Custard Cream Cookies - Slow Cooker Corn Casserole

Custard Cream Cookies

custard cream cookies
    custard cream
  • n. Brit. a biscuit with a vanilla-flavoured cream filling.
  • A custard cream is a type of biscuit popular in the United Kingdom. Its structure is that of a biscuit sandwich with a fondant centre. The biscuit tastes of vanilla and as such is more akin to the taste of custard powder than conventional custard.
  • (cookie) the cook on a ranch or at a camp
  • A packet of data sent by an Internet server to a browser, which is returned by the browser each time it subsequently accesses the same server, used to identify the user or track their access to the server
  • A small sweet cake, typically round, flat, and crisp
  • (cookie) any of various small flat sweet cakes (`biscuit' is the British term)
  • A person of a specified kind
  • (cookie) a short line of text that a web site puts on your computer's hard drive when you access the web site

thailand cookie report 2: revenge
thailand cookie report 2: revenge
Picture isn't as good this time; shouldn't have put everything in at once. Coffee milk: better (and cheaper, though milk in general is more expensive here) than any such item I've found in California; does not match Upstate Farms Vanilla Cappuccino Milk, but then again, pretty much nothing can Sausage rolls: pretty much what you would expect; they're basic and decent tasting - a sausage in a roll. Hello Panda: another classic like the custard creams from yesterday; Doreen's favorite. Creamy, good tasting chocolate in a crispy waferish cookie outer piece. Had to get the bigger size because it comes with a sticker. I haven't opened it yet so I don't know what the sticker is (I had a lot of these last time I was here so thankfully I don't need to eat them again to review them right now). Milk Cream Panbread - I really like the concept of "panbread" - a soft, flat roll filled with something tasty. The ones I have gotten in the past (Taro and Pandan flavors being especially good) were round; this one is about twice the size of a standard one and I haven't had this filling before. Hard to describe flavor, but good - kind of a buttery custard. TimTam: pretty good; chocolate biscuit cookies with thin (and almost undetectable when eating) vanilla cream filling, covered with chocolate. Good crunchiness, but a little "light" in flavor - biscuity rather than oreo-e. This one was more expensive than most, and the four cookies inside are not individually wrapped (as most in this size packaging are) so I had to eat them all (to avoid bugs). Probably wouldn't get again, but there are other flavors to try. Shouldn't have covered up the picture on the package, sorry. I (both literally and figuratively) bit off more than I can chew (hence "revenge"); I'll have to do the rest later. Continued: Dewberry: I don't know, I wouldn't normally go for this kind of cookie. Pretty standard cookie with blueberry jam; not bad really but I don't generally think fruit flavors go well with cookies. To be honest, though, this is better than some fancy cookies I've had - you know, the kind you might see around Christmas when people buy fancy-looking but not good-tasting cookies. Tourist: kind of strange; bland wafer with bubbles filled with creamy chocolate. Nothing bad about it, but nothing very interesting either. Chocolate volume was higher than is usually expected from what I've tried previously, but it's not really high quality or tasty so the whole thing is kind of pointless. Package was hard to open, and it feels delicate so you try to treat it delicately so it doesn't break, making it even harder. Tivoli: I was surprised by this one. There are all kinds of this style cookie available here, the thin wafers layered with cream or whatnot. I've never been a big fan of these (Kit-Kat excepted, which takes a different approach with thick, solid chocolate) but obviously people like them if there are so many choices. This one was pretty good, though, a light crispiness and texture with a good amount of cream between the layers (rather than being mostly wafer, which would make it bland) - not a filling (or fulfilling) thing, but a good light snack I guess. Still, I would buy other things before this wafer kind of thing. beng-beng: well you would think with such a description it would be good, but it was very disappointing. Rather than finding "DOUBLE Chocolate" and "DOUBLE Caramel", I would replace "DOUBLE" with "ONE-FOURTH OF WHAT YOU EXPECT." It wasn't bad, but it was mostly wafer, which is bland. If it had really been oozing with caramel as in the picture on the package, it would probably have been great. And seriously - it's supposed to have "4 Delicious tastes in One Bite", but two of those tastes are "Wafer" and "Crispy" - that should have tipped me off that this would be disappointing :) Unless of course they were trying to imply that the DOUBLE chocolate and DOUBLE caramel added up to 4 separate delicious tastes.
cookie report 3: beyond cookie report
cookie report 3: beyond cookie report
I have basically exhausted the selection of cookies in small packages; I have not had everything but anything that's left is just different flavors of things I've had or things I don't really feel like getting because they're not very interesting (I may pick up some of those eventually). So, I'm expanding into drinks and baked goods, and whatever else I find. Red bean panbread - what you would expect if you've had red bean; good quality red bean filling (not too sweet and not real creamy); pretty good but I would not necessarily choose this flavor over the taro or pandan panbreads. Cream custard filling bun - very good filling; basically custard pudding - the problem with it is that the moisture from that made the roll a little soggy, and they skimped out on the filling - it was only in about 1/3 of the interior of the bun. I would get this one again, but I hope that if I do it is filled more. Oishi Green Tea - Honey Lemon - good, very sweet iced green tea. Drank these all the time when I was here before; I think Doreen preferred the "original" flavor because it isn't as sweet, but I like all of them. Honey Lemon is the sweetest flavor, but it's not a "heavy" sweetness - I'd say it's just about right, and very good. It's sort of like honey lemon cough drops and things like that, but without the harshness, just the good part of the flavor. The black tea (lemon flavored) from the same company, though, is way too sweet - it tastes like sugar with a slight hint of lemon. It's fine if you dilute it with 30-50% water, though. Oishi Amino Plus Charge - pretty typical sports drink, like gatorade or powerade, perhaps a little bit sweeter. Not much to be said about it, there's nothing really differentiating this from what you'd find elsewhere; the flavor is pretty good I guess. Kirin Green Tea Latte - update - disappointing. For a relatively expensive drink in a small bottle, you kind of expect better taste. Certainly not bad, but not great. Tastes artificial, and the sweetness is a bit off.

custard cream cookies
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