New addiction: Cheese & Rosemary Biscuits

Seriously addicted at this stage. I’m not much for sweet things, savoury snacks are my downfall. Although these are pretty light, the main problem is the amount I can eat. So here is the recipe I’ve concocted for Cheese & Rosemary biscuits. They are NOM. So I thought I would share to assuage my guilt and make you all complicit (plus Vasiliki asked me)

Cheese & Rosemary Biscuits

200g flour
50g margarine
40g chedder cheese
1/2 tsp Coleman’s mustard powder
Sesame seeds

Preheat the oven to 200C

Rub the margarine into the flour to a fine breadcrumb texture. Grate the cheese and add to the bowl with the mustard powder, rosemary, salt and pepper (all to taste). Mix together with a little water until crumbly dough is formed. Roll out on floured surface and sprinkle withe sesame seeds (to taste). Roll again to press the seeds into the dough. Cut into rounds using biscuit cutter (or a small coffee cup in my case) until all the dough is used up.

Bake in the oven for 10-15 mins until golden brown.

Makes about 36. (Yes, 36. But there aren’t 36 in the picture are there?)

Using low low margarine and low fat Dubliner Cheese, 2 biscuits = 1 weight watchers pro point. But…

5 thoughts on “New addiction: Cheese & Rosemary Biscuits

  1. Thank you for sharing. These look yummy and would go nicely in a packed lunch. Going to get baking.

    1. I’d imagine you could use mustard and add less water. Wholegrain might be nice. It’s just… you know… Coleman’s mustard powder… nom.

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