Hill Orange Creams Biscuits 150 g (Pack of 36)
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Our lemon biscuits always prove very popular and I think these orange biscuits should be just as well-liked. They’re certainly just as easy to make and with only a few store cupboard ingredients can be ready in no time. How can kids help to make orange biscuits? Jump to Recipe Orange biscuits These orange biscuits are a simple butter biscuit with a zing of orange flavour. They’re a great, easy bake to make with kids. Pour in the milk and vanilla and bring together into a dough. Remove the bowl from the mixer and knead the dough gently in the bowl with your hands. Flatten the dough into a disc but take care not to overwork it. Cover the dough with clingfilm and put it in the fridge to chill for one hour.
Follow Steps One to Three above: To shape the Custard Creams break off walnut-sized pieces from the dough and roll each piece into a ball. Use only a few drops, as the essence is highly concentrated. Only a few drops are enough to give that fantastic flavour and aroma of orange. Step One: Fit an electric mixer with the paddle attachment and sift the flour, baking powder, custard powder and icing sugar into the bowl. Mix to combine then add in the cubed butter and mix until the ingredients look like fine sand.
Fit an electric mixer with the paddle attachment and sift the flour, baking powder, custard powder and icing sugar into the bowl. Mix to combine then add in the cubed butter and mix until the ingredients look like fine sand.
Follow the steps below to learn how to cut and shape the Custard Cream dough, use the step by step photos and video in the recipe card to help you.Step Two: Using a palette knife or butter knife spread over a layer of buttercream onto half the biscuits. Next, pair up the biscuits with another half that is roughly the same size and shape (as they will vary slightly). Sandwich the two halves together gently. Top Tips