Mini Egg Cookies

Can you quite believe that we are fast approaching Easter? I can't believe we are nearly hitting that time of year, although, I have to say I am very much looking forward to a couple of days off work, the brighter evenings and hopefully a climb in temperatures, as this Winter  has been a long one! I thought to kick off Spring and the Easter celebrations I would share this quick, and super easy Mini Egg Cookie recipe. It's ideal to make for family coming over, or with the little people in our lives during the holidays! It's minimal mess, time and washing up!




200g Butter (I always use Stork when baking but any unsalted butter of your preference will work)
200g Light Brown Sugar
2 Medium Eggs
400g Self Raising Flour
2 packs of Cadbury Mini Eggs
 
1. Preheat your oven to 180c/350f/Gas Mark 4.
2. In a bowl combine the butter and sugar. Whisk the eggs in a separate bowl/cup and keep to the side. Gradually add in flour and egg to butter and sugar mix until they are all well combined.
3. Smash one packet of the Cadbury Mini Eggs (I just did this with a rolling pin and kept them in their packet). Once you’ve done this add them into the cookie dough mix until evenly mixed through.
4. Line 2-3 baking trays (depending on what size you have) with greaseproof baking paper, this will keep your cookies from sticking to your tray and will also help with the washing up!


5. Portion out your cookie dough into balls onto your baking tray and gently flatten. Make sure not to have them too close together on the tray, or they will connect into one big cookie (although, that's not a bad idea, less to share right?!)

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