Time for something else from my to do list and today it's the turn of item number 7, the Anglesey Cakes. These are sometimes better known as jammy dodgers. These were very easy to make and I don't really know why I hadn't made them sooner. The biscuit dough is similar to that of shortbread as it is made with a 3:2:1 ratio of flour, butter and sugar, very easy to remember and with that ratio you can make as much or as little as you want. I used 12oz self raising flour, 8oz butter and 4oz caster sugar and mixed it all together into a dough. I cut out 46 biscuits using a flower shaped cutter I also used a flower plunger cutter to make the holes in the middle of the biscuits. I then sandwiched the biscuits together to make 26 Anglesey Cakes using my homemade lemon marmalade, it's been lurking in the cupboard since I made it but I am on my second jar now. I ended up giving a big jar to my mum and a smaller one to my brother. These biscuits brought a little bit of sunshine back into the world after the miserable weather we've been having lately. As I've used lemons I'm entering this bake into the one ingredient challenge from Working London Mummy this month hosted by Laura from How to Cook Good Food. And as I made everything from scratch including the marmalade I've also entered this into Made With Love Monday's.And because I've made these in the shape of flowerrs I've also entered into Tea Time Treats run by Karen at Lavender & Lovage who is hosting this month and Kate from What Kate Baked.