Pokemon Iced Biscuit Recipe – GBBO

Eating a Pokemon Iced biscuit

I’m learning my lesson with the Great British Bake Off – watch the episode before completing the bake. Fortunately no-one asked Mary Berry this week about using pre-made fondant icing. I decided rather than this being because this year’s contestants are astute that I would be brave.

A couple of weeks ago Renshaw Baking sent me a selection of fondant icing in their new packaging. I love Renshaw fondant icing, and use it like clockwork for the children’s birthday cakes, which usually due to their demands can only be made with the benefit of coloured icing.Renshaw icingAside from making my own birthday cake (never going to happen), I didn’t really have any bakes on the horizon requiring ready to roll icing until this week’s Great Bloggers Bake Off challenge. I decided I would take the wrath and make my biscuits using pre-made fondant.

I like to think in spite of this I stepped up to the challenge. Pokemon Iced biscuitsI decided to go with Pokemon biscuits as it’s all the children talk about. In going back to school I wanted their lunchbox to have something in it which reminded them of the adventures of the summer. Although by lunchtime I imagine they’ll have forgotten all of the summer and instead be focused on catching up with friends and creating new adventures.

The children aren’t actually massive fans of fondant icing – the offset with delicious shortbread biscuit seemed to work for them and at least they are looking forward to their packed lunch.Eating a Pokemon Iced biscuit

Pokemon Iced Shortbread Biscuits
Yields 20
A fun shortbread biscuit
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Prep Time
30 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
45 min
Prep Time
30 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
45 min
  1. 60g caster sugar
  2. 200g unsalted butter
  3. 1tsp vanilla essence
  4. 300g plain flour
  5. Fondant icing in red, white and black (we used Renshaw 250g packets)
  6. Icing pen in white
  1. Cream together the butter, sugar and vanilla essence.
  2. Knead the flour into the mix to create a dough.
  3. Cover with cling film and put in a fridge for 1 hour.
  4. Take from the fridge and leave for 20mins to maintain room temperature.
  5. Preheat the over to 180 degrees celsius/ gas mark 4.
  6. Take two lengths of cling film and roll the dough between the two to the a thickness required.
  7. Use cutting circles to create biscuits, place on baking sheet and bake for 12-14 minutes, until golden brown.
  8. Using the same cutting circle create half as many circles as biscuits in white and red fondant icing.
  9. Cut fine strips of black fondant, and use a small circle cutter (we used a metal icing head) and create as many smaller circles as biscuits.
  10. Leave the biscuits to cool.
  11. Using the white icing, add a semi-circle of red and white icing, apply the black fondant circle to the middle, and adjoin with a fine line of black icing.
  12. Use the white icing to add a circle to the black fondant circle.
  13. Leave to dry and enjoy.
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    Sarah | Boo Roo and Tigger Too
    September 5, 2016 at 09:39

    I love these, perfect treat after a spot of Pokemon Go hunting too
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    Jenny paulin
    September 5, 2016 at 16:28

    These are amazing! so cool and so on trend at the month with everyone going Pokemon Go and! your fondant icing skills are fab – mine are crap lol! thank you for making them and linking up xx #GBBOBloggers2016 x
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    September 5, 2016 at 20:47

    Ah, you do yourself an injustice. Your biscuits look super neat. As I’ve no idea about pokeman, I’ll have to take your word on the likeness though 😉

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    jacqueline Bellefontaine
    September 6, 2016 at 13:29

    I can see these being very popular

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