The Famous 100 Cookie Recipe | Condensed Milk Cookies

Introducing the famous 100 Cookie Recipe made with just 4 ingredients… butter, caster sugar, condensed milk and self-raising flour. This freezer-friendly cookie dough can be flavoured with any add-ins you like!

Rows of three varieties of cookies on a wire cooling rack

Yay! I’m so glad you’re here because you are going to LOOOOOOVE this 100 cookie recipe (especially if you have a LOT of hungry mouths to feed!). You might have already heard about this famous cookie dough recipe – but if not, it’s basically a super simple 4 ingredient recipe that makes 100 cookies. Yep 100!!!!! That’s a whole lotta cookies!

A close of of cookie mixture in front of three varieties of baked cookies

Rows of different types of baked cookies on a wire cooling rack

The ingredients in the 100 cookie recipe are:

  • 500g butter
  • 170g caster sugar
  • 395g tin sweetened condensed milk
  • 750g self-raising flour

Rows of two different types of baked cookies on a wire cooling rack

Yep… they’re BIG quantities, but that’s because you’re making a bulk cookie dough here. Did I mention that you’re going to have 100 cookies coming out your ears soon??!!

A close up of a stack of baked cookies covered with coloured sprinkles

My tip when making this 100 cookie recipe is to use a big bowl when mixing the ingredients together. Trust me on this one! You’ll have flour flying everywhere otherwise (I know this allllll too well!).

Rows of different varieties of baked cookies on a wire cooling rack

Then you simply divide the dough between small bowls and mix through any add-ins you like. Here’s a few that I used this time (and also some others that I’ve used in the past):

  • Milo (malted milk)
  • peanut butter
  • chocolate chips
  • raisins
  • mini marshmallows
  • Smarties, M&Ms etc
  • sprinkles (stir some through but then also roll the dough balls in extra sprinkles)
  • white chocolate
  • crushed Cornflakes
  • peanuts

A close up of baked cookies topped with mini 
 marshmallows on a floral serving plate

And if you’ve still got some dough leftover, you can pop it into an airtight sealable bag and place it in the freezer for up to 3 months. When you’re ready to use it, simply allow it to defrost to room temperature, roll into balls and then bake as per the recipe. You can also freeze any baked cookies for up to 1 month in an airtight container.

A close up of Milo baked cookies on a white plate

I hope you love this 100 cookie recipe – it really is such a great way to fill up the freezer with lunch box snacks and of course, it’s super budget-friendly too!

A close up of baked cookies with a fork impression on top

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Introducing the famous 100 Cookie Recipe made with just 4 ingredients... butter, caster sugar, condensed milk and self-raising flour. This freezer-friendly cookie dough can be flavoured with any add-ins you like!

The Famous 100 Cookie Recipe

Introducing the famous 100 Cookie Recipe made with just 4 ingredients... butter, caster sugar, condensed milk and self-raising flour! This freezer-friendly cookie dough can be flavoured with any add-ins you like!
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Course: Biscuits
Cuisine: Biscuits/Cookies
Keyword: 100 cookie recipe
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 100 biscuits
Calories: 98kcal

Ingredients

  • 500 g butter
  • 3/4 cup (170g) caster sugar
  • 395 g sweetened condensed milk
  • 5 cups (750g) self raising flour
  • choc chips, spinkles, peanut butter, Milo etc to flavour (optional)

Instructions

Conventional Method

  • Preheat oven to 180 degrees celsius (fan-forced). 
  • Grease and line baking trays and set aside (use as many as will fit in your oven). 
  • Cream the room temperature butter and caster sugar together with handheld beaters or a stand mixer until light, creamy and fluffy. 
  • Add the condensed milk and beat through. 
  • Add 1 cup of self-raising flour and beat through. Add another cup of self-raising flour and beat through. Continue until all 5 cups have been mixed through. 
  • Divide the cookie dough between bowls and flavour each however you'd like (see notes). 
  • 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. 

Thermomix Method

  • Preheat oven to 180 degrees celsius (fan-forced). Grease and line baking trays and set aside (use as many as will fit in your oven). 
  • Place room temperature butter and caster sugar into the Thermomix bowl. Cream 1 minute, Speed 5 (scrape down the sides after 30 seconds). 
  • Add the condensed milk and mix for a further 30 seconds, Speed 5. 
  • Add 250g of the self-raising flour and mix for 20 seconds, Speed 6. Scrape down the sides of the bowl.
  • Add another 250g of the self-raising flour and mix for a further 20 seconds. Add the final 250g and mix for 20 seconds, Speed 6 (please note that you'll need to use the spatula to assist with the mixing). 
  • Divide the cookie dough between bowls and flavour each however you'd like (see notes). 
  • 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. 

Notes

Use a BIG bowl to make this dough!
I divided half of the dough into 6 different bowls and flavoured them with: Milo, sprinkles, peanut butter, mini marshmallows, chocolate chips and Smarties.  
I then froze the remaining half of the dough (this dough is fantastic to freeze!). 
You can freeze the uncooked dough for up to 3 months. 
You can freeze the baked cookies in an airtight container for up to 1 month. 

Nutrition

Calories: 98kcal | Carbohydrates: 13g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 5g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Cholesterol: 12mg | Sodium: 41mg | Potassium: 28mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 4g | Vitamin A: 135IU | Vitamin C: 0.1mg | Calcium: 14mg | Iron: 0.1mg
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Rows of different types of baked cookies on a wire cooling rack

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180 Comments
  1. Maureen says:

    Hi, I’ve got a great grandson with diabetes. Is there anything I can do to make these diabetes friendly please.
    Also do you have diabetes friendly cup cakes or muffins

    1. Lucy says:

      Hi Maureen, unfortunately this is not my area of expertise. I’d suggest googling some diabetes-friendly recipe websites. Good luck!

  2. Chrissie says:

    5 stars
    A regular in our house. Thank You

    1. Lucy says:

      Yay! I’m so glad you like them!

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