VALENTINE’S DAY DELIGHTS FOR YOUR SWEETIE WITH KIRSTIE
& COOKING ARTICLE
Watch the following video for a step by step guide
on how to produce delicious, caramel filled millionaire
shortbread biscuits for your Valentine
Kirstie Allsopp cooks Millionaire
of us would be happy to receive flowers or chocolates
from our love on Valentines Day, but theres
nothing better than being given something homemade
and from the heart.
Well, one woman who knows all about how special homemade
things can be is Kirstie Allsopp, who loves treating
her husband to scrumptious desserts and puddings.
And with Valentines Day coming up she has created
the perfect romantic treat to put a smile on your
valentines face as well!
Putting a sweet spin on the classic British biscuit,
Kirstie teaches us how to whip up delicious heart
shape millionaire shortbread biscuits using Carnation
caramel filling. And the good news is they take next
to no time to prepare, leaving plenty of time for
holding hands and snuggling up on the big day!
In the following video, she shows you just how simple
it is to make these millionaire caramel shortbread
biscuits. So grab your apron and mixing bowl and get
set to make February the 14th one to remember for
FILLED MILLIONAIRE SHORTBREAD BISCUITS
"Make your loved one a sweet treat this
February 14th with these heart shaped Millionaires'
shortbread - crumbly biscuit sandwiched with caramel
and drizzled with dark and white chocolate."
125g (4½oz) butter, softened
55g (3½oz) caster sugar
½tsp vanilla extract
140g (5oz) plain flour
Half a 397g can Carnation Caramel
55g (2oz) dark chocolate
55g (2oz) Nestlé Milkybar
oven to 170°C (150°C for fan ovens) / Gas
butter and sugar with the vanilla until pale and fluffy.
Add the flour and mix well. Chill the dough for 10
out on a floured surface to 3mm thickness and cut
out biscuits using a 3cm heart shaped cookie cutter
(it should make 36 hearts, if you keep rolling and
to parchment lined baking sheets and bake for 8-10
serve, spread some of the caramel onto half the biscuits
and sandwich back together with the remaining biscuits.
Melt the chocolate in separate bowls. Drizzle the
chocolate over the biscuits and leave to set.
with tea or coffee or pop one in your Valentines
lunchbox for a special treat!
can freeze the dough if you dont want to bake
it all at once. Wrap tightly in a double layer of
cling film it will keep for about a month.
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