Paula writes: It is easy, quick, cheap and it makes 7 or 8 dozen biscuits, which keep well. The dough and cooked biscuits keep well in the freezer. I use butter and wholemeal flour, but white flour and margarine can be substituted. I have only ever used tinned sweetened condensed milk in this recipe, but I imagine that Rhonda Jean's homemade condensed milk would work just as well.
Condensed Milk Biscuits
500 grams butter (approx 1.1 lb)
1 can condensed milk (390-400 gram)
1 cup sugar
5 cups wholemeal self raising flour (or plain flour and paking powder)
toppings like choc chips, smarties, jam, cinnamon and sugar
Cream butter and sugar, add condensed milk.
Bake at 180C for approx 10 min until golden brown. cool on racks
|this photo is missing the Baking Powder|
|Sifting the easy way.|
|1 flat tablespoon per biscuit|
saves a whole lot of ...."He got a bigger one than I did"
|with home-made Apricot Jam|
|little tool I made for rolling Brandy Snaps, |
but it was too small for snaps.
|This tray will go in the freezer, |
once frozen they get packed into a container
then they are ready for quick baking
|Recipe made 84 biscuits.|