy!
Yummy chocolate biscuits that are easy to make so kids can help. My family absolutely love these at Christmastime.
Deliciously rich, soft and chewy cookies made with white chocolate and macadamia nuts. You can add white chocolate chips if you prefer. Serve these indulgent treats with tea, coffee or on their own.
The star of this recipe is the white chocolate. When the cookies are baked, the white chocolate oozes into the cookie, creating a wonderfully rich treat. The crunch of the macadamia nuts makes these cookies absolutely perfect.
Yummy chocolate chip cookies :)
This is a gorgeous chocolate biscuit recipe, with an extra chocolaty touch - the finished biscuits are dipped in plain chocolate just halfway to make a spectacularly professional-looking biscuit!
These chocolate biscuits are moreish and addictive. This makes a huge batch, so it is great for cake sales, school fetes or for filling the biscuit tin at work. You can use half milk chocolate, half white chocolate, if desired. You can freeze the biscuits after baking; simply defrost at room temperature.
These chocolate biscuits are chewy, malty and slightly toffee-ish. M&M's are dotted throughout these delicious biscuits. They are a hit with children and adults alike. Enjoy with a cuppa.
These are the perfect Christmas biscuits. They're flavoured with chocolate, walnuts, cloves, allspice and almond extract, baked and then dipped in chocolate.