Classic Shortbread Cookies - Just 3 ingredients. They are so good they melt in your mouth.

Classic Shortbread Cookies

Classic Shortbread Cookies – it only takes 3 ingredients to make these mouthwatering shortbread cookies. These shortbread cookies melt in your mouth.

A buttery and delicious shortbread recipe from Mary Berry. The secret ingredient is semolina for that extra crunch! Finish with a sprinkle of demerara sugar.

The Very Best Shortbread

Mary says, "I like to use semolina as well as flour to give the shortbread crunch, but you can use cornflour or ground rice instead. My Grandma used rice flour.

Pineapple Cremora tart 500 g coffee creamer (powder)250 ml boiling water 2 cans Nestlé condensed milk, cooled in the fridge250 ml lemon juice 410 g crushed pineapple12 Tennis biscuits Dissolve the Cremora coffee creamer in boiling water and set aside to cool. Stir in condensed milk, beat until stiff. Beat lemon juice in gradually and stir in the crushed pineapple. Arrange biscuits into a flat, square tart dish and pour over mixture. Put into the fridge and allow to set before decorating with…

Pineapple Cremora tart 500 g coffee creamer ml boiling water 2 cans…

In Greece this gorgeous tart is more commonly known as galaktoboureko – layers of filo pastry enclosing a thick custard, then soaked with a lemon-spiked syrup. Lisa's recipe tastes just like a Greek holiday – it's a must-try recipe.

Lisa Faulkner’s Greek custard tart

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