June 03, 2017 13:16 GMT by dailymail.co.uk

Simple three-ingredient recipe for Subway cookies

Simple three-ingredient recipe for Subway cookies

It is everyone’s favourite melt-in-your-mouth biscuit. And you can now bake up a fresh batch of Subway cookies from the comfort of your own home - just in time for the frosty arrival of Australia’s winter.

It is everyone’s favourite melt-in-your-mouth biscuit.

And you can now bake up a fresh batch of Subway cookies from the comfort of your own home - just in time for the frosty arrival of Australia’s winter.

The three-ingredient recipe from Kidspot is painstakingly easy, but tastes just like the real deal. So pull out your oven mitts and get ready to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Subway cookies have long been crowned the favourite melt-in-your-mouth biscuit

Subway cookies have long been crowned the favourite melt-in-your-mouth biscuit

Ingredients 

  • One packet of cake mix (or brownie mix: can experiment)
  •  Two eggs
  •  1/3 cup of vegetable oil
  •  Sprinkles or M&M's (optional)

The first step is to mix up a packet of cake mix, 2 eggs, 1/3 cup of vegetable oil and sprinkles or M&M's (these are optional but advised) together in a bowl.

Next, you can mix the dough into no more than 12 small balls (they will spread) on a lined baking tray.

Bake on a 200C oven for about seven minutes, then set them aside to cool for 10 minutes on a baking rack and bon apatite.

You can even put you own spin on the classic recipe by using a Red velvet, Caramel or Gluten-free cake mix.

The three-ingredient recipe is painstakingly easy, but tastes just like the real deal (image: homemade Subway cookies)

The three-ingredient recipe is painstakingly easy, but tastes just like the real deal (image: homemade Subway cookies)

The recipe involves mixing the dough into no more than 12 small balls (they will spread) on a lined baking tray

The recipe involves mixing the dough into no more than 12 small balls (they will spread) on a lined baking tray


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