Today is World Baking Day and I couldn’t let it pass without making something special for my family. I had planned to make some tea bag biscuits for the family. I did make them but they didn’t look good enough to share with my family so I used the extra dough to make some Miffy biscuits. My children love biscuits, but biscuits in the shape of their favourite characters are incredibly popular and make them super happy.
Recipe for Miffy butter biscuits
500g plain flour
180g caster sugar
2 large eggs
How to make Miffy butter biscuits
This is a really simple but tasty biscuit recipe. I made the biscuit dough, wrapped it in clingfilm and left it in the fridge for an hour. Then I cut out lots and lots of Miffy, Boris Bear and flower shaped biscuits.
I left them to dry on a baking sheet before serving them up for the family to try. Needless to say they included everything my children love – Miffy, chocolate and rainbow sprinkles – so these went down really well. I think they look cute and I even enjoyed a couple myself 🙂
Don’t forget you can join in by baking your own happy cake or biscuits for someone special on World Baking Day today. You can share your bake with the hashtag #worldbakingday. So, who will you bake for?