The aim of the game is to make enough sweet biscuits/cookies to last a whole week of school lunches and snacks.
I’ve got a few recipes up my sleeve now, and last week it was Honey and Spice Cookies that won the household vote.
Honey and Spice Cookies
This recipes makes a LOT of cookies. You will need a big bowl to mix them in and it will take a while to cook enough batches of cookies to get through the whole mix. You could definitely half the mixture if you wanted to, but they keep well in a sealed container for up to a week.
If you like your cookies slightly crunchy then cook these for a little longer. If you like soft and chewy go for a shorter cooking time. Either way they are delicious!
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I’m out of biscuits. This looks like a nice easy recipe to fill up the biscuit jar. Thanks. If I can return the favour, here’s our current family favourite. Although for full disclosure, if you don’t double the recipe, I think it would take a lot of self control for them to last the whole week, them being particularly delicious and all.
This looks nice. So half of 1.5 cups is 3/4 cup right? so whats that in grams……
Oh, these do look nice…shall try them for next weekends lunchbox bake! I made Anzac slice for lunchboxes this week and posted the recipe today although the twins weren’t keen on them. Perhaps i shall have better luck with these biscuits…thanks for sharing the recipe!
Made these today with our fresh ground wheat flour and sucanat (sugar cane natural) instead of the sugar. They were, in my four year old son’s words, “majorly delicious” and my husband ate 5 after dinner!
Sound yum! Similar to honey biscuits that are our latest favourites but with more spices. Just wish I knew what 1.5 cups of butter was in grams!