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MIM: Scooby Snacks

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Scooby Snacks! For people!

This recipe was found by someone I work with for something and to further the project I made them. It was found from the schoobyaddicts website I believe.

First things first, don’t follow the recipe to the letter. Because you’ll accidentally make toffee instead of biscuits. When it says “melt the butter in a sauce pan and stir in sugar until it dissolves” I’m pretty sure they don’t mean “melt the butter in a sauce pan and stir in the sugar until it dissolves.” because once it’s cool it’s solid… Pretty sure they mean “melt the butter in a sauce pan and stir inTO THE sugar until it dissolves”. So, having followed it to the letter in the first attempt, I just went with it. I melted the butter on the side of the aga then added the sugar OFF THE HEAT and stirred it together until it combined.

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I used whole wheat flour to make it more scooby snack like and used self raising instead of adding the baking powder. However when I had everything together it was very wet. Maybe ┬áthe butter needed to be boiling hot or something, I don’t know. I ended up adding A LOT of flour and coconut to the original mix – about 8 tablespoons in the end – to get it to a dough like consistency that could be moulded and turned into biscuits.

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Then it was just a case of molding them into triangles and carving in SD. Which wasn’t the easiest. I quickly got bored.

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As there’s an egg in the recipe the biscuits spread. Also to get them cooked I had to leave them a little while and they ended up very crunchy. They were well received but I think if I need to make them again I’ll find another recipe.

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