Custard Cream Cookies Recipe

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Time: 18 minutes



  1. all-purpose flour
  2. custard powder
  3. baking soda
  4. powdered sugar
  5. margarine
  6. butter


  1. cream 2 ounces of powdered sugar with the 6 ounces of butter or margarine
  2. cream well until fluffy
  3. sift the 6 ounces of flour with the baking soda , and custard powder
  4. add dry mixture to the creamed mix and combine well
  5. roll into small balls , and then flatten with the tines of a fork
  6. bake at 325f on parchment-lined sheet , until bottoms are just turning golden
  7. this should be about 8 minutes
  8. remove to cooling rack and cool completely
  9. -cream filling-
  10. combine the last of the 2 ounces powdered icing sugar with the 1 ounce of room temperature butter , until creamy and spreadable
  11. spread frosting on the bottom of one cookie , and top with the bottom of another , to make a filled cookie

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