Baked Goods & Sweet Treats Recipes

Custard Chocolate Chip Cookies

The dangerous thing about having a fully stocked pantry is that if I start craving a sweet treat, I can have one from the oven sitting in front of my in less than half an hour.
 
Custard Chocolate Chip Cookies
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 Five individually delicious cookies.
 
(Adapted from Mommy on Demand)
Ingredients:
1 cup of butter
3/4 cup of brown sugar
1/4 cup of granulated sugar
1 package of instant custard mix
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 1/4 cups of flour
1 teaspoon of baking soda
1/2 teaspoon of salt
2 cups of chocolate chips
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Is there anything more glorious than an edible cookie jenga tower?
 
Preheat oven to 350 F. Cream the eggs, butter and sugar together. Then add in all the remaining dry ingredients and the vanilla. Stir until thoroughly combined. (It will be thick) Lastly, fold the chocolate chips in.
 
These cookies expand a lot, so only put about 1 tablespoon of dough down on the cookie sheet, leaving 1- 2 inches between each cookie. Bake for 12 minutes.
 
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Socks the Panda also loves cookies.
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Mmm….cookies.
 

 

 

 

 

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  • Yummy. It is trouble when we have a stocked pantry as well!

  • Delicious. I made some shoddy biscuits this weekend. Didn’t stop me eating all of them though. These look worth a try. I love the addition of custard.

    • Waste not, want not, right? I never throw anything away even if it turns out disasterously. Which does happen. x

  • Is instant custard like instant pudding?? I have been having a hard time findong anything similar….I use it in my cakes.

    • Ooohhh, similar but not exactly the same. But I’ve found that a great substitute for Jello pudding bag mixes is “Angel Delight” I’ve tried both the chocolate and the lemon in recipes successfully in replace of American pudding boxes. x

  • Oh my gosh. Was just reading something about custard this morning and had a major craving for it and now this. Honestly, I take my hat off to your baking skills! Yet another cheat meal to pin ;).

    • Thank you so much! Can you not get custard in Germany?! That must be remedied. *looks up custard shipping prices to Germany* xx

      • I haven’t found it anywhere that wasn’t ridiculously overpriced as it was imported. Weep. I would be interested to know what you found out… VERY interested. Maybe we can do a food exchange? I have a serious amount of Haribo and Milka products at my disposal.

  • I feel exactly the same way as you do about a full pantry–danger ranger! But these cookies make it all look worthwhile (and I love that panda in the background 🙂

    • HA! I love that you spotted the lurking panda. His name is Socks. He’s my lucky panda. (That might be the most childish thing I’ve admitted on here to date.) x

  • Mmm cookies indeed! What an interesting concept to use custard!

  • I’ve got a fully stocked pantry, but loathe cleaning up the mess that I make from baking things, so don’t do it nearly enough. Now I’m really craving chocolate chip cookies though!

    • I will totally admit that when I am baking I put the bowl in the (empty) sink so that if flour or sugar goes everywhere instead of it being all over the cabinet I just have to wash it down the sink 🙂 x

  • I loved having a full pantry so when I find something on pinterest, I can just do it!

  • Okay…. how many of those did you eat Amanda………?

  • It’s just not fair, my cookies NEVER turn out that good. I’m giving this recipe to my roommate and making her bake them!

  • Haha custard cookies – what a fun idea! I love custard but I’d never have thought to use it to make cookies. I might try making these with white chocolate chips, I think that would work really well 🙂

    • White chocolate would be delicious! I love the combination of white chocolate and fruit so maybe this has inspired a white chocolate and cranberry recipe for the future…. x

  • msmelaniemarie

    The ONLY way that this could possibly be better is finding some way to add clotted cream. And I mean the good kind – I have yet to find that in America, but I will never give up the search, even if it means trying all the crap ones first.

    Also, now I’m hungry and want cookies for lunch.

    Melanie xx
    Style to Stage

    • Oh god. I am having massive clotted cream cravings now…. That’s go alright on top of pancakes. Hmm… maybe that will happen for dinner tonight! Would somewhere like Whole Foods do clotted cream for you?

      A friend gave me tickets to press night of “The Knight of the Burning Pestle” on the Wannamaker stage and I thought of you! x

      • msmelaniemarie

        Whole Foods has one type of clotted cream and it’s absolute rubbish. I reckon I’ll just have to make my own, though it means having the oven going for 8+ hours. The things I do for pure fat… :p

        And yay! Let me know all about it! I only got to see the SWP before the official opening so without the candles and all. 🙁

        • Lame! I can’t think of any other big store that would do it off the top of my head. If you do make it, that’s certainly something you’ll have to blog about (and pat yourself on the back for).

          It’s beautiful with the candles. But I love how cleverly the light can be adjusted by using the sliding panels all around the theatre behind the audience. I love the space. Do you know how many it seats off the top of your head? My only *very small* gripe is that it’s really hard to get in and out of the pit seats when the theatre is full. Lots of unladylike climbing across benches, etc. But that’s only because I was desperate for a wee…. x

          • msmelaniemarie

            I believe it’s 340, though I don’t know if that includes groundlings. I’d imagine it does – the theatre space is quite tiny. Not ideal for a mid-show toilet run, and with Shakespeare length plays, that’s bound to happen.