Oaty White Chocolate Biscuits

A trip in to the archives. Oaty White Chocolate Biscuits from 2011!


My next foray in the the world of baking has been Oaty White Chocolate Biscuits.

The recipe is courtesy of the BBC, and before you start thinking these will be anything like the ones you get in the supermarket, then think again.  They are more like White Chocolate flapjacks, crunchy and very sweet (depending on how much Golden Treacle you use), and once they’ve cooled they turn a beautiful golden colour.

How much does it cost? If you have all of the basic ingredients, then it will cost you no more then the cost of the White Chocolate and the Treacle (under £3 if you use supermarket brand white chocolate).  If you don’t have any Bicarbonate then maybe a little more.

Two ingredients here that I had not used before was White Chocolate and Bicarbonate of Soda, and as a result there were two things that surprised me.

  1. Because…

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