Easy and divine peanut-butter biscuits for lunchboxes and teatime

October 29, 2012

So the headline for this post is a bit misleading. I state “for lunchboxes and teatime” but I should have actually written “anytime”. These Sasko biscuits are for anytime – they’re extremely more’ish and small enough to not ruin your appetite (this has never happened in my lifetime). As with most recipes I strategically choose to try out, this one is very easy, and calls for few ingredients. Enjoy!

My notes:

– My oven was a little slower, and I baked the biscuits for around 20 minutes

– I used two baking trays, and baked each tray individually (I am a little nervous of uneven baking on different tiers in my oven)

– The recipe suggests sandwiching the biscuits together with peanut butter, and I did that to half the batch, but with Nutella. Chocolate and peanut butter? You can seldom go wrong.

 

For more recipes, go to Sasko’s website. If you missed what’s now becoming the famous red velvet cupcake recipe, click here

Note: This post was brought to you by Sasko. All words are my own. Where indicated, recipes are provided by Sasko

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4 Comments

  • Roslyn

    MMM, just pinned this recipe on Pinterest it sounds delicious. Thank you

    October 29, 2012 at 6:48 am Reply
  • Cheryl Meyer

    I find peanut butter biscuit dough freezes very well. My tip, make extra, roll dough into sausages, wrap in wax paper and freeze – when you next need your fix cut slices of the dough and bake 😉

    October 29, 2012 at 8:51 am Reply
    • Tanya

      Oooh, great idea! I suspect though that my dough wouldn’t make it to the freezer. 🙂

      October 29, 2012 at 8:54 am Reply
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