A recipe for making bulk biscuits that can be flavoured to suit anyone.


Ingredients (serves 100 | makes 100 biscuits)

  • 1 Can Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 500 g Margarine or butter
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 5 cups Self Raising Flour

Method

  1. Set oven to 180 degrees, or 160 degrees for a fan forced oven. Cream butter and sugar together.
  2. Make sure you have a big enough bowl. Cream butter and sugar together.
  3. Add milk and flour to the sugar and butter mixture. You can add a little at a time of both, alternating as you go along or you can add it all at once, if you have the patience.
  4. Now is the time to add any additions. My kids like 100s and 1000s in their biscuits or Milo and cocunut. You can put m & ms or smarties or good old fashioned choc chips. I am going to try a small amount of red food dye and strawberry essence next time.
  5. Grease trays, or line with silicon paper.
  6. Roll into small balls and put of tray with enough distance apart to allow for spreading.
  7. Check every 4 minutes, and turn the trays around if needed. When they are golden they are ready.
  8. Enjoy.


  • Basic biscuit recipes are always the best – lots of different extras can be added.

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  • So colourful and delicious looking! Thanks!

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  • My kids are going to absolutely love thee :)

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  • Thanks for posting this flexible recipe. I can’t wait to give it a try!

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  • I cant print off the recipe for bake once-biscuits for a month

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  • This is my favourite recipe.
    Nothing like baking a ton of cookies.

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  • id love to print the bake once biscuit recipe but I only get the picture and not the recipe


    • Ingredients (serves 100 | makes 100 biscuits)
      1 Can Sweetened Condensed Milk
      500 g Margarine or butter
      1 cup sugar
      5 cups Self Raising Flour
      Method

      Set oven to 180 degrees, or 160 degrees for a fan forced oven. Cream butter and sugar together.
      Make sure you have a big enough bowl. Cream butter and sugar together.
      Add milk and flour to the sugar and butter mixture. You can add a little at a time of both, alternating as you go along or you can add it all at once, if you have the patience.
      Now is the time to add any additions. My kids like 100s and 1000s in their biscuits or Milo and cocunut. You can put m & ms or smarties or good old fashioned choc chips. I am going to try a small amount of red food dye and strawberry essence next time.
      Grease trays, or line with silicon paper.
      Roll into small balls and put of tray with enough distance apart to allow for spreading.
      Check every 4 minutes, and turn the trays around if needed. When they are golden they are ready.
      Enjoy.

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  • Oh lordy these sound so yummy.
    Got to love easy :)

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  • is the mixture suitable to freeze?

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  • These are our favouritest bikkys ever! We love them with chopped up mars bars in them and mini m&m’s.


    • Love Mars Bar pieces in biscuits – yummy!

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  • I have made this. It makes dozens.
    What I like to do is split the dough up and add different additions to each amount.
    That way you have a few varieties to eat.
    Make some chocolate by adding cocoa or milo.
    Choc bits to another and nuts to another. Last but not least my favourite put a thumbprint in the ball of dough and fill with jam. Jam drops.

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  • These biscuits are great. I added choc chips and everybody loved them.

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  • Nice and easy. A very big bowl is needed indeed!! :-)

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  • Amazing recipe.. easy and bound to be very popular thankyou

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  • Lovely one for the kids to help with.

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