Biscuits flavoured with Rose Essential Oil


Summer, it's time to take a break under a blossoming tree. Ice-cold lemonade in one hand and the essential oil flavoured biscuits in the other. These biscuits are original and simple. Use the rose oil for baking and let yourself be carried off to faraway lands. If you like other essential oils too, you can replace the rose oil with another one, such as orange, lemon or bergamot oil. Would you like to learn more about essential oils and their use for cooking? Click on the following link:




195 g finely ground Flour

75 g Powdered Sugar

150 g Butter

3 egg Yolks

Organic Rose Oil – 1 or 2 drops




Beat softened butter with sugar, egg yolks and 1-2 drops of rose essential oil. (You can add more drops if you’d like. Be careful though, the essential oils are very concentrated). 


Sift flour and add it to the mixture. Using a food processor at a low speed, mix all the ingredients until a dough is formed. Then put the dough on a floured surface and shape it into a ball. Do not add any more flour. Then wrap the dough in a plastic foil and let it rest in the fridge overnight.


The next day:


Preheat the oven to 180 °C. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Roll out the dough on a lightly floured surface to a thickness of about 0,5 cm. Don't forget to use an engraved rolling pin to transfer the desired pattern onto the dough. As flowers are our main motive for today, I chose the rolling pin with flowers. Cut out the biscuit flowers with a biscuit cutter. Then place the biscuits on the prepared baking sheet and bake for about 10 minutes. Finally, leave to cool.


HERE you will find our video showing you how to make biscuits with patterns. Making these original biscuits is fun and super easy! offers more than 36 models of engraved rolling pins, each of them is available in two sizes. The mini version is also great for kids who will surely love to help make biscuits!


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Engraved rolling pin with flowers for biscuits decorating



28.06.2021 |

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