Peanut biscuits

We know that peanuts are no longer school lunch box friendly, but if your family doesn’t have a peanut allergy then these peanut biscuits make a great after school snack.

Milo Biscuits

These chewy, malty Milo biscuits are a hit with kids, big and small! Bake a batch as an after school snack served with a glass of milk or pop one in a lunch box for a special treat.

Breakfast biscuits

If school mornings are crazy at your house like they are at mine then you will love these breakfast biscuits. They are choc-full of healthy oats, raisins and coconut. This makes them perfect for eating on the way to school in the car and will give them enough energy to make it to recess.

Kiss biscuits

Kids will love making these sweet little biscuits. Dipping them in icing and then sprinkles is what childhood cooking dreams are made of! Don't forget to chill the dough to make cutting out the biscuits easy.

Arrowroot faces

Get the kids to help by decorating arrowroot biscuits with crazy faces. These are great for parties as a snack or even as a party activity!

Jelly biscuits

So much fun the kids will love helping to make these you can use different coloured jelly crystals and smarties they make a great birthday party food or for a school fair

Hot cross cookies

These Hot cross cookies are a fun and easy alternative to the traditional hot cross bun. Who knows, they may prove to be the more popular option in your house!

No-bake cookies

Cookies you don't need to bake? Well, yes it's possible with this clever cookie recipe. Melt, mix and leave to cool these oaty, peanut buttery bites of yum. No need to thank us.

Parmesan shortbread

Make this easy, cheesy shortbread when you want a nibble to go with drinks or a savoury snack for the kids' lunch boxes. Perfect with cheese and lovely to add to a ploughman's lunch

Welsh cakes

A traditional snack in Wales, these warm buttery little cakes have the beauty of being cooked in a frypan - no waiting around for the oven to get hot! Made with pantry staples, quick to mix and even quicker to cook, these little treats can be whipped up while the kettle boils.

Tim Tam brownies

These delicious Tim Tam brownies are stuffed full of New Zealand's favourite biscuit and enveloped in a yummy coating of chocolate brownie. They are so easy to make and perfect to take along and share with friends.

3 in 1 biscuits

These are lovely vanilla flavoured biscuits with the added attraction of colour and ‘movement’! Great fun for the kids to help with colouring, kneading, rolling and slicing.

Chocolate biscuits

These biscuits are so delicious, I have to hide them in the pantry or the kids will eat them all in one sitting. They are a little chocolate indulgence and great to have with a cup of tea or coffee.


Shortbread is a traditional Christmas biscuit recipe but it can also be enjoyed all through the year. The light sweet biscuit dough results in a pale biscuit that's perfect with a cup of tea.

Anzac slice

Anzac biscuits are a favourite with kids so try this recipe that takes the classic recipe and turns it into a slice. Using the same delicious oats, coconut and golden syrup, it's perfect for lunch boxes and afternoon tea.