Custard Cookie Cake Order – Cookie Run Kingdom

Make Custard Cookie's Cake Order for the Cookie Run: Kingdom Cake Shop event!
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If you need to help figuring out Custard Cookie’s Cake Order in the new Cookie Run Kingdom Holiday Cake Shop Event, we’ll walk you through it! Cookie Run Kingdom just launched its holiday event, the Sugar Gnomes’ Holiday Cake Shop, which is a limited time event for December.

You will bake various goodies for the Cookies, and for each Cookie’s order you complete, you will earn Sweeet ‘n Shiny Coin Chocolates. There is a trick, though, because the Cookies will make a request that may take some thinking to figure out exactly what they are looking for in their cake order. If you get it right, you’ll receive a 5-heart review.

If you’re looking for freebies, be sure to head to our Cookie Run Kingdom Codes page!

Custard Cookie Cake Order

Custard Cookie Cake Order asks for a “Sweet Choco Cream cake” with “at least 4 tiers” that has “lots and lots of Choco Frosting on top.” You will need to make a 4-tier, Sweet Choco Cream cake with 8x Choco Frosting.

Each Cookie will give instructions–sometimes very specific, sometimes needing some interpretation, which is where we’ll help you out–and you can easily recall their instructions by clicking the ‘Recipe’ icon on the bottom right of the screen.

TypeSweet Choco Cream
Tiersat least 4
FrostingsChoco flavor, at least 8 dollops
Toppingsnot yet unlocked

You can wrap up the cake for Custard Cookie, and then you should receive 5 Hearts and a review.

More Cookie Cake Order Guides for Cookie Run: Kingdom

You can use the list below to help you figure out how to make the other cookie cake orders.


That completes our guide to getting 5-hearts on Custard Cookie’s Cake Order in the Cookie Run Kingdom Holiday Cake Shop Event! Check out the rest of our Cookie Run Kingdom coverage.

Christine Mielke

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