Ahhh yoyos, you never cease to fail me. These are my go-to treats for when I need a little sugar hit. They are small enough so you don't feel guilty, and big enough to leave you feeling satisfied. Did I mention how delicious they were? The only thing better than having a yoyo with a nice cuppa, is having a passionfruit flavoured one.
This recipe creates the perfect crumbly, melts-in-your-mouth biscuit texture while the addition of passionfruit gives the otherwise ordinary yoyo an unexpected twist.
xx Jenee C.
xx Jenee C.
|Passionfruit yoyos perfect for morning tea.|
|Make sure you sifting the sugar and flour to create an airy melt-in-mouth texture.|
|Biscuit dough ready to be rolled into balls|
|Roll dough into teaspoon size ball.|
|Flatten with a fork dipped in flour to 1cm thickness|
|Finished yoyos with passionfruit icing. Serve with icing sugar sprinkled over.|
250g unsalted butter
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 cup sifted icing sugar
2 cup sifted plain flour
1/3 cup sifted corn starch
6og butter, softened
1tbsp passionfruit pulp
1 cup sifted icing sugar
1. Preheat oven to 160 degrees Celcius and line cookie trays with parchment paper.
2. With a mixer on medium-high, cream butter, vanilla and sugar till light and fluffy.
3. Sift flour into mixture, beat on low speed till dough is formed.
4. Roll a teaspoon of mixture into small ball. Place on tray. Using a clean fork dipped in flour, flatten each ball to 1cm thickness.
5. Bake for 15 minutes or until firm. Cool completely before use.
6. Prepare passionfruit icing: with a mixer, cream butter, sugar and passionfruit pulp till mixture is light and fluffy.
7. Spread one side of one biscuit with 1 teaspoon of filling. Top with another biscuit and repeat. Dust with icing sugar to serve.
Recipe adapted from taste.com.au
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