Moon Rocks

These are a cross between a biscuit and a cake.


1. Put flour and butter into a bowl and mix through your fingers
2. Add the sugar and raisins (you could use chocolate chips, sugar strands instead) and the spice
3. Beat the egg in another bowl and then add to the flour mixture
4. Mix together using your hands until the mixture looks like bread crumbs
5. Then collect all the bits in the bowl and make it into one big ball
6. Grease a tray and set the oven to 200C/400F/gas mark 6
7. Break off large bits of the mixture and form into 8-12 flattened shapes, but make sure that you make them look like rock
8. Then put it in the oven for 15 minuets


Raisins / Choc Chips 125g / 4oz
Butter 90g / 3oz
Self-raising Flour 250g / 8oz
Egg 1
Salt 1 Pinch
Mixed Spice
Soft Brown Sugar 90g / 3oz
Sugar Strands 125g/4oz
Food Colouring 1 Tsp

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