Bloomin' Big Happy Face Biscuit
by Carole H for £5.00
15th August 2006
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A couple are cute with hair etc but a couple others were downright scary - my 7 year old said they would give her nightmares, so I ate those to save her from the trauma they may have caused (I'm good like that).
Anyhow, with the help of a few 'Funmums', I decided on the Happy Face that looked the happiest and carefully cut the face out of the dough (after I had transferred it to a floured baking tray) and I must admit, it looked pretty good. I then cooked the biscuit in exactly the same way as the 1st biscuit.
Then after both halves had cooled I made the icing (200g soft marg and 500g icing sugar mixed together) and I split an original biscuit to see exactly how it was spread inside and I was amazed to see it was in little blobs, like a pretty flower pattern, so i did the same (on a larger scale of course).
I then finished the filling off by putting jam in the middle of the flower and carefully placing the 'face' biscuit on the top (being careful not to break the face in the process because this would have been a disaster).
Then it was finished! I had done it! Created the ultimate 'pimped' master-piece - the Bloomin Big Happy Face Biscuit which I named 'Dunk-an'!!! He measured a massive 27cms in diameter and weighed a lot (forgot to weigh him!)
I did it in the name of all Funmums out there and of course for the enjoyment/entertainment of my children (as any good mother would). When 'Dunk-an' was finished I felt like I had created another child of my own - so you can imagine my devistation when my husband cut him into bits - mind you, HE TASTED GOOOOOD!!!