Super easy Thermomix Milo Biscuits made from just 5 ingredients... butter, self-raising flour, condensed milk, caster sugar and Milo!
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a) it's quick
b) it's easy
c) you're going to LOVE them!
This is a great recipe to make with the kids as it's so simple! Plus it's freezer-friendly (both the uncooked dough and the baked cookies can be frozen), which makes it a great recipe for stocking up the freezer.
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Thermomix Milo Biscuits
- 125 g butter, room temp
- 60 g caster sugar
- 100 g condensed milk
- 185 g self-raising flour
- 40 g Milo (malted milk powder)
- Preheat oven to 180 degrees celsius (fan-forced).
- Grease and line 2 baking trays and set aside.
- Place room temperature butter and caster sugar into the Thermomix bowl. Cream 45 seconds, Speed 5 (scrape down the sides after 20 seconds).
- Add the condensed milk and mix for a further 20 seconds, Speed 5.
- Add the self-raising flour and Milo and mix for 20 seconds, Speed 6. Scrape down the sides of the bowl and repeat for a further 5-10 seconds or until completely combined.
- Roll into teaspoon-sized balls and place onto the prepared baking trays. Press down lightly with a fork.
- Bake for 10 minutes. Allow to cool for 10 minutes on the baking trays before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely.
Oops, I put the whole can of condensed milk in. With the addition of my one and only egg and a bit of ordinary milk, I’ve ended up with a rather good Ovaltine cake! Lol. Crunchy outside, nice and moist inside. Thanks!