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How to Decorate Galaxy Biscuits

This quick and easy decorating technique will be sure to give you stars in your eyes.

Method

  1. Bake your biscuits (we have done a mixture of circle and star shapes) and leave them to fully cool on a cooling rack. In the meantime make up four lots of icing (to a fairly thick consistency) by mixing icing sugar with a drop of water. If your icing becomes too runny add a touch more icing sugar. Colour each lot of icing using a few drops of black, dark purple and pink food colouring and leave one batch of icing white.

  2. Pipe the black icing around the rim of the biscuit.

  3. Fill the centre with a thick rim of purple icing.

  4. Pipe a smaller circle of the pink icing in the centre.

  5. Top the pink icing with a small blob of white icing.

  6. Using a cocktail stick swirl around the colours to create a galaxy pattern.

  7. You can add additional small flecks of white icing as stars. Allow to set before serving.

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