10 Dozen Cookies from 1 Batch


This popular recipe has to be one of my favourites! First of all, it makes over 100 cookies using only four main ingredients, and this huge batch can be made for under $6. Not only that, you can pick from any mix-ins and flavours! So far, I have added chocolate chips, peanut butter, sprinkles, MILO, M&M’s, Swiss Miss, Mars bar, Milky Way and Oreos. Furthermore, you can freeze the cookie dough or baked cookies, so it’s the perfect recipe to do a bulk-bake for school lunches.


  • 3/4 cup raw sugar (sugar can be reduced if you like)
  • 500g butter softened
  • 5 cups self-raising flour
  • 390g tin condensed milk


  • Line a baking tray, and preheat the oven to 160°.
  • Cream the butter and sugar together until light and creamy.
  • Add the self-raising flour into the bowl with the butter mixture, and mix.
  • Add the tin of condensed milk to the bowl, and mix well.
  • If you are using a few different flavours, separate the plain dough into bowls and add the topping into each bowl of dough.
  • Roll the dough into small balls and press down onto the baking tray using a fork.
  • Cook for around 8-10 minutes (be careful not to overcook, or the condensed milk will burn).

Notes: You can freeze both the baked cookies or raw dough.




  • Hi there, I am going to bake these today and i’m just wondering how much of the Milo and the Peanut Butter you added in? These look soo yummy and I can’t wait to see how many I get out of them!! 🙂

  • I wanna no is it needed to add the raw sugar as well as condensed milk?
    I very coursous of adding more sugar than needed

  • I love this recipe! I’ve made it three times and they’ve turned out perfectly each time. However, the last batch I made hasn’t worked as well – the cookies are spreading really thin, even when I cook them from frozen dough. Any suggestions? I’m wondering if maybe the butter and sugar were creamed too much?

  • Thankyou Cheree we enjoyed making this recipe today, it’s raining here and the kids are on school holidays…it’s a really easy recipe and they taste great! We made variations of dragon feet, milo, mini mnm’s, choc drops, and sprinkles. We even put a portion to the freezer for next time 🙂

  • My son is allergic to dairy. I can substitute butter with nuttelex but what can I use too replace the condensed milk? Thanks.

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