Our Most Delicious Cookie and Biscuit Recipes

Words: Julie Velosa

Our Most Delicious Cookie and Biscuit RecipesWhen the weather is cold our coffee and tea drinking hits an all time high, and what’s a cuppa without something to dunk? We round up our best dunkable cookie and biscuit recipes, so get baking!

The Classics

These are our go-to dunking favourites.

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chewy in the centre, crisp on the edges. Made with dark chocolate for extra richness. GET THE RECIPE

Italian Almond Tea Cookies

A delightful cookie with the delicate flavour of almond tea infused. GET THE RECIPE

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Giant Oatmeal Cookies with White Chocolate Drizzle

These cookies were made for dunking. Delicious oaty flavour baked to perfection and drizzled with melted white chocolate. GET THE RECIPE

Fudgy Salted Caramel and Chocolate Biscuits

A fun and easy recipe using avocado oil. The biscuits become wonderfully crisp on the outside while maintaining a soft fudgy texture in the center. Delicious! GET THE RECIPE

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Cookies with a Twist

Vanilla and Rainbow Pepper Cookies

A bite of pepper with a hint of vanilla & chocolate – a winning combo! GET THE RECIPE

Cinnamon Pansy Shells

One of our favourite biscuit recipes – these pretty-as-a-picture pansy shells will dress up any tea table. GET THE RECIPE

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Biscuits for Special Diets

Who says you can’t indulge?

Easy Gluten Free Peanut Butter Cookies

Everyone loves peanut butter and these super easy to make gluten free peanut butter cookies are a tasty treat for any time. GET THE RECIPE

LCHF Buttery Pistachio and Almond Biscuits

This is a LCHF take on regular shortbread. It is so rich and nutty – you only need one biscuit to curb any sweet craving. GET THE RECIPE

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A Little Chocolate Goes a Long Way

Is there anything better than a choc biccie?

Homemade Romany Creams

Two things you could never do without, chocolate and biscuits! Lucky for you, these are all in one! Try this biscuit recipe for your own homemade Romany Creams. GET THE RECIPE

Peanut & Pink Salt Praline Cookies

These cookies combine crunchy praline and a pinch of pretty pink salt. GET THE RECIPE

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S’mores Biscuit and Marshmallow Sandwiches

A campfire classic – marshmallow, sandwiched between biscuits and dipped in choc, a triple threat! GET THE RECIPE

Chocolate Ganache Sandwich Cookie

The best kind of treat – two cookies disguised as one! GET THE RECIPE

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The Shorter the Better

Shortbread is a classic for a reason. Buttery and crumbly and just divine.

Classic Shortbread

If this shortbread doesn’t make you feel like you have died and gone to heaven nothing will. The best shortbread recipe! GET THE RECIPE

Greek Almond Shortbread

Scrumptious buttery biscuits traditionally cooked at Christmas but why wait! GET THE RECIPE

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Not Quite Cookies

Okay, so these don’t specifically fall into the cookie category but they are a perfect match for a cup of coffee or tea, so we couldnt resist.

On the Road Horlicks Cookies

An epic crunchie can save even the worst cup of garage coffee. Our version is hopped up with chocolate Horlicks for added awesomeness. The perfect early morning start to the road trip adventure. GET THE RECIPE

Millionaire’s Gingerbread

This Millionaire gingerbread has the perfect balance of spicy ginger flavour, sweet caramel and bitter chocolate. GET THE RECIPE

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Now that you’ve checked out our favourite biscuit recipes, take a look at the rest of our baking section.

If you need to brush up on your baking terminology check out our Bakers Glossary.

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