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How to crush biscuits

posted 21-12-2010 @ 11:56 AM www
How to crush biscuits

I made rum balls last week, and had to crush biscuits - tried the rolling pin trick but still couldn't get the pieces small enough.

The rum balls all were eaten though!

Any good tips and tricks, please
posted 21-12-2010 @ 11:57 AM www

An a electric blender would have done the trick, but I would crush them as best you can with your hands first.

posted 21-12-2010 @ 12:05 PM www

I use a potato masher, sounds crazy, but works well, especially when I make Lolly cake
posted 21-12-2010 @ 12:06 PM www

Food processor.
posted 21-12-2010 @ 12:09 PM www

'How to crush biscuits'

My first thought was to be really mean to them. That can be pretty crushing. :P

Sorry! I'm going to bed!! Yeah, yeah...stop cheering, gibbo!
posted 21-12-2010 @ 12:19 PM www

Food processor if you want powder.

I normally just do the rolling pin and the plastic bag when I am doing hedgehogs, but having big chunks of scotch finger biscuits in hedgehogs is really really good.
posted 21-12-2010 @ 12:24 PM www

Originally posted by Veritas
'How to crush biscuits'

My first thought was to be really mean to them. That can be pretty crushing. :P

Sorry! I'm going to bed!! Yeah, yeah...stop cheering, gibbo!

How about ..."You're all such a crummy lot"!!!

posted 21-12-2010 @ 12:34 PM www

Oh dear Veritas! Goodnight:)

Woo hooooo!!!!!
posted 21-12-2010 @ 12:37 PM www

Food processor, doesnt have to be fancy. Saves so much time if your making alot. Although Ive done them with the rolling pin before and didnt mind the odd chunky bit in the rum balls actually.
posted 21-12-2010 @ 12:42 PM www

I always use my food processor:spin:
posted 21-12-2010 @ 12:49 PM www

food processor here too... they make the perfect rumballs, just use the pulse button until your happy with the consistency. :thumbup:
posted 21-12-2010 @ 12:54 PM www

Food processor always works for me
BUT I also use plastic bag and rolling pin if I want some texture.
Most recipes call for Marie or Granita biscuits but if you want a really smooth texture try the Arnotts Rice Cookies.
They are gluten free so crumble very easily.
The packaging is same as Granita and I find they are usually on the shelf at head height.
posted 21-12-2010 @ 01:02 PM www

put them in three snap lock bags and let the kids jump on them
posted 21-12-2010 @ 01:15 PM www

OMG White Chocolate, I've just googled lolly cake!! Definitely making that for xmas, there's a New Zealand lolly store in the next suburb, so hopefully will be able to find those fruit puffs and the malt biscuits.
posted 21-12-2010 @ 01:28 PM www

No cooking required, Eskimos or Penguins are good from the Confectionary shop, but the best are the Fruit Puff, they have better colours and if you don't have a Confect shop, yellow bananas does the trick and Paradise Malt Biscuits are way easier to crush then any other malt biscuit.
posted 21-12-2010 @ 11:15 PM www

I place covered in three shopping bags and reverse the car over them a couple of times. Works a treat andfinely crushed!
posted 21-12-2010 @ 11:18 PM www

I am common as muck and just put about 6 in the same packet they came in, wrap, and roll a glass over them with a bit of pressure. Gets them to a nice consistency. Good arm workout as well :)
posted 21-12-2010 @ 11:27 PM www

I have some really tough plastic bags, empty the biscuits into it tie a knot with no air in the bag wrap in a tea towel and stomp on them.
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