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Friday Food: Caramel Chip Biscuits

Caramel chipsSince I found Caramel Chips in the supermarket I have made two batches of Caramel Chip Biscuits biscuits and have a third in mind for tomorrow.

If you have no Caramel Chips I think white or milk chocolate chips would be a happy substitute.

I used dark brown sugar for a really caramel biscuit and I used an ice cream scoop to dole out the mixture and half a scoop per biscuit.

The recipe says to cook them for 15 minutes, but I found I needed 20.

This is such an easy recipe, only two steps really and it makes 30 biscuits. They seem too soft when they come out of the oven, but after 5 minutes cooling on the tray and finally on a rack, they are crackled on top and slightly crunchy.

I can highly recommend them made with some added chopped pecans!!!


Caramel Chip Biscuits   makes 30

  • 125g butter, softened
  • 3/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 225g self raising flour
  • 250g packet of Caramel Bits

Preheat the oven to 150*C and grease and line two trays.

Creaming light and pale 

Cream the butter, sugar and egg until pale and light. It took 5 minutes.

Adding the chips

Combine the Caramel Bits and the flour and then fold into the biscuit mixture.

Making and baking

Roll level tablespoons of the mixture into balls and flatten slightly on the tray. Bake for 15 minutes (mine took 20), turning and swapping the trays half way through.

Rest on the tray for 5 minutes and then cool totally on a rack. These will keep well in an airtight container.

Caramel Chip Biscuits



Yummy & my girls will love them. I will have to look out for the Caramel Chips when I am in the supermarket. In fact, I have all the rest of the ingredients in my pantry.


You inspired me - I used up the end of a packet of choc chips and made bikkies this afternoon. So far there have been no complaints :)


Yum yum yum YUM! I am so making caramel chip biscuits this week!


mmmm caramel. everything is better with caramel.

Dette k

These look particularly yummy.


Ooh I have some cinnamon bits I could use instead.

BTW, My Aussie friend brought me Tim Tams back and I'm so excited!

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