Two ingredients for one cookie, how incredible is that!
And I mean, literally. I just baked ONE cookie for myself with two ingredients. Well, okay, three if chocolate chunks really count. But basically, you only need two ingredients for this cookie recipe:
- Condensed milk
- Digestives biscuits
For my case, it was a great way to finish my condensed milk can but if it is a regular ingredient in your kitchen, I am pretty sure you’ll throw these cookies in minutes.
I literally make them completely in 10 min. You can count two extra minutes for the cookie to rest outside the oven, but you see what I mean: you want a homemade cookie right away, you have it.
I baked only one cookie, but you can of course do more, that’s why I included two ‘lines’ of ingredients: for those who are like me, alone but with one great cookie, and for those who are lucky enough to share a load of them!
As I was looking at my cookie cooling, I just thought ‘isn’t baking magical?’; because, the minute before I had one flat cookie on the oven, and two minutes later the cookie has harden enough to be handle and have enough crunch to be great. Don’t you think there is a bit of magic in that?
They kind of remind me of a cheesecake base, so I suggest you to try it with a cream cheese frosting and, why not, some strawberries or any fruit you like and you end up with one mini cheesecake. I am not a big ‘trifle’ person so for my part I’d rather have a cheesecake-cookie than a cheesecake trifle. Up to me 😉
Two ingredients cookies
These cookies are ready with only two ingredients and in no time.
- 1 Digestive biscuit / 27 Digestives (about 4 cups)
- 14 g sweetened condensed milk / 1 can (397 g or 14 ounces)
- 4 chocolate chunks / 1/2 cup mini semi-sweet chocolate chips optional
Preheat the oven at 350°F (180°C).
- Finely grind the Digestives biscuits, either by hand for the one cookie or using a food processor for the bigger batch.
- In a medium bowl combine the biscuits and the condensed milk. Add the chocolate chunks if you want to add them.
- Bake for 8-9 min or until lightly browned. Let the cookies cool a couple of minutes before enjoying.
Notes: Cookies harden during this cool time so it is really important not to touch them.
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