Dark Dream Crumble Cookie is a dream-crushingly delicious cookie. With dark chocolate and crisp flakes of brittle, the soft and chewy dough is baked in a ganache-filled pie shell, making it even more decadent than before.
The dark chocolate is smooth with a hint of hazelnut. The cookie combines a mousse and cream, giving it a smooth, creamy texture. The cookie is garnished with crunchy cereal pieces, which are somewhat reminiscent of Kellogg’s cornflakes and gives the cookie a satisfying crunch.
Why I Love This Recipe?
- The cookie is delicious.
- The cookie is easy to make.
- The cookie is easy to share with friends.
- The cookie looks pretty.
- The cookie is elegant.
How to Make This Dark Dream Crumble Cookie?
- 2 cups (260g) all-purpose flour
- One teaspoon of baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter at room temperature
- 3/4 cup granulated sugar
- 3/4 cup dark chocolate chips
- One tablespoon of boiling water
- Three tablespoons heavy cream
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 9-inch pie shell
- Food processor
- Measuring cups
- Measuring spoons
- Stand mixer or hand mixer
- Rubber Spatula
- 8-inch baking pan
- Silicone brush/pastry brush
Preheat the oven to 350°F (176°C). In a bowl, mix flour, baking powder, and salt. Set aside.
With a stand or hand mixer, beat the butter until creamy and light. Add granulated sugar and continue beating until it’s light yellow. Add dark chocolate chips and mix on low speed for 30 seconds, then mix on high speed for another 1 minute or so until the dark chocolate chips are incorporated into the batter.
Add boiling water and mix for another 2 minutes on low speed until the cookie dough forms light and airy. With a spatula, scoop cookie dough into a ball, roll it in the palm of your hand to create a long snake, then cut it into 1-inch slices with a serrated knife. Set them back onto the baking sheet while you prepare the filling.
Whisk together heavy cream and salt in a small bowl until well blended. Set aside. Place the baking pan on the preheated oven rack and set aside for 15 minutes until the pie shell’s edges are slightly toasted (but not charred). Meanwhile, prepare a foil sling by stretching a double layer over the top of a baking sheet.
Line the hot pie shell’s bottom with a piece of parchment paper, spray it lightly with cooking spray, and set aside for 10 minutes. Dip a silicone brush or pastry brush in the heavy cream, then paint the insides of the 9-inch pastry shell, including its edges.
Place the baking pan in the preheated oven and bake on the center rack at 350°F (176°C) for 12 minutes or until golden brown. Remove the baking pan from the oven and place it on a wire rack to cool completely. Once cool, remove the foil sling and place the pie shell on a cake stand to serve.
- Use a teaspoon if you don’t have a silicone or pastry brush.
- I bought my dark chocolate chips at Whole Foods, which contain hazelnut flavor. You may use regular dark chocolate chips, but if you do, add 1/2 teaspoon of hazelnut extract to the cookie dough in Step 3 instead of 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.
- I used a Wilton 9-inch pie shell (in the refrigerated section).
Nutrition Facts Of Dark Dream Crumble Cookie
Amount per serving (1 cookie)
Nutrition data is approximate and is for information only. Nutrition Facts may not be exact because the recipe has been altered and re-tested several times to ensure its accuracy.
07 Amazing Health Benefits of Dark Dream Crumble Cookie
1. dark chocolate can lower blood pressure and increase blood flow.
2. Dark chocolate helps reduce the risk of heart attack by strengthening the heart muscle, while baking at high temperatures (350˚F/176˚C) kills bacteria that may contaminate the cookie.
3. Dark chocolate contains melatonin, a sleep-inducing hormone, and thus can help you sleep better after eating this cookie.
4. Dark chocolate can reduce the symptoms of PMS. Research has demonstrated a positive correlation between chocolate consumption and less menstrual pain. The effect is most potent in women who have a high intake of chocolate during their premenstrual phase (when they may feel more depressed or stressed out).
5. Dark chocolate increases blood flow to the brain; indeed, it helps protect brain cells from damage in case of stroke or other trauma. It can slow the rate at which dementia develops in the elderly.
6. Dark chocolate has been linked to a lower risk of developing endometriosis, a painful condition when uterine tissue grows outside the uterus.
7. Dark chocolate has been found to prevent platelet clumping, which is associated with poor blood flow in arteries, and thus can prevent strokes and heart attacks.
How Long Will Dark Dream Crumble Cookie Take To Prepare?
- Preparation time: 5 minutes
- Baking time: 12 minutes
- Cooling time: 10 minutes
- Total time: 27 minutes
- Servings: 8
What is the secret of Dark Dream Crumble Cookie?
Crumble cookies, also known as shaker ones, are soft, sweet, buttery, and crumbled, i.e., made of dough so rich with butter that it can be crushed off a spoon. They are hard to resist!
What cookies are better, Crumble or insomnia?
Crumble is made with a higher content of dark chocolate, which has been known to improve sleep quality. So it’s better than cookies to avoid insomnia.
What is a dark dream cookie at Crumble?
A unique Crumble made with dark chocolate is a cookie to be proud of. The dark chocolate gives you a delightful crunch, while the almonds provide a nutty flavor that complements the sweet taste of the chocolate.
Do Crumble cookies ever bring back flavors?
The dark chocolate in Crumble cookies is not just one of the ingredients but also a prominent flavor. The dark chocolate chips were combined with smooth and creamy butter that you can taste.
What is the most popular flavor of Crumble cookies?
To find out which is the most popular flavor of Crumble, we have all the variations of Crumble, and we can tell you that dark chocolate with almonds is the most popular.
Why is Crumble using dirty dough?
Dirty dough is the most popular flavor of Crumble. It was Crumble’s first flavor, and it will always be. The important thing is to keep it that way.
Why did Crumbl decide to stop selling dirty dough?
The dirty dough is an old recipe and does not fit the new directions of Crumble. It was supposed to be a chocolate cookie with a hint of peanut butter, but when we started selling these, this mix was out on the market, and some competitors started using it. We wanted to keep our original flavor of cookies, so we are introducing new flavors instead.
Why did Crumbl stop sugar cookies?
While it was not the first flavor of Crumble, sugar cookies have been one of the most popular. It was a favorite because it had a familiar taste with something new.
Why did Crumbl stop chocolate chip cookies?
The old recipe for chocolate chip cookies is no longer available, and we decided to change the recipe to make them more attractive. We invented almost all the recipes that came after that one.
Is Dark Dream Crumble Cookie Safe For Pregnant And Nursing Women?
Dark chocolate is a natural antioxidant that helps prevent cell damage and lowers blood pressure, which can be especially beneficial for pregnant women and nursing mothers.
Since the ingredients have a negligible effect on the Crumble, the chocolate can benefit pregnant women. The healthy fats in dark chocolate protect against heart disease and stroke.
Can I Freeze And Store It?
Yes, you can store the cookies in their original package for about 2 to 3 weeks or freeze them for up to 6 months (they will not turn into rock-hard ice cream). The cookies will take longer to harden once frozen, so let them sit at room temperature for 10 minutes before serving.
Dark Dream Crumble Cookie is one of the most nutritious foods, containing complex carbohydrates and proteins (good quality), minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants (antioxidants).
Almonds have a high content of protein and monounsaturated fats, which improves blood flow. This cookie provides you with the best of both worlds. It’s not just dark chocolate or almonds, but both together. In each bite, you will enjoy the smooth taste of dark chocolate mixed with a crispy taste of almonds.