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Monday, September 29, 2014

Aunty Barbara's Cookies 1950

Another recipe from Mum Old Recipe Folder

This recipe is old... Mum's hand written this recipe out and it is in the front pages of the Cakes and Biscuit section.... so it is at least 48 years old.

These are delicous. The recipe makes at least 35 biscuits


1  1/2 cups sugar
8oz butter

Cream these together

Add Egg

Beat together


Edited (forgot the flour :-) )

2 1/2 cups flour  
2 cups of Cornflakes (Kelloggs or Sanitarium)
 ( A crackly breakfast cereal in New Zealand)

1 cup Coconut
2 tsp Baking Powder
1tsp Baking Soda
1 tablespoon Condensed Milk

Mix all together to form a nice rolling dough

Roll these into balls with a couple of teaspoons of the dough
Place ball onto the prepared baking tray, these spread out so make sure you leave a 1 inch gap between each ball
Press in the middle with your finger or a fork.

Bake on a moderate oven until they are a nice golden colour



Poranna said...

They look so yummy! But there is no flour in the recipe ...

Tante Mali said...

Oh I love your old recipes!!! Wonderful! Thank you for these treasures!
Have a happy happy fall

Leonie said...

oooo sound and look yum! will have to give them a go!

Silly Goose said...

I would love to make these but then that would mean opening a tin of condensed milk, and having much left over, and everyone knows you can't leave a tin of condensed milk open, it's against the rules.

So I'd have to eat it!

(thankyou for the lovely biscuit recipe!)

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