Volcanic Biscuits (from CBBC’s Junior Bake Off)

Hello everyone, sophofbread here. I’ve been really enjoying watching Junior Bake Off on BBC iPlayer recently. It’s the children’s version of The Great British Bake Off and I enjoy it more than the original! The recipes they choose look much tastier (and more fun to bake!) than the ones they make in GBBO that often take 6 hours and include ingredients you’ve never heard of. Sam and Mark are great presenters, Nadiya and Allegra are fantastic judges and the contestants are talented, calm and funny.

After watching one of the Junior Bake Off episodes I was feeling very hungry and dying to make something yummy. I decided on these Volcanic Biscuits. I love ginger beer and chocolate and these biscuits didn’t look too hard. I’m very happy with the result, they look and taste amazing and they were very fun to make. I do admire the people on Bake Off that do it with a time limit and get them all looking identical, mine were various sizes.

If I made these again (which I’m sure I will) I would cook them for slightly shorter because mine were a little overdone, I’d also weigh out all the ingredients before starting because I ended up rushing parts of the bake. The chocolate, texture of the biscuits and the chewy bits of crystallised ginger went so well together. Washed down with home-made Ginger Beer these are quite the treat. Find the recipe here… http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/thingstodo/jbo-volcanic-biscuits

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2 thoughts on “Volcanic Biscuits (from CBBC’s Junior Bake Off)

    • Thanks! The recipe for the biscuits I linked also gives instructions for the ginger beer. It’s 150g whole root ginger grated, add 5 tbsp honey, zest of 2 lemons and the juice of 3 then crush together with rolling pin. Add 1 litre of sparkling water and let it stand for 10 minutes then sieve out all the bits. 🙂

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