Malteser Millies Cookies

Right people! These cookies have got people through writing dissertations, break ups, hangovers and other general life problems. What I looove about these cookies is just how quickly they take to make! CAUTION ⚠ *THESE COOKIES ARE HIGHLY ADDICTIVE *



225g self-raising flour

125g butter (I used stork)

100g light brown soft sugar

125g caster sugar

1 egg

1/2 tsp salt

240g of crush Maltesers

1 tsp of Vanilla Extract


Large mixing bowl

Small pyrex bowl

Wooden spoon

Wire cooling rack

Rolling Pin



  1. Preheat the oven to 180c, and put your pre-crushed maltesers in the freezer. In a small pyrex bowl place your self-raising flour in the oven.
  2. Cream butter and sugars in a large mixing bowl (easiest way to do it is with a fork!), once the butter has been creamed stir in the egg and vanilla.
  3. Remove the self-raising flour from the oven and sift in the flour to the mixing bowl. Sprinkle in the salt and stir with a wooden spoon. You will reach a point when the mixture becomes more dough like, if you see any ingredients that haven’t been mixed use your hands to mix them together.
  4. Take out the maltesers from the freezer and crush them into small pieces with a rolling pin. Mix the crushed maltesers  to your cookie dough.
  5. Once you have added in the maltesers , roll your dough into walnut size balls. Repeat this until all your dough is in a ball shape.
  6. Place the ungreased baking paper onto a baking tray. Now there are two times to leave these in the oven for, if you want the true Millie’s cookie style leave in the oven for 8 minutes. They will be really doughy and extremely yummy (this is my favourite way to bake them!). Or you can bake for 10 mins or until they are just golden.
  7. Take your cookies out of the oven, and leave them on the baking tray to harden for 5 minutes then transfer to a wire cooling rack. Once the cookies have cooled you can cut them into different shapes with cookie cutters. Or if you want the more professional not homemade look use a small tumbler glass!

These cookies are best served warm, as the maltesers will be chewy! Enjoy 🙂





2 Comments Add yours

  1. Arielle says:

    They look so delicious! 🙂


    1. mayavthomas says:

      Thanks Arielle 🙂


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