Australian baker wows with ‘100 cookie recipe’ that’s gone viral on TikTok

A baker has shared a foolproof ‘100 cookie recipe’ that can be made with just four ingredients in 20 minutes.

The recipe, which went viral on TikTok after it was posted to the Australian food blog Bake Play Smile, makes 100 cookies from butter, caster sugar, self-raising flour and a tin of condensed milk.

Best of all, the dough can be be frozen and flavoured with any toppings you like, from sprinkles or hazelnuts to marshmallows or chocolate chips.

A baker has shared a foolproof '100 cookie recipe' that can be made with just four ingredients in 20 minutes

A baker has shared a foolproof ‘100 cookie recipe’ that can be made with just four ingredients in 20 minutes

The recipe, posted to the Australian food blog Bake Play Smile, makes 100 cookies from butter, caster sugar, self-raising flour and a tin of condensed milk (pictured)

The recipe, posted to the Australian food blog Bake Play Smile, makes 100 cookies from butter, caster sugar, self-raising flour and a tin of condensed milk (pictured)

To make the cookies, the recipe instructs you to preheat your oven to 180 degrees Celsius, then grease a baking tray before lining it with baking paper.

Next, you must cream the butter and sugar together for four to five minutes until the mixture has turned pale and fluffy, then add a tin of sweetened condensed milk and stir until combined.

Once this is done, the recipe says you must add the self-raising flour, one cup at a time, beating gently between each addition until it forms into a dough.

The dough can then be loaded into separate bowls and flavoured with your choice of toppings. 

Photos of the cookies, which have racked up 700 'likes' since they were uploaded to Instagram less than 24 hours ago, quickly drew delighted responses

They can be flavoured with any toppings you like, from sprinkles or hazelnuts to marshmallows or chocolate chips

Photos of the cookies, which have racked up 700 ‘likes’ since they were uploaded to Instagram less than 24 hours ago, quickly drew delighted responses

If you’re ready to bake, the recipe instructs you to roll the dough into generous teaspoon-sized balls and place them on your baking tray, roughly 5cm apart.

Photos of the cookies, which have racked up 700 ‘likes’ since they were uploaded to Instagram less than 24 hours ago, quickly drew delighted responses. 

‘Yummy! So easy to make! A great recipe, love it, probably too much,’ one woman wrote. 

A second said she had just watched her 11-year-old twins make the cookies ‘pretty much unassisted’, adding: ‘It’s a win win for me!’

Others tagged their friends, suggesting they try the recipe in lockdown.

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