Father’s Day Biscuits (Royal Iced Sugar Cookies)

C'mon England!

C’mon ENG – ER – LAND!!!
It’s what every dad in the land is shouting right now – second half of England vs Ukraine.
So, inspired by sweetsugarbelle, this was my first attempt at Royal Iced Sugar Cookies – and why not?  What’s not to celebrate ‘royally’?! And to be honest, I was so awed by sweetsugarbelle’s cookies, we just HAD to have a go.  Not the Royal ‘We’.  More the sort of ‘we’ that comes in the form of three boys in the house.
(How come sweetsugarbelle makes it look so darn easy???!!!)
I definitely need to work on my outlining icing – it’s harder than it looks, as you’ll see when you look at the next photograph!
Can you see the three lions in there?

Right, the recipe.  It’s dead easy and delicious too.  They certainly went down a treat, especially with the dad that doesn’t even like cakes and biscuits!  And if you don’t try it for the taste, try it for the hilarity of trying to royal ice as neatly as sweetsugarbelle!!!  🙂

Father’s Day Biscuits (Royal Iced Sugar Cookies) Makes about 12 – 15
113 g butter
87 g icing sugar
1/2 egg
1 teaspoons baking powder
200 g plain (all-purpose) flour
pinch salt (if using unsalted butter)

*  Cream together butter and sugar.
*  Add eggs, mix well.
*  Sift flour and baking powder in a separate bowl, add salt.
*  Add to wet mixture little by little until well incorporated. (It will become deliciously smooth and soft)
*  Roll and cut cookies into shapes.
*  Bake cookies at 210 degrees C / 400 degrees F for 7 minutes until tops are appear dry. Do not brown.

If you go on to sweetsugarbelle’s website, she has amazing tutorials for making royal icing.  I won’t tell you how to do it here – I’m going to direct you over to her….

ROYAL ICING  

ENJOY!  I have a game to watch…..

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About Scrap Kittie

A sewing and baking addict, vegetarian animal-lover, teacher. And an avid music fan...all the wrong sorts of music. Hence the blog was nearly called 'Hot Cake' after The Fall's song.
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