Melting biscuits

“Melting biscuits” can refer to a type of cookie that has a tender, crumbly texture and a rich, buttery flavor. These biscuits are called “melting” because they literally melt in your mouth due to their delicate texture.

To make melting biscuits, you typically start by creaming together butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Then, you gradually add flour and any other dry ingredients, such as cornstarch or powdered sugar, until a soft dough forms.

The dough is then shaped into small rounds or fingers and placed on a baking sheet. The biscuits are baked at a low temperature until they are set but not browned. Once cooled, they are often dusted with powdered sugar for a sweet finish.

Melting biscuits are a delightful treat to enjoy with a cup of tea or coffee, and their delicate texture and buttery flavor make them a favorite among cookie lovers.


  • 5 cups sifted flour
  • 1/2 cup corn starch /Maizena
  • 500g wooden spoon Margarine
  • 1 cup icing sugar
  • 3 eggs
  • 5ml vanilla essence


Beat Margarine and icing sugar till fluffy, add eggs 1@ a time, add vanilla and put aside.
In another bowl sift all dry ingredients
Then pour the dry to wet ingredients and mix.
Use piping bag to decorate ( here dip half side in melted chocolate ).

Bake on 350°F for 15 minutes.


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