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you visit. They aren't edible treats, which you should probably refrain
from if you care about your waistline. If you have come here hoping for
a recipe, please see below for my favourite...
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And now for something a whole lot tastier...
100 grams fat (butter
or baking margarine)
200 grams sugar (white or brown)
300 grams plain flour
(Now you see why they are called 1-2-3
cookies - you can increase the recipe as much as you like, and measure
it in grams or ounces, so long as you keep to the proportions of 1 part
fat to two parts sugar and three parts flour)
Options: You can substitute cocoa
powder for some of the flour, or add chocolate chips, raisins etc. You
can flavour with cinnamon or ginger or lemon/orange rind etc. You can
add an egg yolk or a splash of milk. You can ice the biscuits after
they are cooked and add hundreds and thousands etc.You can use
self-raising flour for a softer texture. They will taste good whatever
you do. If you make them with children you will probably find
that a lot of the dough never makes it to the oven...