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Ted Lasso Biscuit Recipe

Ted Lasso Biscuit Recipe Recipe By: Cece Kirkwood 

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Ah, Ted Lasso. The guy who teaches us time and time again to BELIEVE. 

He also taught us how to bake the most delicious biscuits to be put in a cute little pink box. 

Using my traditional Scottish shortbread recipe from my grandma, this is my spin on Ted Lasso’s deliciously buttery and flakey shortbread biscuits.

As Ted Lasso said “I think things come into our lives to help us get from one place to a better one” … this shortbread recipe is one of those great things. 

So grab your butter, dawn your AFC Richmond jersey and let’s get to baking. 

The Process 

We are going to follow the same basic steps in my shortbread cookie recipe, so after pre-measuring the ingredients and getting out your electric mixer, preheat the oven to 325ºF. 

ted lasso biscuit recipe ingredients pre measured into small glass bowls

Mix Up the Shortbread Cookie Dough 

First things first, add the butter to a bowl and using either a standing mixer with the paddle attachment or a handheld mixer, cream the butter for 3 full minutes at medium-high speed until the butter is extremely fluffy. Do not short change this time. Set a timer for the full 3 minutes and let the mixer do its thing. 

Once the full three minutes is up, wipe down the sides of the bowl and add in the vanilla. Then, turn the mixer back on for 30 – 60 seconds on medium to incorporate the vanilla into the butter. 

Then, wipe down the sides of the bowl once again. 

In a separate bowl, sift together flour, powdered sugar, salt & baking powder. Gradually add the dry ingredients into the butter mixture. I normally add the dry ingredients in 3-4 batches. Add a little bit in, turn on the mixer for about 30 seconds, wipe down the bowl and repeat until all the dry ingredients are added. 

Press the Ted Lasso Biscuit Recipe into the pan 

Once the dough is all mixed together, this is where we branch off from the traditional recipe. Instead of scooping out the dough into individual cookies, we will press the Ted Lasso Biscuit dough into an 8×8 or 9×9 greased and lined pan. 

Ensure the dough is leveled evenly across the pan. You can use a rubber spatula or your hands to spread everything evenly around. 

Bake the Ted Lasso Biscuit Recipe 

This is a thick cookie so the Ted Lasso Biscuit takes a bit of time to bake. You’ll bake these biscuits for about 35 – 40 minutes, but start checking around 30 minutes. 

Bake the cookies until the edges are golden and the dough is set. The biscuits need to completely cool in the pan before removing. Once completely cooled, gently remove the biscuits from the pan and trim off any uneven edges. 

Ted Lasso likes his biscuits precise and even, so cut carefully! 

Once the biscuits are cut, pack those cuties into those tiny cute pink boxes and hand them out to anyone and everyone you know. 

The Tips 

Do I need an electric mixer to make these cookies?

Yes, you do need an electric mixer to whip the butter up into a very fluffy and light state. Either a hand held or standing electric mixer will work! 

Why is this recipe in grams?

Baking is a science and in science you want things to be exact and precise. The best way to do this is by weighing out your ingredients using a simple scale. Ever baked a cookie using the same recipe, yet somehow it turns out slightly different each time? That is because when measuring by volume, you can’t be as precise. It is vital that your ingredient ratios are accurate for a reliable bake every time.

How long do the cookies last in the fridge?

I think these cookies are 1,000% better when chilled so once cooled, place these cookies in an airtight container and pop them back into the fridge. The cookies will stay fresh for up to 10 days in the fridge. 

The Ted Lasso Biscuit Recipe

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Ted Lasso Biscuit Recipe

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  • Author: Cece
  • Prep Time: 20 min
  • Cook Time: 35 min
  • Total Time: 55 min
  • Yield: 12 Biscuits

Ingredients

Instructions

  • First things first, preheat the oven to 325 and pre-measure your ingredients.
  • Next, line baking sheet pans with parchment or silicone mats and now get to baking!
  • Cream the butter in an electric mixer for 3 full minutes at medium-high speed until the butter is extremely fluffy.
  • Wipe down the sides of the bowl and add in the vanilla and turn the mixer back on for about 30 seconds on medium speed until it is fully incorporated.
  • Wipe down the sides of the bowl once again.
  • Sift together flour, powdered sugar, salt & baking powder and gradually add the dry ingredients into the butter until smooth and the dough is fairly stiff.
  • Once the dough is all mixed together, this is where we branch off from the traditional recipe. Instead of scooping out the dough into individual cookies, we will press the Ted Lasso Biscuit dough into an 8×8 or 9×9 greased and lined pan.
  • Ensure the dough is leveled evenly across the pan. You can use a rubber spatula or your hands to spread everything evenly around.
  • This is a thick cookie so the Ted Lasso Biscuit takes a bit of time to bake. You’ll bake these biscuits for about 35 – 40 minutes, but start checking around 30 minutes.
  • Bake the cookies until the edges are golden and the dough is set. The biscuits need to completely cool in the pan before removing. Once completely cooled, gently remove the biscuits from the pan and trim off any uneven edges.
  • Ted Lasso likes his biscuits precise and even, so cut carefully!
  • Once the biscuits are cut, pack those cuties into those tiny cute pink boxes and hand them out to anyone and everyone you know.

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