Easter Biscuits – Iced Lamb, Chick and Bunny Biscuits

Easter Biscuits

Happy Easter all, I hope you have a lovely weekend. I recently made some of these Easter biscuits decorated with royal icing as our Easter gifts for the Rainbow unit I help at and they really loved them so I hope you enjoy!

This video is a little different to my regular videos and I am definitely not a professional baker but I really hope you like the video and if you do then please give it a thumbs up and if you are new subscribe!

Easter Biscuits

For creating the Easter biscuit designs you have to wait a few hours in between each layer of colour. The icing takes quite a while to dry, 8 hours in total so I usually ice them the night before so they are fully set in the morning. For Decorating these biscuits you will need –

Wilton Comfort Grip Bunny Cookie Cutter
Easter Character Shaped Cookie Cutters
Royal Icing
Piping bags
Icing Nozzle
Rainbow Dust Professional Cake Decorators Food Pen

In the video I didn’t really go into how I made the biscuits, more into the decorating, but I used a really old recipe that I have used since I was little from a Ladybird book. It makes really soft ginger biscuits and is really easy to follow.

Easter Biscuits

Recipe –

Ingredients –

100g Plain Flour
1/2 Level Teaspoon of Bicarbonate of Soda
25g Brown Sugar
50g Margarine
75g Golden Syrup
1 Level Teaspoon Ground Ginger

Equipment –

Baking Sheet
Mixing bowl
Rolling Pin
Wooden Spoon
Tablespoon
Seive
Teaspoon

Method –

  1. Put oven on Gas Mark 5/190°C
  2. Cream Margarine and sugar together and mix in the golden syrup and ginger.
  3. Sift in the flour and bicarbonate of soda and mix together
  4. Roll out on a floured surface and cut out your designs.

Easter Biscuits

Let me know any Easter biscuits or bakes you’ve done this holiday!

Mary Oliver

Mary 24 CRAFTY CREATIVE CLUMSY UK beauty, fashion, lifestyle blogger and vlogger I started this blog in summer 2013 to create my own little space to write relatable content on my personal style for the everyday girl. Yorkshire based lover of tea, floral prints and skater dresses.