Breakfast and Tea Time, Kids in the Kitchen, Quick and Easy Desserts
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Edible Christmas Presents!

The biscuit dough is ready and you are looking for decorating ideas? Here are some options for your edible presents.

Feliz Navidad!

Biscuits to hang

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  1. Once the biscuits are cut and have been chilled in the fridge, make a hole with a straw (not too close to the biscuit’s edge) and bake.

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2. Pass a yarn through the hole. Ready to hang!

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Biscuits on a mug

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1. Once the biscuits are cut and have been chilled in the fridge, cut a small rectangle with a sharp knife (I use a stencil as a guide)

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2. Bake and let the biscuits cool before using them!

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Gingerbread men garland

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1. Once the biscuits are cut and have been chilled in the fridge, make two holes with a straw and bake

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2. Make a beautiful garland with a yarn!

Gingerbread house

You can make one of any size. I made a small one for this post.

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1. Make your stencils using clean paper or cardboard

  • Walls: draw a square and cut with scissors
  • Roof: draw a rectangle a bit wider than the square, and cut with scissors

2. Put the stencils over the rollout biscuit dough. Cut four squares (walls) and two rectangles (roof) with a sharp knife

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3. Chill the dough in the fridge for 15 minutes and bake

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4. Once the biscuits are baked and have cooled, paste the walls using Royal Icing (hard version) and then paste the roof.

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Gingerbread biscuits recipe: https://thegingerspoon.com/2017/12/06/christmas-gingerbread-biscuits/

Spanish Version: https://thegingerspoon-es.com/2017/12/18/ideas-para-hacer-con-galletas/

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  1. Pingback: Royal Icing for Beginners | The Ginger Spoon

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