Custard Melting Moment

Monday, February 1, 2010

A continuation of my cookies post. Among the 3 types of cookies I had bake, this I heart the most. Maybe due to the fact I am a peanut lover. This recipes contains lots of peanut butter. Yummylicious peanut butter. Slurp slurp.


210g butter
160g icing sugar
2 egg yolks

150g creamy peanut butter

150g custard powder
210g plain flour

  1. Preheat oven to 150 Celsius.
  2. Beat A until white and fluffy. Add in B and beat well.
  3. Sieve in C. Mix till a dough is formed. Scale at 8 grams each portion.
  4. Roll each into rounds and press against cookie board to form patterned cookies. Arrange on lined baking trays.
  5. Bake (3) in a preheated oven for 20-25 minutes. Cool well before storage.


Cornflakes Cookies

This cookies are commonly found in any household during the festive season. It's easy to make and in line with the CNY, I had purposely chosen red cupcake liners for them. I think this cookies are great and popular among kids as I was told by Hubby, his sister's children 'sapu' finish all of them in one afternoon. I suspected the reason behind it was milk powder was one of the ingredients for this recipe. 'Hehe' .... should make and find more recipes that contain milk powder in the future.


250g butter
80g icing sugar

50g milk powder
180g plain flour
200g potato flour

100g cornflakes (crushed)

Material needed: Small cupcake liners

  1. Preheat oven to 150 Celsius.
  2. Beat A until light and fluffy. Fold in B and finally fold in C.
  3. Divided (2) into 8 grams portions. Place into small cupcake liners. Arrange on baking trays.
  4. Bake in a pre-heated oven for 20-25minutes.
  5. Cool on wire racks completely before storing in airtight containers.


Chocolate Chips Oat Cookies

Since I had an oven back home, I decided to made a few types of home made cookies to bring back to my parents and in-laws place in conjunction with CNY. I had been delaying and delaying in posting them up in the blog. This cookies will be great for chocolate lovers - oat with a tinge of crunch chocolate chips.


150g unsalted butter
100g brown sugar
30g sugar
1 egg
1 tsp vanilla essence
15g milk
pinch of salt

250g flour
7g baking powder
2g baking soda

120g oat
120g chocolate chips

  1. Beat A till fluffy and light.
  2. Sift B and fold in lightly with C till become dough.
  3. Roll the dough into small balls and place onto a greased tray.
  4. Bake for approximately 20 minutes at 180 Celsius.

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