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Boston Cream Pie Cookie Cups


I’ve been on quite a roll with the cookie cups recently, first Cheesecake Cookie Cups would look so cute on your 4th of July table, and Peanut Butter Cookie Cups would be good any time!  These cookie cups have a sugar cookie cup, with vanilla cheesecake mousse center and chocolate whip cream on top, so Boston Cream Pie in a bite!

I just took a package of sugar cookie mix and made them to the package directions, refrigerated the dough, rolled them into balls, popped them in a mini muffin pan, and baked them off.  I actually did that the night before and just stored them in a Ziploc bag.BOSTON CREAM PIE CUPS 001BOSTON CREAM PIE CUPS 004

Then I took Jello Cheesecake pudding mix and made it according to the box directions, whipped up some whip cream and folded the whip cream into the pudding and piped it into the cups.BOSTON CREAM PIE CUPS 005BOSTON CREAM PIE CUPS 006After that was done, I made chocolate whip cream and piped on top


Boston Cream Pie Cups

1 package of sugar cookie, made according to directions

1 4 serving package of Cheesecake Jello

1 2/3 cup of milk

1 cup of heavy whipping cream, divided

2 TBSP cocoa powder

2 tsp. vanilla, divided

6 TBSP sugar, divided

Make sugar cookies according to the package, refrigerate at least a 1/2 hour, then roll out into small balls, using a small ice cream scoop to make them uniform, put into a well-greased  mini muffin tins and press down with the back of the scoop to make a little indentation, Bake 8 to 12 minutes until lightly brown.  When you remove them from the oven, use the end of a wooden spoon to press down in the center to make a cup, cool and remove from the pan.   Mix milk and jello together, whisking for 2 minutes, then put 1/2 a cup of heavy whipping cream in another bowl and with a mixer, whip until very thick. When thick, add 3 TBSP of sugar and 1 tsp. of vanilla, and mix in. Gently fold pudding and cream together, pipe into cups.  In the same bowl you made the whip cream, add the rest of the whipping cream and whip until very thick, when thick add cocoa powder, remaining vanilla and sugar, mix together. Pipe on top of the filling, refrigerate and serve.

This recipe was shared at Ducks ‘n a Row Recipe Sharing Party

This recipe was shared at The Country Cook  Weekend Pot Luck Party #229