Marie Biscuits Recipe - How to Make Marie Biscuits at Home with step wise pictures.
Marie biscuits can be made easily at home. This biscuits taste so good just like the real ones. This biscuits can be stored in a air tight container for 3 to 4 days.
A wonderful recipe for marie biscuits adapted here.
This recipe taste just like the real ones. No joking. This taste even better than real marie biscuits. The biscuits turn out crispy and flaky. Perfect to enjoy with your cup of coffee or tea. The biscuits are eggless and is super easy to make. Just try to roll the biscuits thin so it will stay crispy.
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Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you.
Marie Biscuits Recipe - How to Make Marie Biscuits at Home
- Unsalted Butter - 30 grams
- Milk - ⅛ cup 30 ml
- All Purpose Flour / Maida - 1 ¼ cup 150 grams
- Salt a pinch
- Sugar - ¼ cup 50 grams
- Baking Soda / Cooking Soda - ¼ tsp
MY 1 CUP MEASURES 240 ml
- Take milk, sugar, baking soda in a sauce pan and heat it up.
- Cook till sugar melts and it comes to a good boil. Take it off the heat and set aside to cool.
- Preheat oven to 160 degree C.
- Take flour, butter and salt in a bowl. Use a fork to rub the butter into the flour.
- Once it is mixed, add the liquid and form into a dough.
- Now take a portion of dough and roll it thin.
- Cut it using round cutter.
- Arrange it in a baking tray which is lined with parchment paper and bake for 8 - 10 mins.
- Remove and cool on a wire rack completely.
- Store in a air tight container.
1)Take milk in a sauce pan.
2)Add in sugar
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3)Add baking soda
4)Heat it and cook till it comes to a boil.
6)It will get frothy.
7)Bring it to a boil.
8)Take it off the heat.
9)Cool it down.
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10)Take flour in a bowl.
11)Add in a salt.
12)Add in butter.
13)Rub it well into the flour
15)Add in the milk mix
16)Take the dough.
17)Roll it into a thin roti like.
18)Cut it using a cutter.
19)Now it is cut.
21)Arrange it in a parchment lined tray.
22)Now it is all lined up.
23)Prick it all over using a fork.
24)Ready to bake.
25)Bake till light golden.
26)Remove and cool it down.
Can we substitute Maida with wheat flour. Thank you.
I was waiting for you to post this recipe.
I would like to try this with whole wheat.
Is it ok to replace wheat in place of Maida
or do I need to change the measurements?
It is very encouraging god bless you all, now I can know who to do this
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Hi Aarthi, does this Marie biscuit turn out good if we use whole wheat flour?
Thank you for this recipe. Turned out very tasty and kids enjoyed.
hello, your recipe is very interesting. can I gluten free flour blend instead of maida. thanks.
I want to ask 1 thing in summer their is any prob in these cookies like little harder in bight... Last tym in winter i tried ur receipe its so prefect in test and also crispy. But today i found its little hard in bight... So plz replyyyyyy
I haven’t tested it, but I would guess that’s because the butter melted before getting into the oven. Try to use cold butter and maybe refrigerate between steps.
Ur receipe is awesome my hubby n familly member like these coconut cookies so much.. I want to ask 1 thisng thei is any difference in making cookies in summer or winter bcz many time i tried this recipe in winter and cookies was awesome in taste and also crispy... But today i tried this recipe in summer so cookies are not found perfect i found little harder in bight... So i think its main reson is summer butter melted so fast so when i maked i found the dough is little softer... Cookies not gating proper shap... Plzzz reply
if cookie dough is too soft. put it in frdige for 15 mins and then make cookies.
Thank you very much for the recipe. The biscuits tasted just like the store bought ones that my mother-in-law asked me why they were warm - she didn't expect that they were homemade ☺️
I measured using weight, but when I made the dough, I felt it was a bit dry and added a spot of milk and some ghee. Was that the right thing to do? If I want it a little more crumbly and a little less sweet, can I increase butter and reduce sugar? Do you think that will work?
Excellent recipe and presentation! I'm eager to try this out. Thank you so much.
It turned out better than the shop ones. Thank you. If only we could use wheat flour instead of maida.
Yup. You can even make chewy nutty cookies out of Marie biscuits. Get the recipe here and try them out.
Great recipe, my family and I loved it! Thank you so much! ♥
So if you are looking for a biscuit cake, do try this Marie Biscuit recipe, which is also perfect for vegetarians, as it is eggless.
Tried this recipe and my kids loved it. Can I add cocoa powder to my dough to make the chocolate version? Thank you so much
yes u can. remove a tblsp of flour and add a tblsp of cocoa
I found the quantity of milk is not enough and it was too difficult to add extra in once I had mixed it into the flour. If you are going to make this, you definitely need to use more milk or butter for a better dough to work with.
Love your blog! One question though, can I use wheat flour instead of Maida using the same measurements? I'm making it for my one year old and we don't eat maida at home.
I would like to bake some of these for my niece. She loves marie biscuits and we can't get any as we are in a containment zone. All I have is ghee. Can I somehow replace it for butter?
Hi ! What do you suggest if I were to replace apf, is wheat flour a better choice or oats flour ?
wheat flour would be better
Thank you for this recipe! Do you flip them over in the oven? mine only got brown on the bottom so i had to flip them to get them to crisp up on the other side
no i didnt flip them. once you take them out of oven, it will remain soft. but as it cools it will harden
i liked your recipe method
Hi aarthi, when u say thin like roti what cm or inches we are looking at?
May be 1 cm thickness
wow! so nice, I will try it
How nice it really came in handy for my daughter thanks alot👍
I made these with gluten free flour because I'm celiac, and they turned out PERFECTLY! Great recipe! Thank you so much!
Can you make these chocolate flavored?
Yes you can make chocolate flavoured. Remove 1 tbsp of flour and replace it with cocoa pwoder.