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    I use that recipe too. Maybe swap the self raising to plain flour otherwise the biscuits will spread. It won't make as many but you should still be able to use your biscuit cutters this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    I use that recipe too. Maybe swap the self raising to plain flour otherwise the biscuits will spread. It won't make as many but you should still be able to use your biscuit cutters this way.
    Thank you. I wouldn't have even thought of that!

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    I compare the flavour of these ones to subway biscuits.

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    I just roll it into logs none of this fancy cutter business lol. I have also frozen the logs n just pull one out at the start of the week slice bake n hello Betty Crocker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pmakes3 View Post
    I just roll it into logs none of this fancy cutter business lol. I have also frozen the logs n just pull one out at the start of the week slice bake n hello Betty Crocker
    FX I end up saying hello Betty Crocker and not 'fire brigade please, my address is...' it's happened before...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancingchipmunk View Post
    FX I end up saying hello Betty Crocker and not 'fire brigade please, my address is...' it's happened before...

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    You'll be fine. Let us know how you go anyway. They also work pretty good with gluten free flour too.


 

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