Any guesses for the world most popular biscuit?

It is our humble little Tim Tam. Australian go through more than 400 million of them a year! It’s time we honoured these little beauties and gathered some of the best Tim Tam recipes.

What Are Tim Tams?

So, first things first, if you live in Australia and unsure what a Tim Tam is, it is time to jump in the car drive down to Woolies and pick up a pack! Now for some quick history, the director of Arnotts, Ian Norris developed these biscuits after he tried a penguin biscuit whilst on a trip to England in 1958. He was keen to make something much better! And the name? That came from the Kentucky Derby winner in 1958, you could say it has been a winning combo.

The Tim Tam Slam.

Whilst this might not be a recipe, it is an essential way of eating a Tim Tam. It is an iconic Australian snack and you only need a glass of milk and a Tim Tam.

Tim Tam Crazy Shakes

There is nothing like turning your milkshake choco-malt than with a Tim Tam. When mixed with ice cream and milk, this chilly blend is the best way to beat the Aussie summer heat and enjoy the delicious flavours of the Tim Tam as well. Try crushing and sprinkling a little extra Tim Tam on the top of your shake to add a little bit of crunch.

Tim Tam Balls

Do you love a little chocolate nibble? These are perfect for after-dinner, a mid-afternoon snack or even with your mid-morning coffee. With only three ingredients you can whip them up in no time. Just grab some condensed milk, chocolate and a pack of Tim Tams and follow our favourite recipe here.

Tim Tam Cheesecake Bites

These cheesecake bites are for serious Tim Tam enthusiast! Just three simple ingredients make the most delicious treat ever. This non-bake recipe is perfect for a summer barbecue as it is exceptionally creamy but holds up well in the heat

 Tim Tam Pie

This Tim Tam & Walnut Pie is an invention of our own which I only make very rarely. It’s divine but deadly! Just kidding – it won’t kill you but it is very rich and very sweet. Beautiful on its own or serve as a dessert with double cream, cream or ice cream. If you don’t like nuts, just omit the nuts completely.

Black Forest Tim Tam Cake

This Black Forest Tim Tam Cake is a delicious dessert for those nights when you feel like something comforting and cosy.

Other Ways To Use Tim Tams

These recipes are the very tip of what you can do with these yummy biscuits! Here are a few more ways to include Tim Tams in your favourite dishes.

Try crushing up a Tim Tam and sprinkling it over your favourite ice cream. It gives a delicious texture as a well a chocolate hit! You can also try letting your ice cream warm up slightly and folding the crumb thought it, once you mixed it place the dish back in the freezer until firm.

It may have already been mentioned but is an important one! The Tim Tam slammer, it is quick and simple yet utterly delicious. If you decide to use a hot drink make sure your quick or half your biscuit might end up in your mug or a puddle between your fingers.

What is your favourite way to eat a Tim Tam? Tell us below?

 

 


  • I do the Tim Tam slam, but with coffee instead of milk because it melts it quicker. Oh heavenly!

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  • The walls! My daughter when completely nuts with a permanent marker. Well, It was fun to clean off. not really ;).

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  • Why mess with something that is working anyway. Just love Tim Tams the way they are.

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  • I am a purist. And just like the original Tim Tam as it is. No gimmicks.

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  • A Tim Tam by itself is perfection.

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  • Tim Tams are my favourite chocolate biscuit, the original ones. I’m too scared I’ll ruin them in a recipe, they’re too good to waste

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  • A tim tam slam is not done with a glass of milk!! Its a hot drink, usually coffee or hot chocolate. I know one person who does it with tea, but ew. But it has to be hot so it can all melt and go soft and you can shove it all in your mouth. Dark chocolate tim tams and hot milo is how I roll.

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  • Plain usually by the pack, but now I want to try the Black Forest Tim Tam cake ????

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  • Hot chocolate. Drink it through the Tim Tam. So good.

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  • Crushed on ice cream, puddings, cheesecake whatever it is the way to go. Have to hide the Tim Tams if needed for anything special.

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  • tim tams do not last in our house they are pretty much demolished as soon as they get home from the supermarket so now I just don’t buy them lol!

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  • By the time the Tim Tam packet gets passed round the family to me, I usually have a child battering their eyes at me for the last one. A true Aussie bikkie!

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  • What an awesome idea, I need to try this!

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  • Arnotts Tim Tams are available at other supermarkets besides Woolworths. You could also sprinkle it over a cheesecake or cream on a sponge.

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  • I love a good tim Tam! Although all these ideas sound so yum, I cant go past a cold one straight out of the fridge though!

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