Biscuits, Pastry and Slices

By rights, this should be my biggest section, because I make biscuits all the time and for everyone.  The trouble is, of course, I tend to make the same ones again and again, because they are comforting and friendly and there is nobody who hates my choc-chip and oatmeal cookies.  Worse still – and highly unusually, I might add – when I make biscuits, I also tend to follow recipes for them (mostly), which means I can’t post the recipes here without being a Bad Copyright Catherine.  And nobody wants that.

Clearly, my next mission must be to invent more biscuit recipes and bake a lot of biscuits.  How my colleagues and friends will suffer…


Almond Butter Christmas Cookies (V, VV, D, E, G, F, GI)
Anzac Biscuits (FAILSAFE and vegan) (V, VV, D, E, G, N, F)
Apricot and Peach Schnapps Shortbread (V, E, N)
Asparagus and Carrot Pastries (V, VV, D, E, N)


Baklava (V, VV, D, E)
Banana Chocolate Oat Cookies (V, VV, D, E, F, N)


Choc-chip and Oatmeal Cookies (V, FN)
Chocolate, Coconut and Cherry Slice
(V, VV, D, E, N)
Chocolate Crackles for Grown-Ups (V, VV, D, E, G, F)
Chocolate Tahini Shortbread (V, VV, D, E, G, F, N)
Croquembouche (V, F, D)


Eggplant Tarts (V, N, F )


Florentines (Vegan) (V, VV, D, E)
Fruit Mince Filo Cigars (V, VV, D, E, N)


Gingernuts with Chinese Five-Spice (V, VV, D, E, G, N, F )


Kunafa Bi Jibin (V, E)


Lemon Curd Tarts (DIY-style) (V, N)
Linzer Torte
(V, E)


Macarons with fruit powders (V, D, G)
Meringue Easter Bunnies (V, D, G, F, N)
Mexican Caramel Tarts (V, N)
Moroccan Snake Cake
(V, VV, D, E)


Not-tella Quinoa Slice (V, VV, D, E, G, GI)


Oaty Cookies with Raisins and Apricots (V, D, N)
Oaty Cranberry Choc-Chip Biscuits (V, VV, D, EN)
Old English Matrimonials  (V, VV, D, EN)
Orange and Cardamom Wafers (V, E, N, G, F)


Pistachio and Cardamom Kourabiedes (V, VV, D, E)


Ras el Hanout Shortbread (V, E, N, F)


Tropical Chocolate Crackles with Mango (V, VV, D, E, G)


Vegan Dream Cookies (V, VV, D, E, G, N)

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