Peanut Chocolate Ripple Moment
Isn’t it lovely to have a tin of home made biscuits on standby. If you have sudden visitors, or just to take for morning tea or lunch boxes, having some home made biscuits is very good.
Peanut Butter and a short list of ingredients make these delectable melt in the mouth biscuits! These are very delicious, but not too sweet, making g them a satisfying treat!
Peanut butter, I must say it is a delicious spread, which is very filling too.
Make some of these. I don’t think you will be disappointed. This is how I do it.
100g of unsalted butter
1 cup lightly packed dark brown sugar
2 tablespoons cocoa
1 tablespoon golden syrup
3/4 cup super crunchy peanut butter
1 cup of self raising flour
Pre heat oven to 150 degrees Celsius. Use a food processor to pulse through the first five ingredients.
Add the peanut butter and flour. Pulse until evenly combined.
Use a cookie scoop or teaspoon to put onto a baking tray lined with non stick baking paper. Press down on each biscuit with a fork.
Bake for approximately 12 minutes. Keep an eye on them. Allow to cool completely before removing from the tray.
Makes approximately 40 biscuits.
7 thoughts on “Peanut Chocolate Ripple Moments”
These look good!
For those of us in Canada and I think the USA we don’t generally use self rising flour….. what would we add to all purpose flour and at what ratio please?
Here is the ratio from King Arthur Flour: http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/homemade-self-rising-flour-recipe
There were a few others that were very similar when I searched online, but this one had a comment about type of flour in self rising and resultant texture in your baked goods. For cookies/biscuits I don’t think it will matter. Hope this helps.
Thank you Lynda! I hope Polly and Fredrik stay well!
So far they are doing great! Thanks!
(I hope this reply didn’t land in here three times… I (seemingly) couldn’t get it to take using the drop-down menu upper right.)
Thank you Gwen. Lynda has posted a link.
Self Rising Flour = 2 C flour, 1 T baking powder and 1 tsp salt.