Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Who wants a cookie??

I'm going to share with you all one of my most favourite and much loved recipe! It's a recipe for "Sammy Biscuts," and whenever I make these for friends and family they always recieve many compliments. They are super easy to make, and taste fantastic. Have fun!

"Sammy Biscuts"

250g Butter or Margarine, 1/2 C Sugar, 1 395g tin of Sweetened Condensced Milk, 2.5 C Self Raising Flour, and some bits to add, like choc dots, sprinkles, nuts, m&m bits, sultanas etc.

And basically mix it all in together! If I have time, I then take a teaspoon-full of the mixture and roll into a ball, and then lightly flatten it on a tray with the back of a spoon. If I'm in a hurry, then I use two spoons to quickly grab a dollop of the mixture (about a teaspoon, or a bit larger) and then plop it onto the tray, then flatten with the back of a fork. Either way is fine.

So put your cookies evenly spaced apart on a tray with baking paper, and then bake in a 180°C oven for about 10-15 minutes, or until they are a light golden brown colour. They don't take long to cook, so don't walk away and forget about them! Then leave them to cool on the tray for a few minutes, then move them onto a wire rack. Usually makes around 30 biscuts roughly. I usually freeze half of them.


Anonymous said...

Yum! They look great! Must have been the day for cooking... we've (the kids and I) made scones and a coconut cake.

Tozz said...

I have copied the recipe and will give it a go when the weather cools down a bit more and I loose a kilo or two so that I wont worry when I eat them all up :) Yummm

Dawn said...

Wow today I told my girls we would no longer buy bickys but make them and here you put on a recipe to try, thanks will be shopping tom for ingredients, thanks also for joining the UFO challenge,

The Accessory Lady said...

I want a cookie! They look fantastic! Can't go wrong with cookies. :-)

Debs said...

I can taste them already Sam. Pop over to my blog, I have left you something there.

Clair Acres said...

Hmm! They sound delicious, I'll try them this afternoon. Thanks.