How to make delicious Milky Bar cookie dough handles at home in minutes

Home cook reveals how to make delicious Milky Bar cookie dough handles at home in minutes

  • A home cook has unveiled their very decadent Milky Bar cookie dough recipe
  • The woman showed the recipe on Instagram where it quickly went viral
  • The recipe calls for sugar, white chocolate, sugar, flour, eggs and vanilla

An ‘Instagram-famous’ baker has shared her easy recipe for a decadent Milky Bar-flavored cookie dough slice.

Eloise Head, who became a social media sensation during the initial Covid lockdown by posting videos of desserts on her now viral food blog, FitWaffle Kitchen, makes the dough with butter, sugar, flour and eggs.

The extremely rich-looking cookie dough recipe also calls for Milky Bar chocolate, vanilla essence, and extra white chocolate chips.

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An ‘Instagram-Famous’ Baker Has Shared Her Easy Recipe for a Decadent Milky Bar-Flavored Slice of Cookie Dough

The recipe calls for 150 grams of brown sugar

And 270 grams of plan flour

The recipe, which is easy to follow, requires brown sugar and flour to be added in stages

“If you like white chocolate, you must try these cookie dough handles,” she captioned the instructional video.

“They’re super soft and gooey and packed with creamy bits of white chocolate,” she said.

The video begins with the popular chef pressing a fork into the cooked cookie dough – showing off its soft, gooey center.

She continues by adding the butter, brown sugar and white sugar to a bowl and mixing with a hand mixer.

She then adds two eggs and some vanilla essence to the mix before whipping the mix again.

Once the ingredients are mixed together, she adds the flour, salt, and carbohydrate-rich soda.

The sugar and butter must be mixed first

The last thing to add is the chocolate

The sugar and butter should be creamed off first – the white chocolate bits were the last things added to the mix

The cook then scooped the mix into a brownie tray and decorated with extra chocolate pieces

The cook then scooped the mix into a brownie tray and decorated with extra chocolate pieces

She stirs with a wooden spoon before adding her Milky Bar pieces and white chocolate chips.

She then scoops the mix into a brownie tin, pressing pieces of white chocolate into the top before baking for 30 minutes.

And the cook’s fans raved about the tasty treat uploaded just in time for the Queensland lockdown with over 18k people liking and commenting on it in less than 12 hours.

The young chef said it’s important to let the dough cool completely before slicing – and to keep the treat in the fridge for a ‘firmer cut’.

How can I make Milky Bar cookie dough handles at home?


225 g unsalted butter, softened

150 g light brown sugar

75 g granulated sugar

2 large eggs

200g Milky Bar chunks + 50g for the top

1 tsp vanilla extract

270 g flour

1 tsp bicarbonate soda

1 tsp salt

100 g white chocolate chips + 20 g for the top


Place the softened butter, light brown sugar and granulated sugar in a bowl and mix with an electric beater until well combined.

Add two eggs and the vanilla essence and mix again.

Once combined, add the salt, bi-carb soda, and flour. Stir with a wooden spoon.

Add the white chocolate drops and the Milky Bar pieces and stir. Then pour the mixture into a brownie tin.

Decorate the top with more pieces of white chocolate.

Then bake for 30 minutes at 150C.

Let cool, then refrigerate for a smoother cut.

Source: FitWaffle Kitchen