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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
Warm caramel flows over these 5-ingredient flan Mexican desserts. These creamy custards are irresistible.
Chocolate mint steeped in milk gives this smooth custard dessert its marvelous flavor.
Serve this savory tarragon dessert over spring greens.