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Yummy Apricot Shortbread
Love Heart Biscuits
Godmother's Special Choc Chip Cookies - The Best!
Blackberry and Apple Slices
Handy Biscuits
Red and White Party Cake
Almond and Coffee Espresso Cake
The Best Chocolate Cake
Lemon Drizzle Cake
Two-Cheese Scones With Tomato Salsa
Raspberry & Apple Palmiers
Hedgehog Cake
Amber’s Chocolate Chip Cookies
Cherry Shortbread Mice
Speculaas Biscuits
Giant Teacake
Invasion of the Bug-eyed Spiders
Austrian Apple Cake
Plum Squares
Orange and Walnut Loaf
Pumpkin and Orange Muffins
Chocolate Workies
Blackberry Polenta Cake
Basic Four-Egg Sponge
Basic Muffins
Biscuit Feet
Dainty Toasties
Hot Cross Buns
Buttermilk Cake
Maypole Cake
Using Up Excess Easter Eggs

Biscuit Feet

I made Anna-Louise's Redcurrant Tart yesterday so that I could photograph it and following her suggestion of using the left over shortbread dough for biscuits we cut them into feet shapes. Using 'Writing Icing' tubes we turned them into sandals, flip-flops, devils, angels, hippy, stripy and spotty feet. Mike then suggested that we photographed them in different positions, this proved to be great fun and we came up with ...

Kissing Feet (Mike)

Ballet Feet (Tamsin)

Hopping (Carla)

Hop Scotch (Joe)

Pigeon Toed (Carla)

3 Legged Race (Tamsin)

Walking (Carla)

Fallen Out ...

Back together (Joe)

You put your left foot in ...

Your left foot out ... (Joe)

If you can think of any others I will make a fresh batch and add them to the list.

If you want to have a go yourself then I would make 1/2 the quantity of the shortbread dough from Anna-Louise's Redcurrant Tart recipe.