3oz caster sugar
9oz plain flour
Cream the butter and sugar together, then add the flour. Mix into a dough (you may need a dribble of milk), and roll out with extra flour, then cut out your biscuits! Cook on a baking tray at 180 degrees for 10 minutes.
The Ozeri scales were easy to use, and it was great they could easily change unit with a press of the obvious "UNIT" button. The choices were: Pounds, Kilograms, Grams and Ounces. This is a great feature as you can use any recipe without have the faff of attempting to convert the measurements.
The LCD display is large and clear, and Tristan was confident reading the numbers as he poured in the various ingredients.
It was also great to see that you can easily press the TARE button, and the display would reset back to zero even with a full or empty mixing bowl on top.
After we rolled out our biscuit dough and used cutters to make little men, we used the alarm feature on the scales to make sure we didn't burn our biscuits. This is a fantastic feature which I've never seen before on digital scales! And as we've recently purchased a new oven with a clock nor timer, this was very useful! With this feature, you can have an audible alarm (great for when the kids distract you) or a flashing light, or both combined!
The scales are delivered with the 2 AAA batteries needed too!
These scales have several amazing features, and it looks great with its mirrored weighing platform, but its true asset that sets it apart from other kitchen scales is its alarm function!
And here are our biscuits! Delicious!
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