These are tried, tested and much loved recipes. Our families and friends are always unselfish and devote themselves to taste-testing these delicious creations and demand them repeatedly time and time again.
Our aim is to share with you our favourite meals and the little tricks and tips we have learnt along the way.
Time is precious.
Food is expensive.
Both are resources too valuable to waste.
We want to share recipes that deliver delicious, nourishing meals - making the most of your time and ingredients.
Life is way too short for bland, disappointing food.
So ... Feed your inner cook - and Enjoy!
Tuesday, 25 September 2012
Anytime you need a plate to share at a function or the kids need something sweet in their lunch box, then this quick and easy recipe is just what you need. And the best part is "no creaming butter and sugar". Not sure if it is only me, but sometimes that is a little too much fuss if you are frazzled already!
125g melted butter
1 cup caster sugar
1 1/2 cups self raising flour
Coconut approx 1 cup
Combine first four ingredients in a bowl.
Roll a teaspoonful of mixture into a small bowl.
Roll in coconut.
Place on a greased oven tray and lightly press down with a fork.
Bake at 180 degrees c for 10-15 minutes until lightly gollden.
Cool on a wire rack.
Why are they called Jenny's biscuits?
Because 22 years ago Jenny bought a plate of biscuits to a mother's morning tea.