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Soft Lemon Biscuits Easy to Make Recipe

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What Makes these Biscuits so Amazing?

Lemons are delicious in a huge array of desserts, including tarts, galettes, pies and cakes as well as ice cream and compotes.

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Cook Time

Prep timeCook timeReady inYields

15 min

15 min

30 min

20 Biscuits



  • 2 egg
  • 200g/ 7 ounces sugar
  • 180ml/ 6 oz sunflower oil
  • 10ml/ 0,33 oz lemon juice
  • 15g/ 0,52 ounces baking powder
  • 560g/ 20 ounces flour
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  1. This recipe is amazingly simple. First pre-heat the oven on 180 degrees C/356 degrees F.
  2. Just mix everything in a bowl until the dough is solid, in the end the dough might become though and you will need to mix it by hand.
  3. Make medium-sized balls of the dough, and after make them flat and put them on the greased baking tray (you can use baking paper if you wish).
  4. Bake the biscuits for 15 minutes on 180 degrees Celsius/356 degrees Fahrenheit.
  5. Enjoy these delicious lemon biscuits. They are perfect as breakfast, snack or a dessert.

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Do You Love Tiramisu? Check Out My Fast & Easy Recipe For the Best Homemade Tiramisu

One of the first things that I think of when I hear or read 'Italy' is Tiramisu. I just can't help it. Of course, Italy has much more to offer then just their delicious Tiramisu.

Tiramisu is the most well-known dessert, it simply is the crème de la crème!

Tiramisu was invented by a confectioner called Roberto Linguanotto while he was working in his restaurant 'Le Beccherie' in Treviso, Italy. People say that tiramisu has aphrodisiac effects and therefore was served in brothels in Trevisto.

The name tiramisu comes from tireme su, which is dialect of Treviso for 'pick me up'. In Italian it's tiramisu.

Click here to read my Tiramisu Recipe!

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