Monkey Face Biscuits Recipe
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125 g Butter; (4oz)
125 g Caster sugar; (4oz)
2 1/2 ml Vanilla essence; (1/2
300 g Cadbury’s Bournvita; (3oz)
150 g Cadbury’s Bournville
5 ml Flavourless oil; (1
4 Cadbury’s Flake
A large packet of Cadbury’s
; chocolate Buttons
-ALSO YOU WILL REQUIRE-
A 7.5cm; (3 inch) plain
A baking tray; floured
A greaseproof paper piping
Paper hats; (optional)
Cream the butter and sugar together well and then beat in the egg and
essence. Add the flour and Bournvita, and bind the biscuit dough together.
Knead on a lightly floured surface until smooth. Roll out, not too thinly
and cut out the biscuits, re-rolling the scraps in between. Place on the
lightly floured baking tray and bake at Gas Mark 5 / 190?C / 375?F for
12-15 minutes, until lightly browned and cooked. Leave to cool before
removing from the tray.
Melt the chocolate with the oil to make chocolate icing. Carefully dip one
end of each biscuit into the chocolate icing and then fill the piping bag
with the remainder. Sprinkle on crumbs of Flake for ‘hair’. Rub the Buttons
a little so they shine and then stick them on with the icing as
‘cauliflower ears’. Pipe a variety of faces as illustrated, using simple
lines. Leave to set.
Triangular coloured paper hats may be popped over the ‘hair’, with the
names written on them for each guest.