Condensed milk biscuit recipe please?

bev00, May 27, 9:39am
Caramel Biscuits

serves/makes: 10

8 ozs butter
1 1/4 cup sugar
1 tablespoon condensed milk
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 teaspoons baking powder
2 cups flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup coconut
2 cups corn flakes

Cream butter and sugar, add condensed milk, then egg and vanilla. Mix in dry ingredients.

Roll into small balls and bake at 350 F for 15 - 20 minutes.

rainrain1, May 27, 10:08pm
bev00 wrote:
Caramel Biscuits

serves/makes: 10

Sorry, but are you sure that recipe is correct? It seems a lot of butter etc for 10 biscuits

_mack_, May 29, 4:18am
Oh my goodness. YUM YUM YUM. Goin to the kitchen now

bev00, May 29, 11:54am
Butter quantity correct as theres 5 cups of dry ingredients.

wheelmann, May 30, 1:27am
It is worth looking for a recipe for homemade condensed milk. Simply using milk powder, hot water, sugar and a little butter.
I use it in Key Lime pies and can easily taste the difference.

meetee, May 30, 7:29am
Crunchy biscuits
250g butter
1 cup sugar
2 tb condensed milk
1 egg
pinch salt
heaped tablespoon crunchy peanut butter
Cream, add
1 tsp baking soda
2 cups rolled oats
1 cup coconut
2 cups flour
1 cup chocolate chips or chopped chocolate
opt, dried fruit
Mix well, roll into medium sized balls, flatten, bake 180c 10 mins
Family favourite and quite filling.

1lefthand, Jul 22, 1:48am
Hi. Could someone please give me a nice recipe for biscuits using condensed milk.
Thank you :)

245sam, Jul 22, 2:15am
from an earlier thread:

"Edmonds call them Sante biscuits in my book. Back when we used Sante bars for the chocolate (before chips were sold)
125gr butter
50gr sugar
3TBSPs Condensed Milk (book says tsps but too dry)
vanilla essence
175gr flour
1tsp b/powder
1/4c choc chips or 50gr dark choc
Cream butter, sugar & cond milk, add essence. Add dry ingredients & choc
Roll into small balls. Place on a greased try. Flatten with a fork
Bake 20 mins @ 180

Quote jessie981 (87 ) 10:49 pm, Tue 21 May #7" :-))

Edited to add: 1lefthand, if you have sweetened condensed milk that you want/need to use, try doing a search here on the Recipes MB using e.g. condensed milk as the Keywords and Last year as the Date posted option - you should find more biscuit recipes, along with many other recipes that would help use the sweetened condensed milk - if well covered though it will keep in the refrigerator, given the chance ;-), or alternatively it can be frozen. :-))

valentino, Jul 22, 2:16am
Someone posted this before.
Bulk biscuits
Where can you get over 120 delicious biscuits for just $4? With this fantastic bulk recipe! Simple Savings members have been making these biscuits for years. Make up the basic biscuit recipe below and enjoy them plain or adapt them to use up all sorts of odds and ends from your pantry – chocolate chips, nuts, cinnamon, the options are endless (see below). The raw mixture can also be frozen in balls; just thaw slightly before baking and pull out when needed.
Basic biscuit mixture:
• 1 cup sugar
• 500g margarine ( I personally use Butter)
• 1 tin condensed milk
• 5 cups self raising flour
Preheat your oven on to 180°C and grease a large baking tray. Put your margarine and sugar in a large bowl and beat together until it is pale and creamy. Add your condensed milk and flour to the bowl and mix together well. You can add any of your own extra ingredients too at this point, if using. Stir until well combined.

Roll your mixture into teaspoon-sized balls and place on your greased baking tray. Press down gently on the biscuits with a fork to flatten slightly. Bake in the oven for 10-15 minutes until golden brown.

That’s all there is to it. We challenge you to find a more economical recipe anywhere! However, the real beauty of the bulk biscuit recipe is its flexibility.
The ever-growing list of variations:

valentino, Jul 22, 2:16am
Bulk biscuits

The ever-growing list of variations:
For a variation to the biscuit recipe try one of the following.
1. Almond essence and flaked almonds
2. Almond essence, oatmeal jam thumbprints
3. Almond meal, honey and mixed spices
4. Apricot and macadamia ( I might add white chocolate)
5. Baileys
6. Bake plain, dredge with coloured castor sugar while still warm,
7. Banana and cocoa. 1 mashed ripe banana and 3 tbs cocoa 1/2 cup of coconut
8. Biscotti:
o Make recipe and mix in nuts or whatever biscotti ingredients you like. (I used chopped and toasted almonds)
o Roll into a long roll and bake a little longer until the roll is lightly browned all over
o Let cool completely. Now for the tricky bit: cut briskly in diagonals with a very sharp knife
o Lay carefully on tray again and bake for 10 more minutes or until browned
o *warning* these are so crumbly it takes a couple of tries but they turned out beautifully for me. Speed seems to help, rather than going slowly. and the crumbs are fun to eat! or you can save them for pie crusts or toppings.
9. Brown sugar instead of white sugar in the original mix.
10. Buy a bag of "el cheap o" smarties & give them a bash with the rolling pin till they in bits, then mix them in.
11. Caramel milk shake mix
12. Carob
13. Cherries and nuts. 1 tblspn chopped red / green maraschino cherries & 1 tbsp of nuts
14. Cherry ripe- rice bubbles, coconut, quartered glace cherries and dark choc chips
15. Choc chip and Walnut
16. Choc choc chip biscuits – choc chips and three big spoonfuls of cocoa powder, and a little less flour to the mix
17. Choc mint, add 1tsp peppermint essence & 1 tbsp melted choc chips OR Cocoa and peppermint essence
18. Chocolate and white chips melted and marbelled through the mixture
19. Chocolate chips / chunks
20. Chocolate chips and glace cherries (chopped)
21. Chocolate chips and nuts
22. Chocolate chips and sweet rice-bubbly-cereal
23. Chocolate Freckle lolly on top
24. Chocolate melt in them and folded the mix over it and made a ball
25. Chopped dried apricots, white choc & almond
26. Chopped peanuts, peanut butter and dark choc bits
27. Christmas I have chocolate chip Stars
28. Cocoa. A teaspoon of cocoa to some dough
29. Coconut
30. Coconut, oats and milo
31. Coconut, oats and white choc chips,
32. Coconut, rolled oats and cinnamon
33. Cornflake and sultana's
34. Craisens, pepitas and oats
35. Crushed cornflakes and honey
36. Crushed peanuts & peanut butter
37. Crushed peanuts & peanut butter & cocoa powder
38. Crushed pecan and walnut
39. Currants, a sprinkle of mixed spice, a sprinkle of ginger and then a very light sprinkle of cinnamon and caster sugar
40. Dates (finely chopped) with crystalised ginger (also finely chopped)
41. Dates chopped with rolled oats
42. Dates. 1/3 of a date in the middle of the ball of mix
43. Dried apricots (finely chopped) with white choc chips
44. Dried fruit
45. Dusting the plain mixture with castor sugar and five spice.
46. Dutch chocolate sprinkles
47. Glace Cherries (just red or mixed) Christmas Ornaments
48. Glace cherries, glace pineapple, almond essence & almond meal
49. Golden syrup
50. Golden syrup, oats and coconut
51. Ground almond & cinnamon
52. Hazelnut spread (Nutella)
53. Hazelnuts chopped
54. Honey & oats
55. Honey and rice bubbles
56. Honey drops
57. Hundreds and Thousands
58. Iced with melted chocolate
59. Jam drops
60. Jelly bean on top
61. Lemon Butter
62. Lemon butter drops
63. Lemon Coconut - add 1/2 tsp lemon essence & 1 tsp coconut
64. Lemon rind and all spice
65. Lemon zest and coconut
66. Light n Tasty (similar to Just Right) cereal
67. M&Ms
68. Macadamia nuts
69. Marshmallow and sprinkles
70. Marsmallow on top
71. Milo
72. Milo and choc chips
73. Milo and coconut
74. Mini coloured choc chips
75. Mixed spice (just 1/2 teaspoon) and mixed fruit in a round biscuit.
76. Muesli
77. Oatmeal and Sprinkles
78. Orange and cardamon ones as well for something a little different.
79. Orange marmalade
80. Orange

1lefthand, Jul 22, 2:22am
Thank you, I am saving all the recipes to use :)
Awesome !

valentino, Jul 22, 2:23am
The highlander biscuits by Nestles, is lovely.

Or if you have kids at home, try these.

Get mum or the oldest child to soften 900grams of butter via a mixer,

get another child to weigh out the following and kept seperate,
2 cups sugar
1 tin highlander Milk
8 cups of flour
4 teaspoons Baking Powder
at least 2 cups preferably 3 cups of small choc chips or buttons.

Whilst one is softening butter to start creaming it then to add the sugar and condensed milk slowly and cream until light and fluffy.

The other child sift flour and baking powder into another huge bowl, adding the choc into the sifted flour.

Once butter etc is creamed then they mix it all together ensuring all is mixed.

Now oven to 190C, a lightly greased oven tray and the children can start rolling into small balls about 3cm diamter (about an inch or so) with 20 to 25 on a tray. and to be slightly flatten.
Now whilst this is put into the oven for about 15 to 20 minutes or until golden brown, they can roll up the rest, put into Ice cream containers or similar layering these balls and after each layer to put in and seperate each layer with a liece of baking paper, balls only just touching each other. Once one container is done to repeat with rest.

They then can go into the freezer ready for next lot to be done, thaw before baking.

When they have finished this, the first batch should be cooked and cooled ready to eat, LOL.
Editing to add, should make about 120 cookies all up depending on size.


dollmakernz, Jun 28, 8:54am
This is a really easy one and goes a long way. So many variations, limited only by your imagination!
Many Biscuits
500g butter
1½ c sugar
¼c condensed milk
4c flour
4tsp baking powder

Cream butter and sugar and condensed milk.
Add sifted dry ingredients and blend in.
Divide into 4 or more portions as desired.

(a) Chocolate Chippies: Add 1 teaspoon vanilla essence and chocolate
(b) Cherry: Add ½ teaspoon vanilla and or almond essence top with cherry.
(c) Almond: Add 1 teaspoon almond essence top with almond.
(d) Add 1 teaspoon cinnamon or spice and 1/2 cup chopped walnuts.
(e) Ginger: Add 1 teaspoon lemon essence, 1 teaspoon ginger and, chopped
crystallized ginger.

Roll in balls place on trays and flatten or press with fork.

Cooking Temp: 180°C 15 minutes

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