Inside the Kitchens at Buckingham Palace: Christmas Ginger Bread Biscuits

December 20, 2018

According to the British Royal Household:

‘Its always best to let the dough rest, so it’s great if you can make the dough the night before,’ reveals one Royal Pastry Chefs.

‘You can also roll out the dough, cut the shapes and put them in a freezer for an hour. This ensures they keep their shape nicely.’

Once cut into festive shapes, the biscuits can then be decorated using icing. For an extra special touch, you can even personalise each biscuit.

Once the icing is completely dry, you can loop a ribbon through the biscuits and then hang them on the tree as decorations.

To read the entire article at the Royal Household, please click here.

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