Condensed Milk Biccies
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    Condensed Milk Biccies

    Recipe Description
    I am unsure of the origin of this recipe. It was given to me my a memeber of another forum and it's quickly become a family favourite.
    Preparation Steps:
    Make sure you take the butter out to soften in enough time.
    Level of Difficulty:
    Time Needed:
    30 minutes
    500g butter or margarine
    1 cup sugar
    395g can sweetened condensed milk
    5 cups self raising flour
    120+ biccies
    Preheat oven to 180C.
    Line baking trays with baking paper.
    Cream the butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
    Beat in the condensed milk until well combined.
    Mix in the flour one cup at a time with a wooden spoon.
    Roll teaspoonfuls into balls.
    Place on prepared trays and flatten slightly.
    Bake for 10 - 15 minutes.
    Cool slightly on trays before transferring to rack to cool compoletely.

    You can flavour the dough with anything you like.
    Some great ideas are:
    choc chip
    sultana and cornflake
    cherry and coconut
    milo and coconut

    Divide the dough into equal quantities and make more than one flavour.

    This makes heaps of biccies. You may wish to frreze some of the dough for later.
    Roll the dough into balls, place balls onto baking trays and freeze for 30 minutes. Place frozen balls into labelled zip lock bags and freeze for future baking.
    Just allow balls to defrost for 10 minutes (while the oven is preheating) before baking.


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    They sound soooo good. I'll have to print and keep this recipe for a rainy day goody.

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    Wow! I love the idea of freezing them, and then I could just cook however many I wanted at a time rather than 3-5 dozen. Thanks!

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