I left the recipe for these tea biscuits in my booklet, instead of tearing it out. I would have forgotten what the photographs were had I not suddenly found the recipe. Just four ingredients are needed to make these so I hope you give them a try.
I have a super power! My special ability is shuffling papers around my desk. I am in the habit of printing off things that need to be done. My reason for this is that I like to make notes. And each piece of paper serves as a reminder for what need to be attended to. At present I have an invoice for two pairs of pants that I am waiting for. One will need to go back to the store, but until my online order arrives, I won’t know which one. There are booking conformations for various places we are staying at. Notes include cancellation dates as well as the deposit amount paid. I am also in the process of typing up my four training routines. I need to laminate them and make the gym look a little but tidier. This task will be completed today.
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For a week I ignored the papers and only realized this morning that something should have been attended to on Monday! This is why I write notes, because at night and over the weekend I switch off from work. And I need the visual reminder of what needs to be attended to. Thankfully, an extra few days in this instance did not make a difference. I have set aside all the quotations for the blinds and curtains so that I can visually compare them. And I have a copy of a credit card statement where we have been charged for travel insurance that I have not yet taken up. I am still waiting to hear about our overseas trip. The last item waiting for my attention is a bill. Thankfully it can be paid off, but I would forget to do so had I not printed it.
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- 155 g softened butter
- 192 g condensed milk
- 300 g self raising flour
- 35 g desiccated coconut
- Preheat your oven to 180° Celsius
- Place the butter and condensed milk into a mixing bowl and mix to combine
- Add the flour and coconut and fold in to combine
- Weigh off 22g - 25g pieces of dough and roll each one into a ball
- Place onto a lined baking sheet and press each one down with the palm of your hand to 1cm thick
- Place into the oven and bake for 13 minutes
- Remove from the oven and leave to cool completely on the tray before storing in an airtight container
Inspiration published on Lavender and Lime May 21:
Do you print things out and make notes for items that need to be attended to?