Chocolate Chip Biscuits-Aussie Style

"These are a very "moresome" bikky:) I used to sell these at the local markets, and they always sold out first. Very easy to make, and to really show off, you can throw a handful of chopped macadamia nuts in, gives them an extra crunch!!! PLEASE NOTE, THESE ARE NOTHING LIKE AMERICAN CHOC CHIP COOKIES, WHICH ARE SOFT AND CHEWY. I have also added coco powder to the mix and used white chips, looks good, but the white chips stay very hard."
photo by Baby Kato photo by Baby Kato
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Ready In:
48 bikkies




  • Cream together the butter and sugar.
  • Add the condensed milk and keep beating for 2 minutes.
  • Fold through the flour, then the choc chips. The mixture will be tacky.
  • Place teaspoons full on your baking tray (either greased or baking pepper).
  • Flatten slightly with a floured fork.
  • Bake at ABOUT (all stoves are different) 160°C for about 15 minutes, or till golden.
  • Leave on trays for 3 minutes, then cool on wire racks.

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  1. Sara 76
    These are amazing! I made a double batch, simply because I had no other use for the other half a can on condensed milk, and I'm glad I did! They are a huge hit with my kids! I left out the macadamia nuts, but added a little extra of the choc chips. When I was putting them on the trays, I made some by rolling them into little balls and let them flatten naturally in the oven, and the rest i just dropped off the spoon. I took photos of both as I wasn't sure which you would like best, but personally I think the drop ones look better, they look rustic and yummy! [Made for Aus/NZ Swap]
  2. Chef Buggsy Mate
    Wow, these are so good and very simple to make (even when making your own self raising flour and sweetened condensed milk). After folding in the flour, I went to my baking cabinet to get some chocolate chips only to discover that the kitchen gremlins (AKA my DH and children) had eaten them all. I didn't have time to run to the store, so I chopped up some dried apricots and folded them in. Yummy!!! And they blend so nicely with the macadamia nuts. This is a definite keeper. Made and reviewed for the 31st AUS/NZ Recipe Swap. NOTE: Just had to add that EVERYONE at the recital loved these...they were the first to go!
  3. Recipecheckerouter
    This recipe is very good. I must say that I was a little confused to if the recipe needed evaporated milk or sweet condensed milk. But I tried the recipe with sweet condensed milk and they turned out fine. Will make again soon!!!
  4. Baby Kato
    Wow what a great biscuit. We loved this crispy little treat. These biscuits were quick and really easy to make, with a beautiful texture. I made exactly as written but half the batch had nuts and half didn't , as my dh is allergic. Thanks so much for sharing this gem mummamills. Made for Aussie Swap Jan 2014.
  5. NurseJaney
    *Made for Australia/NZ Swap #70* The ONLY cookie I made for the holidays ! Not at all like my usual choc-chips, but a new Go-To --- very tasty and the DGKs really enjoyed them ! Thanks for posting, mummamills -- and my apologies for such a late review.


  1. Chef on the coast
    You are right in stating these are nothing like American Chocolate Chip Cookies. :) When I first chose this recipe for the July 2010 Aussie/NZ recipe swap I didn't notice it is also egg free! Loved that - in case I don't have any on hand - I can still make cookies! The kids love these. As someone else said - the condensed milk does give a different flavor than what we would expect from a chocolate chip cookie. I doubled the recipe so as to use a whole can of milk. I also split the chocolate chips between mini semi sweet and peanut butter chips per request of son #3. Instead of macadamias we used walnuts. Thanks for sharing!
  2. diner524
    Made these exactly to the recipe but chose not to add the optional nuts. These are good, but very different than any other chocolate chip cookie(biscuit) I have had before. I loved using the self rising flour, less measuring and mixing!! I will now use this flour to make these cookies, but use brown sugar, vanilla and eggs in place of the condensed milk, as it gives a total different taste and texture. Thanks mumma for posting and introducing me to the self rising flour!!!



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