So here at Page One we LOVE books. But you know what we also like? Biscuits! Both Ash and I enjoy some degree of baking (we’re hoping to have a book cake-off at a later date- keep an eye out) and of course, who doesn’t like biscuits? When the books and biscuits come together to pay a yummy homage some of the greats, well, then we’re all over it.
Here are some of my favorite book biscuits:
Gone With The Wind – Margaret Mitchell
These gorgeous biscuits come from Oh, Sugar! Events. Aren’t they lovely? I love how they seem to capture Scarlett’s resting bitch face.
You can find them on Facebook here: Oh Sugar! Events
You can also visit their website here: Oh Sugar! Events
Alice In Wonderland – Lewis Carroll
As you should know by now, I’m an Alice fan, so I absolutely love these! They’re dainty and elegant, plus they use the original artwork. How detailed are these?
You can find them on Facebook here: Arty McGoo
You can also visit their website here: Arty McGoo
Dr Seuss – One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
I know, I know, I’m starting to gush – but these are stunning! I think they’re from a book called One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, written in the 1960s and was meant to help improve reading through rhyme.
You can visit their website here: Ellie’s Bites Decorated Cookies
Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen
Yet another classic (or classics) made even better by being beautiful and edible. I love how they’ve used the book covers to make some stunning looking biscuits.
You can find them on Facebook here: Songbird Sweets
You can also visit their website here: Songbird Sweets
Twilight – Stephenie Meyer
Okay, so not really classic literature and loved by some, hated by others – but there’s no denying these biscuits were made by an extremely talented lady. Look at the detail! They’re so neat too and that takes a patience that I could never have.
You can find these here: Lizy B Cookies
Do you have any yummy bakes to share?