Recipe I love: condensed milk biscuits

February 26, 2013

There is not much more delicious out of a can than condensed milk (though Caramel Treat comes a close second), so I decided to try out this condensed milk biscuit recipe from Sasko. Like with peanut butter or chocolate, how wrong could one go?

And thus I discovered a new favourite – easy to make, and sadly, or luckily, very easy to eat (fortunately this recipe makes about 50 biscuits). You can add nuts, choc chips or glace cherries to the mix – I opted for pecan nuts, but I think white or regular chocolate chips would be amazing. Here goes:


250 g butter, softened 180 g sugar 5 ml Moir’s Vanilla Essence 397 g can condensed milk 4 x 250 ml Sasko Cake Flour 10 ml Moir’s Baking Powder Optional extras:250 ml chocolate chips 250 g Moir’s glace cherries 100 g pecan nuts, chopped Add chocolate chips, cherries or pecan nuts to raw dough before shaping.


Cream butter and sugar until soft and creamy, beat in vanilla essence and condensed milk. Gradually add sifted flour and baking powder until mixture is a firm but workable dough. If mixture is very stiff do not add all the flour. Roll dough into balls the size of a walnut, place on a greased baking tray and flatten with a fork. Bake at 180˚C for 10 to 12 minutes until light golden brown.

The cookie dough you must try

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