These paw print cookies were a hit at the Teddy Bears Picnic birthday party. They don’t require many ingredients, and were easy enough for my 4 year old niece to help put the choc chips in place. They also freeze well, so I made them in advance (which is always handy).
Here’s the recipe:
1/4 Cup castor sugar
2 1/2 Cups self raising flour
1/2 tin condensed milk
Choc melts (large ones), and choc chips (small ones)
(note: if you want to make reverse coloured ones then you can do that by adding 1 tablespoon cocoa and using white choc chips)
Cream butter, sugar and condensed milk.
Add flour and mix together. The mixture is very thick at this stage, but that’s Ok.
(if making reverse colours then split mixture and add cocoa to half the mixture).
Roll into balls and place on a lined tray.
Flatten slightly, and add chocolate melts and chocolate chips in the shape of paw prints.
Bake for 10 – 12 mins in oven at 180 degrees.
Cool on a wire rack, and then you’re good to go!