Wilkos launches make your own gin cookies kit - a steal for just £5

Bring out the boozy biscuits!

Cookie dough
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Bake yourself or your loved ones a tasty treat this Christmas

Forget festive mince pies with added whisky, these Wilkos gin cookies are crafted to delight your taste buds - all you need is a gin advent calendar for the a festive season full of merriment.

With the addition of lemon for the zesty flavour,these cookies will just melt-in-your-mouth.

But before you start drooling, you will have to bake them yourself - but the method is easy - simply add eggs, butter and gin and voila!

Make Your Own Gin Cookies

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DEAL IN FULL: The Wilkos make your own Gin Cookies kit - £5

No serving of scrumptious lemon gin cookies would be complete without a special gin glass shaped cookie cutter to make them look the part too.

Unfortunately the cookie dough is not suitable formilk, soya and egg allergy sufferers due to manufacturing methods.

Ingredients include - lemon flavour cookie mix, enriched wheat flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), sugar, dextrose, flavourings, salt, acidity regulator (citric acid).

Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.


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Wilkos gin cookie kit

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With the keepsake cookie cutter it enables you to make some non-alcoholic cookies too - either divide the mixture evenly before adding the gin to one half only, or simply make a new batch of cookie dough and don't add the gin.

But make sure you clearly mark which is alcoholic and which isn't or there will be trouble.

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Making your own sweet treats is not only more thoughtful, but also shows that you have put time and effort into making the perfect gift for someone you love.

The metal cookie cutter enables you to make them time and time again - and experiment with other festive flavours.

Or if you'd prefer to keep the cookie mix in the tin and give it as an unbaked gift to someone who you think is better at baking then make sure you pop round over the festive period to taste the baked good gift.

After all, we've all got that one friend who can cook like like Mary Berry...

Selina Maycock
Selina Maycock

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