Cheese wheatmeal biscuits

Cheese wheatmeal biscuits

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Prep: 20 mins Cook: 12 mins - 14 mins

Easy

Makes 20-30 depending on cutter size
Savoury oaty biscuits that are great for lunch boxes, add Marmite or peanut butter for a delicious pinwheel

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per serving (20)

  • kcal90
  • fat6.4g
  • saturates3.8g
  • carbs5.6g
  • sugars0.2g
  • fibre0.8g
  • protein2.5g
  • salt0.2g
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Ingredients

  • 100g wholemeal flour
  • 50g self-raising flour
  • 25g medium oatmeal
  • 100g butter
    Butter

    Butter

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    Butter is made when lactic-acid producing bacteria are added to cream and churned to make an…

  • 100g cheddar cheese, finely grated
    Cheddar

    Cheddar

    Ched-ah

    Once cheddar was 'Cheddar', a large, hard-pressed barrel of cheese made by a particular…

  • 1 large egg yolk

Method

  1. Heat the oven to 180C/160C fan/gas 4. Put the flours and oatmeal into a bowl and rub in the butter. Stir in the cheese. Add the egg yolk and mix in using a fork. When the mixture starts to clump together, use your hands to knead to a smooth dough.

  2. Place the dough between two sheets of baking parchment and roll out thinly to about 1/2cm. Cut out desired shapes and lift them using a palette knife onto a non-stick baking sheet. Reroll any trimmings and cut out more shapes. Bake in the oven for 12–14 mins until golden brown. Leave on the tray for a few minutes to firm up before removing to a cooling rack.

  3. Alternatively, take walnut-sized pieces of dough, roll into balls and place on the baking tray. Flatten slightly with a fork and bake as before.

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Comments (4)

tiggsok's picture

Yummy! They are absolutely delicious and very easy to make. Made them with a quality strong cheddar and are really tasty - especially when still warm from the oven... I split the batch in half and made cheese and marmite pinwheels.

I can see me having to do another batch!

I used the egg yolk as it said in the recipe and no problems.

jayjayem's picture
5

I'm afraid I disagree with Ruthie on her remark that egg white should be used, not the yolk. It made more sense to me to use yolk and they turned out as I would have expected. However, as her turned out well too, who's to say. Made mine a bit thicker than mentioned so they needed more time in the oven. Added half a tsp of mustard powder. Very nice result for a savoury bite.

ruthierara's picture
4

There's a mistake on this recipe it should be egg white not egg yolk! That said these turned out well. I did stars (for a festive edge) and squares. I also put in a pinch of salt but this is personal taste. A stronger cheese may also work. I think you can play around with the recipe. Basically they will be nice with butter and/or cheese!

Questions (2)

flossyfi's picture

This recipe does not seem to come together with 1 egg yolk. Should I add more egg yolk or white or water?

goodfoodteam's picture

Hi flossyfi, thanks for getting in touch and sorry to hear that you're not having success with this recipe. The recipe shouldn't need any additional water, did you knead it after adding the yolk? The warmth of your hands and the kitchen should soften the butter in the mixture to help bring everything together but this will take a little while if the room is cold and if the butter has been in the fridge. If you're still struggling add a little splash of water to bring it together. Hope this helps, let us know how you get on. 

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