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Honey Jumbles


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Ingredients

40 piece(s)

Biscuits

  • 120 grams Butter, chopped
  • 340 grams honey
  • 120 grams brown sugar
  • 500 grams plain flour
  • 1 teaspoon bicarb soda
  • 2 teaspoons ground ginger
  • 1 teaspoon mixed spice
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 1 tablespoon Milk

Icing

  • 1 egg white
  • 2 --- cups icing sugar
  • 2 teaspoons lemon juice
  • pink food colouring
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Recipe's preparation

    Biscuits
  1. Add butter, honey and sugar in TM.  Cook 5 mins, 100 deg, speed 2.

    Add remaining ingredients. Blend 10 sec, speed 4.  Scrape down sides. Blend a few more seconds until well combined.

    Allow it cool for 1 hour.

    Preheat oven to 180 deg. Line baking trays with baking paper.  Roll 1 1/2 - 2 tsps of the dough into a ball. Place on tray. Continue with remaining dough. Allow room for spreading.  Bake for 10-12 mins until lightly golden.

    Allow to cool completely.

     

  2. Icing.

    Using a whisk, beat egg white until foaming. Gradually add icing sugar. Stir in lemon juice.  Spread over half cooled biscuits. Tint remaining icing pink.  Spread over remaining biscuits.  Allow to set for 30 mins.

    Enjoy.

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Tip

Traditionally, honey jumbles are wide, finger shaped biscuits. Because it is a lot quicker, I just roll mine into balls. Either way, they are always a hit.  This is also a LARGE batch. Recipe can easily be halved.


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    Submitted by Jo Castaneda on 15. August 2017 - 20:26.

    Great recipe for honey jumbles you have shared over here and at the granite countertops denver site. The recipe seems so easy to try and make, I am so excited and enthused to try this out, thanks friend.

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  • The HONEY JUMBLES seem like a tasy dish and it's...

    Submitted by Jo Castaneda on 31. July 2017 - 01:43.

    The HONEY JUMBLES seem like a tasy dish and it's easy to make as well. With some uk dissertation help, I'm hoping to make this dish at night today. They're looking rather easier to make and I hope it's great too.

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  • I made a batch with the

    Submitted by tonsim80 on 6. January 2016 - 15:17.

    I made a batch with the intention to freeze but kids had other plans!!

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  • Great recipe. I replaced

    Submitted by Janes2701 on 8. November 2015 - 15:06.

    Great recipe. I replaced cloves with cinnamon and added a mix of honey and golden syrup....yum! I also rolled into sausages and then cut Into finger lengths. Once iced they freeze well too! 

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  • In a savoury household i was

    Submitted by AuntyK on 4. February 2015 - 18:24.

    In a savoury household i was surprised when they disappeared in an afternoon. 

    AuntyK

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  • Ah ohhhhhI'm sitting here

    Submitted by Mother Mix on 1. September 2014 - 14:30.

    Ah ohhhhhI'm sitting here eating my second one of these. So yummy! Can't wait for the kids to get home from school and try them!

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  • Great recipe! I thought that

    Submitted by stephd23 on 15. August 2014 - 15:05.

    Great recipe! I thought that I had over-cooked them when they first came out, they went quite crunchy on the edges, but this afternoon they are soft and pillowy. I made the icing in the thermy by whizzing up regular sugar for about 30 secs or so on 10 and then I threw the egg white and lemon juice in. I didn't actually think it would work but it turned out great, just make sure that the sugar isn't grainy at all first.

    Also next time I might try a little less ginger so that the honey flavour comes through a little more, but they really are great. 

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  • Have made two batches of

    Submitted by chantaln84 on 27. March 2014 - 21:01.

    Have made two batches of these within a week! My family's new favourite!

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  • Thanks! These worked out

    Submitted by Calire_r87 on 2. November 2013 - 18:42.

    Thanks! These worked out perfect and taste great!

    Thermomix Consultant, mum of one Smile

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  • Yum - a hit! Thanks

    Submitted by Babblingapril on 28. June 2013 - 09:44.

    Yum - a hit! Thanks tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Great recipe. Might try a

    Submitted by ScrappyFu on 19. March 2012 - 18:57.

    Great recipe. Might try a lighter icing next time though. 

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  • :)great biscuits... But is it

    Submitted by Lynn k on 12. January 2012 - 17:57.

    tmrc_emoticons.)great biscuits... But is it meant to be 180 degrees fan forced or without fan?  Mine were a little over cooked when they cooled down.. But it is difficult to tell when they are cooked because the r so spongy!  Really liked them though!

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  • Tried the shop ones recently

    Submitted by jenkombi on 12. September 2011 - 15:46.

    Tried the shop ones recently only to find they just weren't anywhere as good as I remembered...these however were BETTER!  This is my new favourite biscuit recipe. Thanks  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Just made a batch in my brand

    Submitted by Gotta Cook on 25. August 2011 - 14:54.

    tmrc_emoticons.) Just made a batch in my brand new oven. They had the honor of being the first thing baked in it and they turned out beautifully. Thanks for the recipe. Off to enjoy a couple now for afternoon tea.

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  • I missed your comment about

    Submitted by agrantham81 on 22. August 2011 - 14:04.

    I missed your comment about it being a large batch, should keep us in biscuits for a few days.  They spread more than I expected and rose really well too. They are just cooling, will ice them soon.


     

    Not a day goes by I don't use my thermomix!

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  • I've made honey jumbles using

    Submitted by morte on 22. August 2011 - 13:43.

    I've made honey jumbles using a slightly different recipe, using Thermie, and they work really well. I must try this one, and compare. I'll let you know tmrc_emoticons.)

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    Morte

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  • Well done Lisa for putting

    Submitted by Joy Flint on 21. August 2011 - 16:50.

    Well done Lisa for putting this on.  Going to make them this week so will let you know how they go.

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