A cat-headed biscuit is one of my favourite biscuits to bake.
They are a little bit like a biscuit dipped in a little sweet butter, and the crunch of the inside makes the biscuits more enjoyable to eat.
I like to make them as little as possible to save time, but the best biscuits come from the digestive portion of the biscuit.
The digestives are cooked down to a crunchy consistency, and are then dipped into the butter and baked.
The taste of the digester biscuit will depend on how well you soak it in warm water.
The first step in cooking the digests is to wash the biscuits in warm, soapy water.
To make them less messy, you can also add a few drops of baking powder or salt.
I always try to keep the amount of baking soda in the mix as low as possible, but it is important to watch your baking time.
I try to let my biscuits bake for around a minute and a half.
It takes about 5 minutes for the digesters to absorb all the moisture and be cooked down.
You can also try adding a little water to the mix before baking them.
The last step is to remove them from the oven.
The more you cook the biscuits the more they will get golden brown.
As a rule of thumb, you will want your biscuits to be cooked for around 25-30 minutes at 350F.
If you bake your biscuits for a longer period of time, they will become a bit soggy and the butter will have melted away from them.
I usually make the biscuits a little browner by mixing them with a little olive oil, but this will depend entirely on your own personal taste.
The biscuits are best eaten after they have been cooled down.