Creme brulee consists of a custard base that is topped with a layer of hard caramel. It's a delicious dessert in its many forms, which include recipes for Chocolate-Ancho Creme Brulee, Ginger Creme Brulee, Pumplin Spice Creme Brulee, and Maple Creme Brulee with Cranberries and Hazelnuts to name a few.See Popular Creme Brulee Recipes
The rich chocolate and cream favorite is baked in a casserole dish, then a cooled sugar syrup makes a topper for this dessert.
The addition of lemon peel gives this version of a classic dessert a little lighter flavor.
Learn how to use a small butane torch to get the perfect, melted sugar topping on a cr??me brulee. It's a great way to show off your culinary skills for dinner guests!
If there's a dish more decadent than this Creme Brulee French Toast, we can't imagine what it could be. Sweet, rich and utterly delicious, this special breakfast (or brunch ... or dessert!) is also astoundingly easy to make. All it takes is 15 minutes of prep and 7 to 8 hours in your slow cooker, and you have treat that's bound to make you purr like Catherine Deneuve after that third glass of Burgundy. Creme brulee is literally translated as "burnt cream," and while you won't get the hard sugar crust associated with classic creme brulee in this slow-cookerread more
This creme brulee saves you close to 600 calories per serving!
The Caramelized Topper creates a brittle, candy-like layer over the creamy custard. Though it may look complicated, creme brulee is relatively simple to make.
Layers of raspberries and custard topped with lacy caramelized sugar shapes an elegant yet easy-to-make dessert recipe.
Maple syrup adds sweetness and flavor to the custard mixture in this rich and creamy dessert. The dried cranberry topper adds a burst of color.
This creamy dessert combines two favorite treats into one. It features the flavors of a latte put into a delicious creme brulee.
Chile peppers add a different yet delicious flavor to this chocolate dessert. Give it a try for your next dinner party!
Serve this creamy and rich custard dessert as an option to pumpkin pie at your holiday dinner.
Create the crackling caramel topping for this custard dessert by melting sugar in a skillet on the stove top.
Layers of raspberries and custard topped with lacy caramelized sugar form this elegant yet easy-to-make dessert.
Serve this rich custard dessert to your tea drinking friends. The tea adds a unique flavor.
Canned pumpkin adds a taste of autumn to this classic custard dessert. Serve it in a mini pumpkin or a gourd for a fun presentation.