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vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

These are easy to make and so nice and snappy to the bite. Its a Donna Hay recipe from “Modern Classics 2”

These are the perfect little cookies/biscuits for doing icing decoration on.

- In a food processor mix the butter, sugar and vanilla until smooth

- Add the flour, egg and egg yolk and process until the mixture forms a soft dough

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

- Take the dough out the processor and knead slightly bringing it together in ball and wrap it in cling film and place in the fridge for 30 minutes

- Roll the dough out on a lightly floured surface or between 2 sheets of baking paper until about ½ cm / 5mm thick

- Cut the dough into approximately 7cm rounds

- Place the dough rounds on a baking sheet that has been lined with baking paper or silicone baking sheets

- Bake for 10 – 12 minutes until golden brown

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Remove the biscuits carefully from the baking tray and allow them to cool on a wire cooling rack as they have a tendency to carry over cooking and could turn too brown once removed from the oven .

When cooled, dust them with some icing sugar or decorate as desired.

Pretty little rounds – perfect!

I made this and they were terrible

Very sticky when making which made it impossible to cut without breaking or stretching

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

When they came out the oven they fell apart

It wasn’t that I did It wrong as I stuck o the recipe to see how it went

Thank you for this recipe, it’s perfect for the biscuits I need for a bake sale at my daughter’s school. It will remain a firm favourite!

Thats great Rebecca – thanks for letting me know.

Amazing!! Love this recipe perfect !!??

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

#1 How much butter in oz. please and

Hi Chris – there is a conversion table on my site. caster suger is fine white granular sugar.

just perfect… i didn’t have icing sugar o i just sprinkled them with regular sugar and my kids loved them. they insisted i made some more and then they helped with the topping… dunked in chocolate sprinkles while they’re still squishy and hot. they’re crispy, crunchy and just delicious! I recommend this to anyone who is looking for a quick and easy recipe or a little bi of simple baking experience. perfect for kids’ parties, fetes, stalls or just snacking on at home. Donna Hay’s a genius!

I made these biscuits for my friend’s 18th… stacked them in piles of 8 or so, wrapped in cellophane and tied with a red ribbon. pop them in a nice gift bag and they’re perfect for all occasions! ????

???? ???? ???? ???? ???? just loved them ???? ???? ???? ???? ????

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

So lovely to hear Kirsten, thanks

HOW MANY COOKIES THE RECIPE GIVES?

Hi Sam, how can i make this into slightly more christmas biscuit…. xx

Hi, add some spices like cinnamon and clove. best sam

my thoughts as well on the cinnamon and clove. thank you xx

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

is the dough after refrigeration stable enough to roll in logs and then slice those?

Hi Gabriele, Im sorry I can’t remember. I made these a few years ago and have not made them again.

Perfect recipe – Thank you Sam!! Made them twice this week, the second batch with some Lindt shards thrown in for decadence – wonderful ????

Oh awesome LIsa – thanks for letting me know.

hello, planning to try this recipe soon, how much is 185gm of butter if converted to cup size?

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Hi, I have no idea as I have not tested this in cup measurements. Best to convert this to ounces. Just google it for a precise conversion. Weights are always more accurate than cups in baking. cheers Sam

I just made this recipe and it was awesome!!! so quick and easy to bring together. a comment above said it was too sticky and fell apart…when you remove from the fridge, i cut the ball in half, dusted with a bit of flour and gave it a tiny bit of kneading. then rolled it out and baked. they came out BEAUTIFUL!!! great texture, not overly sweet and perfect just as they are. my husband loves them and told me to mark this recipe as a favourite! thank you!! ????

Hi Melanie – that is so awesome to hear – thanks for sharing ????

Just wondering what flour is it plain or self raising

HI Carly it would be plain flour / all purpose. I would always state if it was self raising. Cheers

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

What butter do you use for these?

Hi, I was just wondering why the dough has to go in the refrigerator for 30min? What does it help with?

HI Cassy – it helps the dough from shrinking by relaxing the gluten. Its a good practice with most pastry work

These are amazing! I’m not an experienced baker but I managed to do these & they turned out great. Maybe I should eat some normal food now, I keep finding myself with my hand in the biscuit tin!

I'm Sam, a professional food stylist, recipe developer and food photographer hunting down the delicious things in life.

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vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

These are easy to make and so nice and snappy to the bite. Its a Donna Hay recipe from “Modern Classics 2”

These are the perfect little cookies/biscuits for doing icing decoration on.

- In a food processor mix the butter, sugar and vanilla until smooth

- Add the flour, egg and egg yolk and process until the mixture forms a soft dough

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

- Take the dough out the processor and knead slightly bringing it together in ball and wrap it in cling film and place in the fridge for 30 minutes

- Roll the dough out on a lightly floured surface or between 2 sheets of baking paper until about ½ cm / 5mm thick

- Cut the dough into approximately 7cm rounds

- Place the dough rounds on a baking sheet that has been lined with baking paper or silicone baking sheets

- Bake for 10 – 12 minutes until golden brown

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Remove the biscuits carefully from the baking tray and allow them to cool on a wire cooling rack as they have a tendency to carry over cooking and could turn too brown once removed from the oven .

When cooled, dust them with some icing sugar or decorate as desired.

Pretty little rounds – perfect!

I made this and they were terrible

Very sticky when making which made it impossible to cut without breaking or stretching

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

When they came out the oven they fell apart

It wasn’t that I did It wrong as I stuck o the recipe to see how it went

Thank you for this recipe, it’s perfect for the biscuits I need for a bake sale at my daughter’s school. It will remain a firm favourite!

Thats great Rebecca – thanks for letting me know.

Amazing!! Love this recipe perfect !!??

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

#1 How much butter in oz. please and

Hi Chris – there is a conversion table on my site. caster suger is fine white granular sugar.

just perfect… i didn’t have icing sugar o i just sprinkled them with regular sugar and my kids loved them. they insisted i made some more and then they helped with the topping… dunked in chocolate sprinkles while they’re still squishy and hot. they’re crispy, crunchy and just delicious! I recommend this to anyone who is looking for a quick and easy recipe or a little bi of simple baking experience. perfect for kids’ parties, fetes, stalls or just snacking on at home. Donna Hay’s a genius!

I made these biscuits for my friend’s 18th… stacked them in piles of 8 or so, wrapped in cellophane and tied with a red ribbon. pop them in a nice gift bag and they’re perfect for all occasions! ????

???? ???? ???? ???? ???? just loved them ???? ???? ???? ???? ????

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

So lovely to hear Kirsten, thanks

HOW MANY COOKIES THE RECIPE GIVES?

Hi Sam, how can i make this into slightly more christmas biscuit…. xx

Hi, add some spices like cinnamon and clove. best sam

my thoughts as well on the cinnamon and clove. thank you xx

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

is the dough after refrigeration stable enough to roll in logs and then slice those?

Hi Gabriele, Im sorry I can’t remember. I made these a few years ago and have not made them again.

Perfect recipe – Thank you Sam!! Made them twice this week, the second batch with some Lindt shards thrown in for decadence – wonderful ????

Oh awesome LIsa – thanks for letting me know.

hello, planning to try this recipe soon, how much is 185gm of butter if converted to cup size?

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Hi, I have no idea as I have not tested this in cup measurements. Best to convert this to ounces. Just google it for a precise conversion. Weights are always more accurate than cups in baking. cheers Sam

I just made this recipe and it was awesome!!! so quick and easy to bring together. a comment above said it was too sticky and fell apart…when you remove from the fridge, i cut the ball in half, dusted with a bit of flour and gave it a tiny bit of kneading. then rolled it out and baked. they came out BEAUTIFUL!!! great texture, not overly sweet and perfect just as they are. my husband loves them and told me to mark this recipe as a favourite! thank you!! ????

Hi Melanie – that is so awesome to hear – thanks for sharing ????

Just wondering what flour is it plain or self raising

HI Carly it would be plain flour / all purpose. I would always state if it was self raising. Cheers

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

What butter do you use for these?

Hi, I was just wondering why the dough has to go in the refrigerator for 30min? What does it help with?

HI Cassy – it helps the dough from shrinking by relaxing the gluten. Its a good practice with most pastry work

These are amazing! I’m not an experienced baker but I managed to do these & they turned out great. Maybe I should eat some normal food now, I keep finding myself with my hand in the biscuit tin!

I'm Sam, a professional food stylist, recipe developer and food photographer hunting down the delicious things in life.

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vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

These are easy to make and so nice and snappy to the bite. Its a Donna Hay recipe from “Modern Classics 2”

These are the perfect little cookies/biscuits for doing icing decoration on.

- In a food processor mix the butter, sugar and vanilla until smooth

- Add the flour, egg and egg yolk and process until the mixture forms a soft dough

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

- Take the dough out the processor and knead slightly bringing it together in ball and wrap it in cling film and place in the fridge for 30 minutes

- Roll the dough out on a lightly floured surface or between 2 sheets of baking paper until about ½ cm / 5mm thick

- Cut the dough into approximately 7cm rounds

- Place the dough rounds on a baking sheet that has been lined with baking paper or silicone baking sheets

- Bake for 10 – 12 minutes until golden brown

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Remove the biscuits carefully from the baking tray and allow them to cool on a wire cooling rack as they have a tendency to carry over cooking and could turn too brown once removed from the oven .

When cooled, dust them with some icing sugar or decorate as desired.

Pretty little rounds – perfect!

I made this and they were terrible

Very sticky when making which made it impossible to cut without breaking or stretching

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

When they came out the oven they fell apart

It wasn’t that I did It wrong as I stuck o the recipe to see how it went

Thank you for this recipe, it’s perfect for the biscuits I need for a bake sale at my daughter’s school. It will remain a firm favourite!

Thats great Rebecca – thanks for letting me know.

Amazing!! Love this recipe perfect !!??

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

#1 How much butter in oz. please and

Hi Chris – there is a conversion table on my site. caster suger is fine white granular sugar.

just perfect… i didn’t have icing sugar o i just sprinkled them with regular sugar and my kids loved them. they insisted i made some more and then they helped with the topping… dunked in chocolate sprinkles while they’re still squishy and hot. they’re crispy, crunchy and just delicious! I recommend this to anyone who is looking for a quick and easy recipe or a little bi of simple baking experience. perfect for kids’ parties, fetes, stalls or just snacking on at home. Donna Hay’s a genius!

I made these biscuits for my friend’s 18th… stacked them in piles of 8 or so, wrapped in cellophane and tied with a red ribbon. pop them in a nice gift bag and they’re perfect for all occasions! ????

???? ???? ???? ???? ???? just loved them ???? ???? ???? ???? ????

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

So lovely to hear Kirsten, thanks

HOW MANY COOKIES THE RECIPE GIVES?

Hi Sam, how can i make this into slightly more christmas biscuit…. xx

Hi, add some spices like cinnamon and clove. best sam

my thoughts as well on the cinnamon and clove. thank you xx

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

is the dough after refrigeration stable enough to roll in logs and then slice those?

Hi Gabriele, Im sorry I can’t remember. I made these a few years ago and have not made them again.

Perfect recipe – Thank you Sam!! Made them twice this week, the second batch with some Lindt shards thrown in for decadence – wonderful ????

Oh awesome LIsa – thanks for letting me know.

hello, planning to try this recipe soon, how much is 185gm of butter if converted to cup size?

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Hi, I have no idea as I have not tested this in cup measurements. Best to convert this to ounces. Just google it for a precise conversion. Weights are always more accurate than cups in baking. cheers Sam

I just made this recipe and it was awesome!!! so quick and easy to bring together. a comment above said it was too sticky and fell apart…when you remove from the fridge, i cut the ball in half, dusted with a bit of flour and gave it a tiny bit of kneading. then rolled it out and baked. they came out BEAUTIFUL!!! great texture, not overly sweet and perfect just as they are. my husband loves them and told me to mark this recipe as a favourite! thank you!! ????

Hi Melanie – that is so awesome to hear – thanks for sharing ????

Just wondering what flour is it plain or self raising

HI Carly it would be plain flour / all purpose. I would always state if it was self raising. Cheers

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

What butter do you use for these?

Hi, I was just wondering why the dough has to go in the refrigerator for 30min? What does it help with?

HI Cassy – it helps the dough from shrinking by relaxing the gluten. Its a good practice with most pastry work

These are amazing! I’m not an experienced baker but I managed to do these & they turned out great. Maybe I should eat some normal food now, I keep finding myself with my hand in the biscuit tin!

I'm Sam, a professional food stylist, recipe developer and food photographer hunting down the delicious things in life.

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Miss the old blog style? Read it .

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vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

These are easy to make and so nice and snappy to the bite. Its a Donna Hay recipe from “Modern Classics 2”

These are the perfect little cookies/biscuits for doing icing decoration on.

- In a food processor mix the butter, sugar and vanilla until smooth

- Add the flour, egg and egg yolk and process until the mixture forms a soft dough

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

- Take the dough out the processor and knead slightly bringing it together in ball and wrap it in cling film and place in the fridge for 30 minutes

- Roll the dough out on a lightly floured surface or between 2 sheets of baking paper until about ½ cm / 5mm thick

- Cut the dough into approximately 7cm rounds

- Place the dough rounds on a baking sheet that has been lined with baking paper or silicone baking sheets

- Bake for 10 – 12 minutes until golden brown

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Remove the biscuits carefully from the baking tray and allow them to cool on a wire cooling rack as they have a tendency to carry over cooking and could turn too brown once removed from the oven .

When cooled, dust them with some icing sugar or decorate as desired.

Pretty little rounds – perfect!

I made this and they were terrible

Very sticky when making which made it impossible to cut without breaking or stretching

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

When they came out the oven they fell apart

It wasn’t that I did It wrong as I stuck o the recipe to see how it went

Thank you for this recipe, it’s perfect for the biscuits I need for a bake sale at my daughter’s school. It will remain a firm favourite!

Thats great Rebecca – thanks for letting me know.

Amazing!! Love this recipe perfect !!??

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

#1 How much butter in oz. please and

Hi Chris – there is a conversion table on my site. caster suger is fine white granular sugar.

just perfect… i didn’t have icing sugar o i just sprinkled them with regular sugar and my kids loved them. they insisted i made some more and then they helped with the topping… dunked in chocolate sprinkles while they’re still squishy and hot. they’re crispy, crunchy and just delicious! I recommend this to anyone who is looking for a quick and easy recipe or a little bi of simple baking experience. perfect for kids’ parties, fetes, stalls or just snacking on at home. Donna Hay’s a genius!

I made these biscuits for my friend’s 18th… stacked them in piles of 8 or so, wrapped in cellophane and tied with a red ribbon. pop them in a nice gift bag and they’re perfect for all occasions! ????

???? ???? ???? ???? ???? just loved them ???? ???? ???? ???? ????

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

So lovely to hear Kirsten, thanks

HOW MANY COOKIES THE RECIPE GIVES?

Hi Sam, how can i make this into slightly more christmas biscuit…. xx

Hi, add some spices like cinnamon and clove. best sam

my thoughts as well on the cinnamon and clove. thank you xx

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

is the dough after refrigeration stable enough to roll in logs and then slice those?

Hi Gabriele, Im sorry I can’t remember. I made these a few years ago and have not made them again.

Perfect recipe – Thank you Sam!! Made them twice this week, the second batch with some Lindt shards thrown in for decadence – wonderful ????

Oh awesome LIsa – thanks for letting me know.

hello, planning to try this recipe soon, how much is 185gm of butter if converted to cup size?

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Hi, I have no idea as I have not tested this in cup measurements. Best to convert this to ounces. Just google it for a precise conversion. Weights are always more accurate than cups in baking. cheers Sam

I just made this recipe and it was awesome!!! so quick and easy to bring together. a comment above said it was too sticky and fell apart…when you remove from the fridge, i cut the ball in half, dusted with a bit of flour and gave it a tiny bit of kneading. then rolled it out and baked. they came out BEAUTIFUL!!! great texture, not overly sweet and perfect just as they are. my husband loves them and told me to mark this recipe as a favourite! thank you!! ????

Hi Melanie – that is so awesome to hear – thanks for sharing ????

Just wondering what flour is it plain or self raising

HI Carly it would be plain flour / all purpose. I would always state if it was self raising. Cheers

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

What butter do you use for these?

Hi, I was just wondering why the dough has to go in the refrigerator for 30min? What does it help with?

HI Cassy – it helps the dough from shrinking by relaxing the gluten. Its a good practice with most pastry work

These are amazing! I’m not an experienced baker but I managed to do these & they turned out great. Maybe I should eat some normal food now, I keep finding myself with my hand in the biscuit tin!

I'm Sam, a professional food stylist, recipe developer and food photographer hunting down the delicious things in life.

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Miss the old blog style? Read it .

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vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

These are easy to make and so nice and snappy to the bite. Its a Donna Hay recipe from “Modern Classics 2”

These are the perfect little cookies/biscuits for doing icing decoration on.

- In a food processor mix the butter, sugar and vanilla until smooth

- Add the flour, egg and egg yolk and process until the mixture forms a soft dough

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

- Take the dough out the processor and knead slightly bringing it together in ball and wrap it in cling film and place in the fridge for 30 minutes

- Roll the dough out on a lightly floured surface or between 2 sheets of baking paper until about ½ cm / 5mm thick

- Cut the dough into approximately 7cm rounds

- Place the dough rounds on a baking sheet that has been lined with baking paper or silicone baking sheets

- Bake for 10 – 12 minutes until golden brown

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Remove the biscuits carefully from the baking tray and allow them to cool on a wire cooling rack as they have a tendency to carry over cooking and could turn too brown once removed from the oven .

When cooled, dust them with some icing sugar or decorate as desired.

Pretty little rounds – perfect!

I made this and they were terrible

Very sticky when making which made it impossible to cut without breaking or stretching

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

When they came out the oven they fell apart

It wasn’t that I did It wrong as I stuck o the recipe to see how it went

Thank you for this recipe, it’s perfect for the biscuits I need for a bake sale at my daughter’s school. It will remain a firm favourite!

Thats great Rebecca – thanks for letting me know.

Amazing!! Love this recipe perfect !!??

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

#1 How much butter in oz. please and

Hi Chris – there is a conversion table on my site. caster suger is fine white granular sugar.

just perfect… i didn’t have icing sugar o i just sprinkled them with regular sugar and my kids loved them. they insisted i made some more and then they helped with the topping… dunked in chocolate sprinkles while they’re still squishy and hot. they’re crispy, crunchy and just delicious! I recommend this to anyone who is looking for a quick and easy recipe or a little bi of simple baking experience. perfect for kids’ parties, fetes, stalls or just snacking on at home. Donna Hay’s a genius!

I made these biscuits for my friend’s 18th… stacked them in piles of 8 or so, wrapped in cellophane and tied with a red ribbon. pop them in a nice gift bag and they’re perfect for all occasions! ????

???? ???? ???? ???? ???? just loved them ???? ???? ???? ???? ????

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

So lovely to hear Kirsten, thanks

HOW MANY COOKIES THE RECIPE GIVES?

Hi Sam, how can i make this into slightly more christmas biscuit…. xx

Hi, add some spices like cinnamon and clove. best sam

my thoughts as well on the cinnamon and clove. thank you xx

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

is the dough after refrigeration stable enough to roll in logs and then slice those?

Hi Gabriele, Im sorry I can’t remember. I made these a few years ago and have not made them again.

Perfect recipe – Thank you Sam!! Made them twice this week, the second batch with some Lindt shards thrown in for decadence – wonderful ????

Oh awesome LIsa – thanks for letting me know.

hello, planning to try this recipe soon, how much is 185gm of butter if converted to cup size?

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Hi, I have no idea as I have not tested this in cup measurements. Best to convert this to ounces. Just google it for a precise conversion. Weights are always more accurate than cups in baking. cheers Sam

I just made this recipe and it was awesome!!! so quick and easy to bring together. a comment above said it was too sticky and fell apart…when you remove from the fridge, i cut the ball in half, dusted with a bit of flour and gave it a tiny bit of kneading. then rolled it out and baked. they came out BEAUTIFUL!!! great texture, not overly sweet and perfect just as they are. my husband loves them and told me to mark this recipe as a favourite! thank you!! ????

Hi Melanie – that is so awesome to hear – thanks for sharing ????

Just wondering what flour is it plain or self raising

HI Carly it would be plain flour / all purpose. I would always state if it was self raising. Cheers

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

What butter do you use for these?

Hi, I was just wondering why the dough has to go in the refrigerator for 30min? What does it help with?

HI Cassy – it helps the dough from shrinking by relaxing the gluten. Its a good practice with most pastry work

These are amazing! I’m not an experienced baker but I managed to do these & they turned out great. Maybe I should eat some normal food now, I keep finding myself with my hand in the biscuit tin!

I'm Sam, a professional food stylist, recipe developer and food photographer hunting down the delicious things in life.

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

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Miss the old blog style? Read it .

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vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

These are easy to make and so nice and snappy to the bite. Its a Donna Hay recipe from “Modern Classics 2”

These are the perfect little cookies/biscuits for doing icing decoration on.

- In a food processor mix the butter, sugar and vanilla until smooth

- Add the flour, egg and egg yolk and process until the mixture forms a soft dough

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

- Take the dough out the processor and knead slightly bringing it together in ball and wrap it in cling film and place in the fridge for 30 minutes

- Roll the dough out on a lightly floured surface or between 2 sheets of baking paper until about ½ cm / 5mm thick

- Cut the dough into approximately 7cm rounds

- Place the dough rounds on a baking sheet that has been lined with baking paper or silicone baking sheets

- Bake for 10 – 12 minutes until golden brown

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Remove the biscuits carefully from the baking tray and allow them to cool on a wire cooling rack as they have a tendency to carry over cooking and could turn too brown once removed from the oven .

When cooled, dust them with some icing sugar or decorate as desired.

Pretty little rounds – perfect!

I made this and they were terrible

Very sticky when making which made it impossible to cut without breaking or stretching

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

When they came out the oven they fell apart

It wasn’t that I did It wrong as I stuck o the recipe to see how it went

Thank you for this recipe, it’s perfect for the biscuits I need for a bake sale at my daughter’s school. It will remain a firm favourite!

Thats great Rebecca – thanks for letting me know.

Amazing!! Love this recipe perfect !!??

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

#1 How much butter in oz. please and

Hi Chris – there is a conversion table on my site. caster suger is fine white granular sugar.

just perfect… i didn’t have icing sugar o i just sprinkled them with regular sugar and my kids loved them. they insisted i made some more and then they helped with the topping… dunked in chocolate sprinkles while they’re still squishy and hot. they’re crispy, crunchy and just delicious! I recommend this to anyone who is looking for a quick and easy recipe or a little bi of simple baking experience. perfect for kids’ parties, fetes, stalls or just snacking on at home. Donna Hay’s a genius!

I made these biscuits for my friend’s 18th… stacked them in piles of 8 or so, wrapped in cellophane and tied with a red ribbon. pop them in a nice gift bag and they’re perfect for all occasions! ????

???? ???? ???? ???? ???? just loved them ???? ???? ???? ???? ????

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

So lovely to hear Kirsten, thanks

HOW MANY COOKIES THE RECIPE GIVES?

Hi Sam, how can i make this into slightly more christmas biscuit…. xx

Hi, add some spices like cinnamon and clove. best sam

my thoughts as well on the cinnamon and clove. thank you xx

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

is the dough after refrigeration stable enough to roll in logs and then slice those?

Hi Gabriele, Im sorry I can’t remember. I made these a few years ago and have not made them again.

Perfect recipe – Thank you Sam!! Made them twice this week, the second batch with some Lindt shards thrown in for decadence – wonderful ????

Oh awesome LIsa – thanks for letting me know.

hello, planning to try this recipe soon, how much is 185gm of butter if converted to cup size?

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Hi, I have no idea as I have not tested this in cup measurements. Best to convert this to ounces. Just google it for a precise conversion. Weights are always more accurate than cups in baking. cheers Sam

I just made this recipe and it was awesome!!! so quick and easy to bring together. a comment above said it was too sticky and fell apart…when you remove from the fridge, i cut the ball in half, dusted with a bit of flour and gave it a tiny bit of kneading. then rolled it out and baked. they came out BEAUTIFUL!!! great texture, not overly sweet and perfect just as they are. my husband loves them and told me to mark this recipe as a favourite! thank you!! ????

Hi Melanie – that is so awesome to hear – thanks for sharing ????

Just wondering what flour is it plain or self raising

HI Carly it would be plain flour / all purpose. I would always state if it was self raising. Cheers

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

What butter do you use for these?

Hi, I was just wondering why the dough has to go in the refrigerator for 30min? What does it help with?

HI Cassy – it helps the dough from shrinking by relaxing the gluten. Its a good practice with most pastry work

These are amazing! I’m not an experienced baker but I managed to do these & they turned out great. Maybe I should eat some normal food now, I keep finding myself with my hand in the biscuit tin!

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vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

These are easy to make and so nice and snappy to the bite. Its a Donna Hay recipe from “Modern Classics 2”

These are the perfect little cookies/biscuits for doing icing decoration on.

- In a food processor mix the butter, sugar and vanilla until smooth

- Add the flour, egg and egg yolk and process until the mixture forms a soft dough

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

- Take the dough out the processor and knead slightly bringing it together in ball and wrap it in cling film and place in the fridge for 30 minutes

- Roll the dough out on a lightly floured surface or between 2 sheets of baking paper until about ½ cm / 5mm thick

- Cut the dough into approximately 7cm rounds

- Place the dough rounds on a baking sheet that has been lined with baking paper or silicone baking sheets

- Bake for 10 – 12 minutes until golden brown

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Remove the biscuits carefully from the baking tray and allow them to cool on a wire cooling rack as they have a tendency to carry over cooking and could turn too brown once removed from the oven .

When cooled, dust them with some icing sugar or decorate as desired.

Pretty little rounds – perfect!

I made this and they were terrible

Very sticky when making which made it impossible to cut without breaking or stretching

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

When they came out the oven they fell apart

It wasn’t that I did It wrong as I stuck o the recipe to see how it went

Thank you for this recipe, it’s perfect for the biscuits I need for a bake sale at my daughter’s school. It will remain a firm favourite!

Thats great Rebecca – thanks for letting me know.

Amazing!! Love this recipe perfect !!??

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

#1 How much butter in oz. please and

Hi Chris – there is a conversion table on my site. caster suger is fine white granular sugar.

just perfect… i didn’t have icing sugar o i just sprinkled them with regular sugar and my kids loved them. they insisted i made some more and then they helped with the topping… dunked in chocolate sprinkles while they’re still squishy and hot. they’re crispy, crunchy and just delicious! I recommend this to anyone who is looking for a quick and easy recipe or a little bi of simple baking experience. perfect for kids’ parties, fetes, stalls or just snacking on at home. Donna Hay’s a genius!

I made these biscuits for my friend’s 18th… stacked them in piles of 8 or so, wrapped in cellophane and tied with a red ribbon. pop them in a nice gift bag and they’re perfect for all occasions! ????

???? ???? ???? ???? ???? just loved them ???? ???? ???? ???? ????

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

So lovely to hear Kirsten, thanks

HOW MANY COOKIES THE RECIPE GIVES?

Hi Sam, how can i make this into slightly more christmas biscuit…. xx

Hi, add some spices like cinnamon and clove. best sam

my thoughts as well on the cinnamon and clove. thank you xx

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

is the dough after refrigeration stable enough to roll in logs and then slice those?

Hi Gabriele, Im sorry I can’t remember. I made these a few years ago and have not made them again.

Perfect recipe – Thank you Sam!! Made them twice this week, the second batch with some Lindt shards thrown in for decadence – wonderful ????

Oh awesome LIsa – thanks for letting me know.

hello, planning to try this recipe soon, how much is 185gm of butter if converted to cup size?

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

Hi, I have no idea as I have not tested this in cup measurements. Best to convert this to ounces. Just google it for a precise conversion. Weights are always more accurate than cups in baking. cheers Sam

I just made this recipe and it was awesome!!! so quick and easy to bring together. a comment above said it was too sticky and fell apart…when you remove from the fridge, i cut the ball in half, dusted with a bit of flour and gave it a tiny bit of kneading. then rolled it out and baked. they came out BEAUTIFUL!!! great texture, not overly sweet and perfect just as they are. my husband loves them and told me to mark this recipe as a favourite! thank you!! ????

Hi Melanie – that is so awesome to hear – thanks for sharing ????

Just wondering what flour is it plain or self raising

HI Carly it would be plain flour / all purpose. I would always state if it was self raising. Cheers

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

What butter do you use for these?

Hi, I was just wondering why the dough has to go in the refrigerator for 30min? What does it help with?

HI Cassy – it helps the dough from shrinking by relaxing the gluten. Its a good practice with most pastry work

These are amazing! I’m not an experienced baker but I managed to do these & they turned out great. Maybe I should eat some normal food now, I keep finding myself with my hand in the biscuit tin!

I'm Sam, a professional food stylist, recipe developer and food photographer hunting down the delicious things in life.

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

All Categories Select Category cook books cooks and chefs food shops & markets General hotels parties & events photography recipes 5 ingredients or less ~ super easy baking drinks healthy eating vegetarian video restaurants travel International South Africa wine

Archives by Month Select Month April 2019 March 2019 February 2019 January 2019 December 2018 November 2018 October 2018 September 2018 August 2018 July 2018 June 2018 May 2018 April 2018 March 2018 February 2018 January 2018 December 2017 November 2017 October 2017 September 2017 August 2017 July 2017 June 2017 May 2017 April 2017 March 2017 February 2017 January 2017 December 2016 November 2016 October 2016 September 2016 August 2016 July 2016 June 2016 May 2016 April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 May 2013 April 2013 March 2013 February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009

Miss the old blog style? Read it .

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vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

vanilla snap biscuits: a delicious little cookie

These are easy to make and so nice and snappy to the bite. Its a Donna Hay recipe from “Modern Classics 2”

These are the perfect little cookies/biscuits for doing icing decoration on.

- In a food processor mix the butter, sugar and vanilla until smooth

- Add the flour, egg and egg yolk and process until the mixture forms a soft dough

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