Recycled fridge cake
Throw any leftover biscuits, chocolate and Maltesers into this easy, no-bake treat. One for the kids to help out with.
Add crunch to ice cream
Crumble on your scoops or swirl into the base when making your own ice cream, for a satisfying sweet crunch.
Easy mini cheesecakes
Roughly crushed biccies can be layered in tumblers with fruit or lemon curd and topped with whipped cream, sugar and cream cheese for an instant dessert. Gingerbread biscuits work best with lemon.
Cookie crumb pie crust
Crush biscuits, combine with melted butter and press into a pie tin. Then fill with stewed fruit or use as the base for a zingy lemon tart.
Cut or break into cubes and sautee in a little butter. Delicious sprinkled on sundaes or stirred into yoghurt.
Line your baking tray
Crush biscuits to a fine, powdery texture and use in place of flour after greasing your tray or cake tin.
Whizz up biscuits that have gone a little soft with ice cream and milk, for a luxurious ‘anti-smoothie’.
Garnish your cocktail glass
Use biscuit crumbs in place of salt for chocolate or coffee martinis. For a non-alcoholic treat, do the same with your hot chocolate mug.
Perk up your pud
Crumble biscuits over your pie or cake for extra texture and flavour.
Just use broken biscuits in place of cake sponge for a twist on the traditional English classic.
Yep, you heard right. Blend crumbs with oil for a completely addictive spread. Spoons at the ready...
Mix into cereal bites
Crumble any leftover biscuits into melted choc with Rice Krispies or Cornflakes, for extra-special treats.
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