My children absolutely love decorating iced biscuits. I don’t mind it either because it’s not as messy and there are lots of left over lollies! Did I just say that. Haha
When you’re looking for a quick and easy cooking activity to do with the kids these school holidays or you’ve got them stuck indoors, get them to decorate some iced biscuits.
Recommended age: 3 years +
(Strict and active supervision is required at all times)
To do this cooking activity with your kids and decorate iced biscuits yourselves, you’ll need –
- 12 x basic sugar biscuit (we used Marie biscuits)
- 1/2 cup – icing sugar (or confectionary sugar)
- 1/4 – water (only as required)
- food colouring (optional)
- mixed lollies
Decorating iced biscuits
It’s highly recommended that before you get your children into the kitchen, prepare everything you need.
Add a tablespoon amount of water to a half a cup of dry icing sugar (confectionary sugar).
Add in a drop or two of food colouring.
As you can see, children can be as creative as they like!
It’s wonderful to see their decorated biscuits complete.
I was fortunate to be able to enjoy some of these delicious biscuits for my birthday last year.
They turned out to be a fun family activity.
How many lollies do you think you’d add to one biscuit?