~Creme Brulee Cookies!

Give me a torch and I promise you, I can ‘Brulee’ any~thing!  In fact, don’t sit still for too long at my house, because I might just cover you in sugar and chase you with a torch..really!  ;)

You just can’t beat a sweet, warm tender Sugar Cookie filled with ‘Vanilla Cream’ and topped with a crispy, burnt Sugar Shell!  And those dark sugary Cookie edges are to die for!

~It’s Creme Brulee, in Cookie form..no spoon or bowl required!

Now you can pick up your Creme Brulee with one hand, and you’re free to go about your day!  ~That’s such a beautiful thing!  ;)

What you’ll need for approx 15-20 medium Creme Brulee Cookies:

1 Roll of Pillsbury Sugar Cookies

1/2 cup White Sugar

Vanilla Pudding (I used Pudding Cups, and I used 2 of them)

A kitchen torch

Directions:

Bake the Cookies according to the directions.  Take them out and make a nice dent in them with the back of a spoon while they’re warm..

Fill that dent with some of the Vanilla Pudding…

Top it with a sprinkling of Sugar….

Now, fire up that torch~~Crisp up the Sugar just until it’s golden and candy-like…

Take a moment to stare at their beauty..and then crunch into the creamiest, BEST handheld Creme Brulee EVER!  ~Enjoy! :)

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19 Comments

  1. I can’t wait to try these! I will be getting the ingredients soon! thanks for sharing them!

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  2. Such a cute idea. I’ve bruleed the tops of cupcakes before. Now I gotta do it to cookies.

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  3. These were great thanks! I didn’t add enough sugar at first but once I figured it, delish! Thanks

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  4. They looks delicious I can almost taste them now!

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  5. Can I do this somehow without a kitchen torch ??? Plz tell me there’s a way…

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    • Hmm..some have said a lighter..lol. Honestly, the huge torch was $25.00 at Home Depot..and I use it all the time! :)

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    • You can get a pen torch from almost any store (harbor freights has them for around 5 bucks) Just go in and ask for a butane pen torch and they will help you find it. You really need a torch because they reach a higher heat than a lighter or a match would. I stole my first torch from my husbands tool box… :)

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      • YES Kelley!! Thank you..there’s nothing that can do what a torch can do, it changed my life in the kitchen…I love mine! :)

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  6. Do they have to be refrigerated?

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    • The pudding is shelf stable so I’d keep them covered at room temp for a day or two..then into the fridge if you have any left. :)

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  7. You could try the broil setting in the oven but you would need to watch them really well as sugar catches fire really fast.

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  8. Hi,

    These look amazing! I’m planning on making them a day in advance for a party, any tips on keeping them fresh? Should I keep them in the fridge and take them out a few hours before? Will the cookie become hard? Can I use a homemade sugar cookie recipe that uses shortening to keep them soft?

    Thank you

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    • They should be fine for a few hours, but after that the crispy sugar will start to soften up. :)

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      • so I’ll just prepare the cookies the day before and leave the pudding and torching for party day :) thank you!

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        • Yep…sounds great! Enjoy! :)

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  9. Do u think u could use kozy shack rice pudding instead of vanilla pudding?.

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  10. Can u use kozy shack rice pudding?

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    • It’s worth a try :)

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