Make these sweet iced letters and numbers with your kids during school holidays. They'll have fun making them and then devour them once ready
Swirly vanilla cookies, edged with sprinkles and stars – these unicorn-inspired biscuits are ideal for kids' parties or as a fun home baking activity
These ring biscuits are perfect for parties and work well in any shape, get the kids to help
Top rich chocolate biscuits with candied orange peel to make these moreish bites. They make a great edible gift for Christmas
The simplest biscuits you and the kids will ever bake. We’ve stamped clean toys into these to decorate them – try your own favourite patterns
Make a whole solar system from your kitchen with our super cute planet cookies! The baking and decorating will keep even the most energetic children busy over the half-term break
Bake these lovely star-shaped biscuits to give as edible Christmas gifts for family and friends. They're easy to make, so kids can get involved too
These heart-shaped cookies with a crunchy mint filling are fun for children to make and give as a present
With just three ingredients, these simple peanut butter cookies will delight kids and grown-ups alike – and they're gluten-free, too
Add a touch of fun to your party with these edible flag-shaped cookies - ice in your favourite colours
Create these cute spider biscuits with kids as part of a Halloween party feast. Children will love adding the spooky chocolate spider legs and icing eyes
Finish off a beautifully laid table with these simple, mint-iced cookies - they're fun to make with the kids!
Make these round vanilla biscuits, ice in bright colours, thread on a ribbon and give out as edible prizes
Learn how to make classic chocolate chip cookies and enjoy them still warm from the oven. Perfect for a bake sale or with your afternoon tea.
Bake these pretty gingerbread biscuits with a stained glass centre as treats at Christmas time with the kids. They make great presents for friends and family
Add some colour to classic bourbon biscuits using pink food colouring. Kids will love piping the filling – and eating them afterwards of course!
Savoury oaty biscuits that are great for lunch boxes, add Marmite or peanut butter for a delicious pinwheel
The food processor does most of the work in this cookie recipe, but younger children will enjoy rolling the dough into balls and thumbprinting. Older kids can make them on their own
Let a friendly bat perch on your glass of milk or cuppa this Halloween with these spooky biscuits - add vanilla buttercream for bourbons
Little hands can help make these fruity biscuits topped with icing and sprinkles. It's an ideal way to get kids in the kitchen
Get your children in the kitchen to bake a batch of these simple biscuits from CBeebies’ 'i can cook'