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February 11, 2014 / mintcustard

Creme egg cookies

Hidden inside.

Hidden inside.

Last year I made Eric Lanlard’s creme egg brownies. Thank heavens Creme eggs are not on sale all year round otherwise I’d be in serious trouble. I was looking to make them again tis year but also have been going through a bit of a cookie phase so I wondered if I could use creme eggs in a biscuit. Then I remembered these Double stuffed cookies. Could I? Should I? Why wouldnt I!!!!! Creme eggs hidden inside a cookie it is then.

125g soft butter

150g soft brown muscovado sugar

150g plain flour

1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda

1 egg

vanilla powder or extract

I pack Creme egg mini eggs (approx 8 eggs)

Icing sugar

yellow food colouring

Heat the oven to 180c (makes 8 cookies)

  • Line two baking trays with baking parchment.
  • Unwrap the creme eggs

creme egg 3

  • Beat together the butter and the sugar, when well combined add in the egg and whisk again.
  • Fold in the flour, vanilla and bicarbonate of soda.
  • Take a table-spoon of the mixture and roll into a ball. Press the creme egg into the mixture and work the dough around until the egg is hidden in the dough.
Hiding the egg!

Hiding the egg!

  • Lay out on the baking tray. Leave space between the spoons of mixture as they will spread as they cook.
Unbaked cookies need lots of space.

Unbaked cookies need lots of space.

  • Bake in the oven for 12 to 15 minutes.
  • Allow to cool on the tray then transfer to a cooling rack to finish cooling .
Baked cooling cookies

Baked cooling cookies

  • Mix up three tbsp of icing sugar with just enough water and food colour to make a stiff paste.
  • Place blobs of icing over the creme egg to resemble the middle of a fried egg.
When is an egg not an egg?

When is an egg not an egg?

No faffing around with twist ties and Tupperware. Just pop any uneaten cookies in a tin for tomorrow. If they last that long.



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  1. Jerry / Feb 12 2014 9:42 am

    You should enter these in the #CremeEggBake!

    • mintcustard / Feb 19 2014 5:51 pm

      I have done just that, and have you seen the doughnuts post too?


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