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#1 boyohboyohboy

Posted 31 January 2013 - 01:38 PM

Hi,

Ive tried the search function, but not getting what Im looking for.


Someone posted the most amazing cookie recipe here maybe a year ago, it makes those yummy chunky cafe style cookies?

All I can remember that the was a can of condensed milk and possibly coconut too, maybe some choc chips (unless I added them myself).

I think no more than 5 ingredients all up?

It made heaps, you could freeze the dough mixture too, and tasted so dam good. happy.gif



Hope that rings a bell for someone?

#2 *JJ*

Posted 31 January 2013 - 01:49 PM

Is this the recipe? I know you can freeze it and I just grabbed it from another site

    500g butter or margarine
    1 tin condensed milk
    1 cup sugar
    5 cups self-raising flour

Cream sugar and butter. Add condensed milk and flour. Roll into teaspoon sized balls and press down with a fork. Place on greased trays and bake in moderate oven (approx 180 degrees C) until golden brown (approximately 10-15 minutes).  For a less ‘floury’ biscuit – substitute half a cup of flour for 1/2 cup of custard powder.

These are some flavours suggested by you!

    Chocolate chips
    Cornflakes and sultanas
    Hundreds and Thousands
    Malted Milk
    Milo and coconut
    Peanut Butter
    Jam drops
    Chocolate (add cocoa)
    Chocolate with Dried Ginger
    Dried Apricot with ginger and rolled in coconut.
    White Chocolate and Macadamia
  



#3 boyohboyohboy

Posted 31 January 2013 - 01:59 PM

Hmmmm...

I can't remember?  huh.gif

Although, I do think the ones I had in mind had coconut in it, Im not so keen on coconut, and remembered it didnt taste bad at all.

If no one comes in with the other recipe, I'll give these one a go though.

     Thanks for searching. biggrin.gif

#4 librablonde

Posted 31 January 2013 - 02:08 PM

QUOTE (*JJ* @ 31/01/2013, 02:49 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
500g butter or margarine
    1 tin condensed milk
    1 cup sugar
    5 cups self-raising flour

Cream sugar and butter. Add condensed milk and flour. Roll into teaspoon sized balls and press down with a fork. Place on greased trays and bake in moderate oven (approx 180 degrees C) until golden brown (approximately 10-15 minutes).  For a less ‘floury’ biscuit – substitute half a cup of flour for 1/2 cup of custard powder.

Those biscuits are great, I've made them many times. I always use the custard powder as it creates a much nicer texture to the biscuit. I make that recipe into jam drops and also into peanut butter and chocolate ones (roll a ball of dough, flatten it slightly, make a well in it with your thumb, put in the well a teaspoon of smooth peanut butter and a few chocolate chips, they all melt together and it's like a Reece's Piece in a biscuit).

Edited by librablonde, 31 January 2013 - 02:10 PM.


#5 Always amazed!

Posted 03 February 2013 - 06:58 PM

Can you freeze this cookie dough.

Have just made a batch and there is heaps there!

#6 Alacritous~Andy

Posted 03 February 2013 - 09:19 PM

QUOTE (seeingstraight @ 03/02/2013, 06:58 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Can you freeze this cookie dough.

Have just made a batch and there is heaps there!


Absolutely you can freeze the dough.  

I make a similar dough, but it has only half the butter.  

250g butter
2 eggs
1 cup sugar
1 tin condensed milk
1 cup desicated coconut
1 cup rolled oats
2 cups "favourite things" eg choc chips, chopped nuts, dried fruit, etc
4 cups SR flour (give or take depending on the add-ins and how dry they are)

I make the above with added brewers yeast, flaxseed meal, and double the oats (reduce flour accordingly) as breastfeeding cookies.  Usually with dried cranberries and white chocolate, and a bit of cardamon.

#7 Always amazed!

Posted 04 February 2013 - 05:36 AM

Thankyou! I froze 2 hugs logs as well as made over 20 biscitus! sooooo good!

#8 Always amazed!

Posted 04 February 2013 - 05:37 AM

Thankyou! I froze 2 hugs logs as well as made over 20 biscitus! sooooo good!

#9 Franni

Posted 04 February 2013 - 06:20 AM

is it the recipe pinned at the top of the large family section?




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