Cinnamon Biscuits

Cinnamon.. Biscuits.. You can never go wrong with that combination.

First time I stepped into a kitchen to start baking, it was about this time of the year, with the bit of cold and the need to feel warm and snuggle-y. I started browsing for all these delicious things you can do with cinnamon and what better than biscuits with a cup of tea to satisfy your cravings?

My sister was going camping and took half of the batch with her, leaving me with nothing but the crumbles left on the baking sheet. But hey bright side is everyone loved them! 

This started a tradition. Each year before she goes to camp I make them for her. And this year is no different. After a long day of back to back classes, I got home and saw how excited she was about it, so I couldn’t possibly say no even though i was dead tired! 



ImageCinnamon Biscuits
Makes about 18 biscuits

150 grs Self raising flour ( or 150 grs plain flour with 1 tsp baking powder)
150 grs Plain flour
2 tbsp ground cinnamon
125 grs butter
60 grs sugar
1 egg beaten
pinch of salt

Preheat oven to 160 degrees Celsius and prepare baking sheet with parchment paper.

1- Sift flour, baking powder, cinnamon and salt in a large bowl.
2- Cream butter and sugar till soft, add egg and mix well.
3- Stir butter mixture into dry ingredients and mix till they start shaping a dough.
4- Move the dough to floured surface and kneed. 
    p.s. If the dough turns a bit flaky, out a bit of water on the surface and kneed the dough on it. 
5- Roll to 5 mm thickness, and cut shapes as desired.
6- Place on prepared baking sheet and bake till golden color, which takes about 10-15 mins.

Dust a bit of powdered sugar on top for serving, and enjoy with a cup of tea! 




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