Saturday, 9 August 2014

Millionaire's Shortbread

I follow an awesome blog almost every day, called Brown Eyed Baker.  This girl inspires me to no end.  I have tried many of her recipes, and they have all been fabulous.  Not only does she post great recipes, but I really enjoy her take on things and I love to read all about her grandmother's recipes and the stories she tells about her childhood in her Nan's kitchen.   

Yesterday, I tried her recipe from a  recent post for a most irresistible cookie called Millionaire's Shortbread.  Pop on over to her blog here, for the recipe, and be sure to check out some more of her great posts.

This cookie is easy to make, using common ingredients, and tastes divine!
Here's a photo step-by-step of how mine turned out.....................

I made my shortbread just slightly too wet, so I had to use a little flour on my fingers to 
 press it into the pan...still turned out just fine!

These cookies are like a Mars bar on steroids-----------Delicious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks Brown Eyed Baker :)


  1. Mars Bars on steriods ha that is so funny! I love this, can you send some over please? x

  2. Well sista me dear, i may have to make a trip out monday to get one.They look yummy.

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