Biscuits and Cookies

Sweet biscuits are commonly eaten as a snack food, and are, in general, made with wheat flour or oats, and sweetened with sugar or honey. Varieties may contain chocolate, fruit, jam, nuts, ginger or even be used to sandwich other fillings. Savoury biscuits or crackers (such as cream crackers, water biscuits, oatcakes, or crisp breads) are usually plainer and commonly eaten with cheese following a meal. Other savoury biscuits include the Jewish biscuits known as matzos. Many savoury biscuits also contain additional ingredients for flavour or texture, such as poppy seeds, onion or onion seeds, cheese (such as cheese melts), and olives.


Almond Butter Cookies

These cookies are so easy and only take a few ingredients!

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Almond Cakes – Macau style

Almond cake is a type of Chinese pastry. In Macau, the snack has been one of the most popular specialty products. The biscuit is one of the most standard pastries in Canton, and can also be found in some Chinatown bakery shops overseas.

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Apricot Fudge Slice

Taking only a few minutes to prepare, this tangy, fudgey slice is sure to please even the most discerning sweet tooth.

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Baking a difference with Red Cross

It’s that time of year again, when local families and communities around Australia get creative in the kitchen to help Red Cross bake the world a better place.

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Brutti Boni – Italian Almond Cookies

These cookies have a wonderfully crisp exterior with an interior that is soft and chewy. This is yet another traditional cookie recipe that can be found in many versions across Italy, and although these cookies are delicious, they are not suitable for making too far in advance, or for freezing.

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ChocNut Blonde Brownies

These moist blonde brownies are full of nuts and chocolate chips and bursting with flavour.

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Choco-Cherry Shortbread

Making shortbread requires nothing more than butter, flour, and sugar and the time to make them. However, this version of the classic shortbread recipe is spruced up with the addition of maraschino cherries, dipped in melted white chocolate, and finally dressed with non-pareils.

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Choco-Weetbix Slice

Cereal doesn’t have to be confined to the breakfast of champions, and these Weetbix slices prove the point. Add some cocoa and you have a great chocolate fibre treat.

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Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake Slice

A delightful cheesecake for the kids who will love the bits of chocolate, cherry, and coconut mixed through.

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Chocolate Chip Blonde Brownies – Blondies

Blondies ingredients include flour, brown sugar, butter, eggs, baking powder, and vanilla, and may contain walnuts or pecans. Chip blondies may contain white or dark chocolate chips, butterscotch chips, or other flavoured chips.

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Chocolate Crackles

A popular children’s treat in Australia and New Zealand, especially for birthday parties and at school fêtes.

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Chocolate Shortbread

The melt in your mouth feeling of shortbread with a burst of chocolate flavour – these go well with a lovely warm drink, or simply devour them on their own This is a very straight forward recipe, and ready in just 35 minutes.

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Coconut Macaroon Chews

These pleasant macaroon mouthfuls are a light yet chewy afternoon delight suitable for vegetarians, vegans, and gluten-free or dairy-free diets.

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Coconut Rough Slice

Take chocolate to the tropics and mix it up with coconut and you’ll come up with something like our quick and easy coconut rough slices. These taste very similar to the coconut roughs you buy in the shops.

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Cornflakes and Cranberry Crisps

Take a popular breakfast cereal, add some chocolate and dried cranberries, and you have a makeover of Chocolate Crackles.

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