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Friday Food: Twix Biscuits

A twix biscuitThis morning while I was browsing the blogs I follow I saw The Decorated Cookie had made Twix Cookies on a Stick. Oh my word, I knew exactly what I wanted to bake today: Twix Biscuits!! A Twix is a finger bar of biscuit, topped with caramel and then dipped in milk chocolate: yum. I took a chance and did not chill the dough and it worked perfectly well, so you can go ahead and not chill the dough. I am living on the biscuit edge!!

I made half the recipe, so I measured out half an egg, by whisking the egg and then halving the millilitre measurement. My biscuit cutter measures  about 5cm and I made 20 biscuits, which means the full recipe for the dough would make about 40 biscuits.

I used Jersey caramels and pouring cream to make the caramels and milk chocolate melts for the topping. I loved making these biscuits and I think if I had a teeny tiny circle cutter I would make teeny tiny Twix biscuits, they are so cute!!

I am giving the quantities in cups because that seemed to be the easiest thing to do for em today. It also circumvents the whole making things metric. Still, I am converting the caramel and chocolate because they aren't in cups.


Twix Biscuits     makes about 40


  • 1 cup butter, softened
  • 1 cup pure icing sugar, sifted
  • 1 tspn vanilla extract
  • 1 egg
  • 2 1/2 cups plain flour
  • salt as desired
  • 330g of caramels, approx
  • 20ml pouring cream
  • 360g milk chocolate, melted


Preheat the oven to 190*C and line two baking trays with baking paper.

Cream and add egg

Cream the butter and sugar. When it is pale and creamy add the egg and vanilla.

And flour

Once the mixture is combined, slowly add the flour and salt, and mix on a low speed until the dough comes together. I used my hands to bring it together to form a ball. I love the special mixer attachment which scrapes down the side of the bowl, it really does work.

Rolling rolling rooling

I roll out dough between two sheets of baking paper, so as not to need extra flour and generally avoid sticky dough.  I use half the dough, cut out biscuits and then add in some more dough, about 1/4, etc. Cut out the biscuits and arrange on the baking trays. I left about 2cm between the biscuits and they did not spread very much.

And bake

Bake for 15 minutes, turning the trays and swapping them half way through. Cool on the tray for 5 minutes then move to a rack.


Melt the caramels and cream in the microwave for 90 seconds, mix to combine and then top each biscuit with as much as you choose.

Caramel and choc

Wait for 10-15 minutes until the caramel is set, then spoon or pipe on the melted milk chocolate. And you are done!! Keep the biscuits in an airtight container, I don't think they need to go into the fridge, and enjoy your Twix fix!!

Twix biscuits



What a simple but yummy biscuit. I can see why you were inspired to make them.

Linda Spawr

Lovely little biscuits!!! Bet your house smelled wonderful. Happy Last Friday of May!.


These sound delicious!

Dennis the Vizsla

hello 2paw its dennis the vizsla dog hay my dada sez their is not enny fud wot kannot be mayd better by beeing put on a stik!!! but i do not think he has konsiderd the fakt that soup is a food!!! ha ha ok bye

Meaghan Mountford

Thank you so much for sharing! OK, I'm so not chilling the dough next time and saving myself some hours :). These look perfect!


They look very very tempting! I just made these: Now I know why I threw away the recipe in my 20s. Can't. Have. Just. One.

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