Biscuits and Tea for a Witches Gathering!
Get your kitchen witch on and create sugary Moon biscuit that goes excellent with any cup of tea for any occasion. These little biscuits not only look magical but last for an entire Moon phase, making them great to have on hand for when someone pops around for a chat.
If I haven’t eaten all the biscuits before they’ve cooled, I personally use these little biscuits as the “sweetener” for herbal teas instead of adding sugar.
These Moon biscuits give a little magical touch when preforming divination services such as a tea leaf reading or having a cup of tea whilst having your cards read.
Let’s jump into the kitchen and weave some magic!
Moon Biscuit Ingredients
I love this recipe because of its simplicity. Most of these ingredients are found in all homes!
- 115g Unsalted Butter, Softened
- 1/3 Cup White Sugar
- 1 Cup All Purpose Flour
- 1/4 Cup Cornflour
- 1/2 tsp Salt
You’ll also need an oven, mixer with paddle attachment, baking tray, baking paper, mixing bowl and a cookie cutter (preferably one shaped like a half moon)
- Preheat oven to 180C
- Grease baking tray or line it with baking paper
- Get a mixer with a paddle attachment
- Cream butter and sugar together until light and fluffy
- Sift together flour, cornflour and salt
- Add little by little to the butter mixture
- Combined until the mixture turns to dough
- Lightly flour a surface to knead the dough
- Knead until a firm ball forms
- Roll out dough to 1 cm thick and cut out shapes
- Bake for 15 minutes or until golden
You don’t have to cut these little biscuits into moons. If you roll out the dough, try popping some lace over the top as an imprint, it adds an extra touch of beauty and magic!
Dig In but be careful!
These little biscuits are fast way to ground yourself as they are sugary and additive to the nines! Try not to eat them all (like I do every time) as these biscuits last a long time if stored properly and make great offerings for the spirits.
Get creative! Shape your biscuits in to half moons, full moons, add glazes, edible glitter or sprinkles. This recipe is very basic short bread cookie recipe and can be modified in anyway you see fit! If you create smaller biscuits, these will make an excellent treat for lunch boxes and keep the energy of the Moon flowing with you for days of consumption.
Throw a moon gathering! Invite your pagan brothers and sisters around for tea and biscuits and let the creative magic flow.