There's nothing quite like a biscuit and a brew, these sweet treats are perfect for an afternoon snack.
Fiery ginger nut biscuits are a staple of the biscuit tin and are super-easy to bake at home yourself – you could even get the kids involved for a fun half-term baking project. These simple biscuits are crisp on the outside and slightly chewy in the middle
These sweet little shortbread biscuits are such a simple bake - they're great for parties and double up as a foodie Christmas gift, too
Get your roooaaarrrr on with these cute and creative dinosaur biscuits
These traditional shortcrust biscuits are a festive staple in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium. Spiced with cinnamon and ginger, we've given these a twist by adding cocoa to the dough, which can be made ahead of time and frozen until ready to bake.
Make Dad’s day with this fun medal biscuit recipe that will show he’s number one. The kids will love helping to bake these easy vanilla biscuits – and can get creative with the decoration! Just thread with ribbon to turn them into a special gift.
Shaped like cute bunny paw prints, these easy Easter biscuits make a fun baking project to try with the kids or to make for family and friends
Bake a batch of pretty funfetti hearts to give to your Mum this Mother's Day - the buttery shortbread dipped in chocolate and decorated sprinkles make the perfect afternoon treat.
This robin gingerbread biscuits recipe will go down a treat with the kids, and the adults!
Bake a batch of these classic ginger biscuits, they're seriously easy to make and totally irresistible
Get your kids counting down to Christmas with these warm, doughy snowmen biscuits. From cutting out the rounds for the body to making tiny carrot noses out of orange icing, your budding chefs will love getting stuck in - and tucking in afterwards!
These cute Christmas biscuits will look so pretty hanging from your tree and you're sure to enjoy tucking into them too! These homemade biscuits will last up to two weeks if stored in an airtight container, so can be made well in advance.
These scary gingerbread biscuits are a great addition to any Halloween party spread. Sweet gingerbread biscuits are transformed into terrifying treats with a splattering of red icing
With hints of coconut and cherry, these moreish little biscuits are just the things to accompany an afternoon cuppa
Get creative with the kiddies this Easter, and bake these deliciously cute flower biscuits; fun to make and even more fun to eat!
Scribble love messages on these almond flavoured heart-shaped biscuits for your loved one and all your favourite people.
Make a batch of these sweet and funny love bug cookies, wrapped up with a ribbon for the perfect edible gift.
These gluten-free oat biscuits are deliciously crunchy and will keep well in an airtight container for two weeks
This gorgeously creamy no-cook cheesecake is brimming with summer flavours. Fresh nectarines add a delicious sweetness to the creamy cheesecake topping, while a crunchy ginger base adds bite. Top with nectarine slices and zingy lime zest
These fun and delicious biscuits can be made up to a week in advance. Store in an airtight container until giving as a present.
Vivek Singh infuses these chocolate biscuits with a hint of Indian spice to make an exciting snack that both kids and adults will enjoy making and eating.
Get creative with the kids, bake and decorate these fun and freaky chocolate ginger bat biscuits.
You'll need a rabbit shaped cookie cutter to make these sweet little coconut and orange-flavoured Easter bunny biscuits. Pop the batter in the fridge for 30 minutes before rolling out to make it easier to cut into shapes.
These heart-shaped gluten-free biccies are sweet, delicious and simple to make.
These tasty biscuits will keep in an airtight container for up to a week. Alternatively you can make them up to two months in advance and freeze them on the day you bake them, cooling completely before freezing. Defrost thoroughly when needed.
Bananas, cream and toffee are a match made in dessert heaven, with this deliciously, decadent banoffee pie, which was voted top 'Family Favourite' in a Real Food poll. It's so easy to make, and a lovely and indulgent way to use up ripe bananas.
A cheesecake of dreams, guaranteed to impress your guests and their tastebuds. The base is made from melted butter and digestive biscuits, topped with soft cheese and creamy mascarpone with vanilla and lemon, and finally, decorated with gently stewed blueberries with sugar and lemon juice.
Put your baking skills to the test with this recipe for iced biscuits from the Great British Bake Off. The buttery biscuit bases are made with ground almonds, orange and cinnamon, making them both good to look at and good to eat.
Tuile is the french word for roof tile and looking at the shape of these light and crunchy biscuits, you can understand why they're named after them. Flavoured with pistachio and cocoa, they're as elegant as they are scumptious.
Keep the kids busy in the kitchen over the holidays by baking a batch of these easy Christmas biscuits. Cut out a range of festive shapes from the spiced orange dough and get creative decorating with pretty coloured icing.
A lovely, fun-packed biscuit recipe to make with the kids in your life over the festive period. The star-shaped biscuits are so simple to make. Once baked, decorate with white royal icing and edible silver balls.
These little guys are so happy you’ll just have to eat them immediately to wipe the smiles off their faces. Ready in 45 mins, homemade dairy-free shortbread biscuits are used to sandwich apricot jam and dusted in icing sugar.
Whip up a batch of these buttery biscuits for an afternoon tea treat. Simple to make and ready to bake in just 15 mins
There's nothing like branching out and making edible gifts, and these chocolate Christmas tree biscuits are a crunchy and moreish treat that everyone will enjoy. Get the family involved with the baking and try not to eat all the chocolate before you've decorated them.