Queen’s chef shares easy Easter biscuits recipe fit for Prince George and Charlotte
During the long Easter weekend, many Britons will tuck into hot cross buns and biscuits and it seems the Royal Family are no different. A royal chef has shared a biscuit recipe that is sure to be a hit with family members including the Queen, Prince George, six, and Princess Charlotte, four.
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The recipe was shared today so that budding chefs can show off their skills at home.
The post on ‘RoyalFamily’ Twitter said: “The Royal pastry chefs are excited to share their ‘Spiced Easter Biscuits’ recipe with you to enjoy over the Easter weekend.
“Chefs hats at the ready, let us see your creations tag us at #royalbakes”
The entire recipe has been shared on royal.uk for fans to try for themselves.
Royal Spiced Easter Biscuits
350g plain flour
5g bicarbonate of soda
10g ground ginger
125g unsalted butter
175g light soft brown sugar
60g golden syrup
Two egg whites
600g icing sugar
Food colouring of your choice
Preheat the oven to 170 C or 340 F.
To make the biscuit base, mix the flour, bicarbonate of soda and spices in a bowl.
The butter should then be diced and added to the bowl until a crumb texture is formed.
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Add sugar and combine the mixture before adding the egg and golden syrup.
The ingredients can be mixed until a dough is formed and this should then be rolled to a thickness of 5mm.
Use biscuit cutters of a paper pattern to cut into the desired shape, the chef explained.
Place the biscuits on a non-stick mat or parchment paper and bake for 12 to 15 minutes, until they maintain their shape when touched and are golden colour.
While the biscuits are cooling, the icing can be made.
To make the icing, add one egg to 600 grams of icing sugar and beat the mixture until smooth.
The icing can then be thinned by adding an extra egg white and used to decorate the cooled biscuits.
The simple recipe is sure to be enjoyed by the Royal Family and can be made easily at home.
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