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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Simple and easy to adapted to lots of flavours

    1 tin of condensed milk
    1 stick of butter (250 grams )
    4 cups of S R flour

    Optional 1 cup of sugar (i don't add it but some people do)

    Cream butter and milk and flour.

    Bakes in roughly 8 to 12 minutes

    It makes a huge batch. I decide into 4 logs. I use one fresh and freeze the rest.

    For variety I add

    M & M's
    Chopped up chocolates like Mars bars
    Milo
    White chocolate and macadamia
    Caramel buds
    Sprinkles
    Nutella
    Etc..
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    This mornings efforts with ds1. At least ds2 is enjoying eating them as ds1 refuses to even try them. I just give up with him!!!

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    Try cooking them a little less. My rule of thumb (as I only have a toaster oven) is as soon a I can smell them I check them. Don't let them go golden brown.
    This is my last batch. They are Mars bar flavoured.
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    Oh they taste lovely he's just the worst eater on the planet. He ate a good few spoonfuls of raw dough before announcing that he didn't like it. But I'll try cooking a bit less next time. I've still got some dough left over to try in a few days.

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    Yep I agree that recipe is awesome but def better slightly undercooked

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    So is it 500g of butter or 250g?

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    Default Simple biscuit recipe?

    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna matata View Post
    So is it 500g of butter or 250g?
    A stick of butter - American concept - is 113g (1/4 of a pound) as PP mentioned just round up to 125g as butter here is either 250g or 500g

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    Success! DS helped knead and roll the dough, and cut out the shapes. He was doing a great job of putting the sprinkles on until he discovered he could just eat them out of the bowl Refused to taste them with frosting and sprinkles on for some reason, but loved the plain biscuits!
    Thank you BH!

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    @LoveLivesHere - can you please post instructions for defrosting/cooking the frozen leftover dough from your recipe?

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    Mmm biscuits..


 

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