wonderful white chocolate and macadamia biscuits

photo-4 copy 3There’s nothing better than a chunky sweet biscuit filled with chocolate and nuts that you can pop in your bag and eat when the 3 o’clock sugar hit calls!

My solution to this are these tasty white chocolate and macadamia nut biscuits. Easy, tasty, and always a crowd favourite, these biscuits are made to please.

I baked them recently to use up white chocolate I had bought for another cooking project and didn’t want to leave it lying around tempting me each day!

These biscuits freeze really well, so you can bake them and store them in the freeze so you don’t eat them all at once.

I highly recommend baking these biscuits whilst listening to sing-out-loud cover songs. Mine was Paul Dempsey’s version of Bette Davis Eyes.  (I’ve popped the link of this fantastic cover below!)

wonderful white chocolate and macadamia biscuits – makes 25 biscuits

125g butter

1 egg

¾ cup brown sugar

1 tspn vanilla essence

1 cup plain flour

1 cup self-raising flour

150g white chocolate bits

100g macadamia nuts

1. Preheat oven to 160 degrees (fan forced) or 180 degrees (standard)

2. Beat the butter and sugar together until whipped

3. Add vanilla essence and the egg and keep mixing.

4. Sift in both plain and self-raising flour, then add the chopped white chocolate and chopped macadamia nuts and mix. 

5. Roll tablespoons of mixture into balls and place on a greased tray. Flatten with the back of a spoon or finger tips.  

6. Bake for 15 minutes or until toasty and brown!

Oldie song suggestion: Bette Davis Eyes – Paul Dempsey (fantastic cover by the Aussie musician check it out )

Newie song suggestion: Cheater – John Newman (this song will make you dance around the kitchen!)

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