Sunday 13 October 2013

Cookie baking 101

On Friday my little baker and I set out on a baking mission.

The recipe said it made 100 cookies!
So take one batch of cookies, divide by 4 and add extra ingredients.

Roll, press (Lily is becoming a real little expert at rolling and pressing) then bake.

She is pretty good at the decorating also.

We made a couple of trays and then rolled the remainder for the freezer :o)

These are what we made Friday ........ all gone now but we knew that was going to happen.

If your interested in the recipe here it is.
Recipe credit goes to "Deanne Pell"

"100 Cookies"
500g butter
1/2 cup sugar
5 cups Self Raising Flour
1 can Condensed Milk

Cream Sugar, butter and condensed milk
Add flour slowly. Mix to combine
Now you can either divide mix for multiple batches or just add your desired ingredients
such as 100's and 1000's, choc chips, nuts, jam etc.
Roll teaspoon of mixture into balls and flatten with a fork.
Bake 1- 12 mins in moderate oven.
Roll remainder of mix into logs and freeze.

Adjust sugar amount to taste.

A great tasting little cookie :o)
hugs Sharon


  1. thats the same recipe i've been using for years and it is great cause it makes a big batch up all at once...........

  2. I will try this recipe,it's my grandsons birthday Tuesday,he would love those along with the smarties cake I am making.xx

  3. Ooh, I always love new recipes - thank you, this one looks right up my alley!

  4. Sounds like a great recipe, think I'll give it a go Tuesday when I am looking after little Dylan

  5. Great batch of biscuits. That is a good easy recipe.

  6. they look fantastic.... how lucky to have such a sweet helper...

  7. Lily looks like she had lots of fun baking up a storm, Yummy looking biscuits will have to give this recipe a go :) Barb.

  8. I don't bake - just send me the cookies. Oh does that make me sound like te Cookie Monster?

  9. Someone had made these biscuits with white choc chips for our morning tea last week when setting up the quilt show. I wanted to get the recipe as I couldn't remember what was said (too much going on). Now I have it. Thank you Sharon.

  10. how good do these cookies look,Miss Lil is quite the master chef,well done and thankyou for sharing the recipe Shaz,have a lovely sunday my friend.xx

  11. Love those recipes where you can just pull it out of the freezer. They look yummy, will give this one a go.

  12. Thanks for the recipe as it looks yummy and I love the idea of putting some in the freezer for later.

  13. Thank you Sharon. You had me at Macadamia and white Chocolate. Yum....... Hugs......

  14. my mouth is watering looking at this post

  15. Your cookies look great, I'll have to try this recipe, thanks Sharon.

  16. off to make a cuppa and have some visual cookies.... thanks for sharing

  17. Mmm look yummy - will have to have a go


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