Custard is a dessert that can please all palates because it comes in so many variations. Whether you try a recipe for Frozen Caramel Custard, Double-Deck Chocolate Custards, or Cinnamon-Pumpkin Custard, you'll quickly become a custard connoisseur.
Here's our version of flan, a Latin dessert. Citrus peel and cinnamon are steeped with the milk to add a unique flavor.
This eye-catching, layered dessert uses both semisweet and bittersweet chocolate.
Make these pots of creamy lemon pudding with Meyer lemons they're less acidic and give a milder flavor, making them a great choice for desserts.
The chocolate ganache becomes slightly firm, creating a wonderful contrast to the soft custard. If you don't have pot de creme cups, use any small dessert cup.
Caramelized sugar shards are a beautiful professional-looking topping, especially for creamy custards. Follow the steps, using a heavy skillet and the appropriate heat, while resisting the urge to stir.
These spiced pumpkin custard desserts are lower in calories since they are crustless.
Evaporated fat-free milk acts as the dense, creamy base for this single-serving dessert. A brown sugar, oat, and nut topping adds a crunchy topping that's reminiscent of creme brulee!
Boiled custard, in spite of its name, is nothing like the custard you eat with a spoon. This "custard" is a thick, rich spiced beverage quite similar to eggnog. For best flavor, use pure vanilla extract rather than imitation vanilla flavoring; it is well worth the added expense.
Warm caramel flows over these 5-ingredient flan Mexican desserts. These creamy custards are irresistible.
Prepare poached pears and egg custard in advance to prepare this trifle quickly for a dinner party. To top the trifle, add extra pears to the poaching liquid.
Chocolate mint steeped in milk gives this smooth custard dessert its marvelous flavor.
Unsweetened applesauce, fat-free milk, egg product, and oatmeal transform traditional custard into a yummy good-for-you treat.
Panna Cotta, the classic Italian custard, goes on a tropical voyage in this inspired dessert. The subtle sweetness of coconut complements, but never overpowers, the bright flavors of your favorite island fruits. Top with a drizzle of your favorite dark rum for a rich finishing touch, and you'll feel like your on the beach in no time.