Salted Caramel Chip Biscuits

So I’m on le Pinterest all the time. And I’m seeing great, amazing, inspiring, lovely things on there all the time. But the other day I saw the tamoxifen uk motherload. I almost lost my shit when I saw this pin. It was, of course, a recipe. A recipe for none other than SALTED CARAMEL CHIP BISCUITS.

buy flonase litigate The pin was sourced from this lovely blog by a very talented lady in Sydney called Swah. I was determined to bake these biscuits for myself and here’s how I did it:

news tylenol usa You will need:

buy generic topamax 140g butter
1 cup brown sugar
1 egg
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 1/2 cups plain flour
250g bag Nestle caramel chips
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp sea salt + extra to sprinkle on top of biscuits tinidazole price service
glucovance price canvass Instructions:

1. Preheat the oven to 170C and line baking trays with baking paper.
2. Cream the butter and sugar for around 6 minutes until it becomes smooth and creamy.

3. Add the egg and vanilla extract. Beat these in well.
4. Throw in the caramel chips, flour, salt, baking soda, and baking powder. Mix this all in gently until everything has just combined – this took my mixer less than a minute with help from the good ol’ wooden spoon. The original recipe recommends not overbeating at this stage or else the mixture will become tough.

5. Use tablespoons to scoop mixture out onto lined baking trays. Sprinkle some sea salt onto the tops of the biscuits. I fit three rows of three onto each baking tray and I think that was the perfect amount because these babies spread!

6. Pop them in the oven and set a timer/alarm for 12 – 14 minutes. I turned the trays around when there was about 5 minutes to go, just to help them bake evenly. They should be a nice honey brown colour when they’re ready. If you want them to be a little softer and chewier, I’d leave them in for 10 minutes and see how you go.

7. Bask in the glory that is having just made the most delicious and moreish biscuits and being the envy of every single person you know.

Are you a salted caramel fan like me? I’ll eat pretty much anything claiming to be salted caramel. Ice cream, biscuits, chocolate, icey poles, the lot.

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Jacquie is a 20-something maker and writer from Melbourne. She enjoys eating virtually anything that is labelled salted caramel and, contrary to popular belief, has forgotten how to ride a bike. She feels ambivalent about writing in the third person but thought it might be fun. It was.


  1. Pia

    STOP IT. You can get caramel chips?! My whole salted caramel world has just opened up right there. I'm off to try these now x


  2. Deb Baker

    Yes anything salted caramel does it for me too. Isn't Pinterest the best/worst?! So much good stuff on there, so much time lost. These look delish.


  3. birdandfox

    Haha it really is a great distraction, which can definitely be a bad thing sometimes! A lot of my time has also been spent pinning away.

    The biscuits really were delicious – didn't last long! x


  4. birdandfox

    YES. They're by Nestle but they can be a bit tricky to find. I think one of my local Coles stocks them but that's about it. I'm glad I was able to open up your salted caramel world 😀 Enjoy! x


  5. Pearl - Pretty Mayhem

    Caramel chips? Yes please! These cookies sound delicious x


  6. birdandfox

    Caramel chips are the best! And the cookies are very moreish! Thanks for stopping past, Pearl 🙂 x


  7. Bron Maxabella

    My mouth is watering! Make it stop! x


  8. birdandfox

    I wish I could but I can't even stop my own! Thanks for stopping by, Bron 🙂 x


  9. Swah

    Oh these look absolutely wonderful! I think I may have to whip up another batch soon xx


    1. birdandfox

      Thanks Swah! And thank you sharing the recipe – anything salted caramel is a good idea in my book. I’d love to make another batch myself but I find the caramel chips difficult to find in the shops. I’ll have to stock up next time I see them! Thanks so much for commenting! x


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