Homemade Biscuits


This biscuits recipe is a creation of mine and they really turned out well: Everyone at home loved them! And the best of it: It’s so easy to make them, I’ll show you how.

What you’ll need:
2 cups of flour
1 cup of sugar
1 teaspoon of baking powder
100 g of butter without salt (melted)
2 lemons

So, that’s it, that’s all you need for these delicious biscuits. Let’s start the recipe then.

Put all the ingredients together in a bowl and mix well.

After you finished mixing all the ingredients, you have to mix the dough by hand to get all the pieces together. 3

The dough has to be like it shows in this below picture, that’s when you know that this is ready to be extended with the rolling pin.

When your dough  is like in the picture, leave it to rest for a bit until you prepare the next step, which is to put some flour on the counter top so you can extend the ball.

With the rolling pin, extend the ball until you get more or less 1.1811inchs (3cm), so then you are prepared to cut it out.

Since I don’t have special cutting shapes for the dough, I got creative and used a wine glass instead. It worked very well, but you can cut it with whatever you want. 🙂

So, start cutting it and put all the pieces in one pirex already covered with butter and flour to avoid the cookies from sticking in the plate. 

Now, put them in the oven (preheated at 400ºf) for more or less 30 min.
When you see them turning brown on the top, that’s when you know that they are ready to get out of the oven.
Take them out and let them cool down (if you can wait that long!). Enjoy them with some coffee or tea. 🙂

Enjoy your biscuits and have a great week! 🙂



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