This is a recipe I have been looking forward to writing about. My mum first made up this recipe to deal with over-sized zucchinis. Alas, with lots of apartment-living, access to super-sized zucchinis is minimal. Until now. One of DH’s work colleges forgot to pick his in time and voila! I’m also indebted to my lovely aunt who grew the basil in her garden. Fresh produce rocks.
These yummy biscuits are lovely with a cup of tea, and have an aroma that easily wins me over to the ‘must-eat-biscuits’ cookie-monster dark-side. These biscuits are one of C’s favourites – but then again, he loves most cakes and biscuits. J rather loves crumbling them – and some even gets eaten. They’re also excellent as presents. It’s the freshly ground cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves that really does the trick – yes you can use pre-ground spices, but nothing beats that freshly ground smell. Continue reading “Spice Biscuits”