"Healthy" Creme BruleeSubmitted by: ANAJAK
IntroductionReally is just baked custard but sounds snazzy when you say healthy creme brulee :) Really is just baked custard but sounds snazzy when you say healthy creme brulee :)
1 cup milk
3 T castor sugar
1 t vanilla extract
Lightly beat the egg in a bowl. Add and combine milk, sugar and vanilla.
Place 2 ramekins or small cups into a medium sized casserole dish. Pour the mixture evenly into the two small dishes and then carefully pour an inch of hot water into the casserole dish.
BE CAREFUL not to splash any water into the ramekins or cups!!
Bake for 35 mins or until a knife comes out clean...
YUM and not too bad for a decadent dessert - definitely makes me Queen in my house for 5 mins!!
Number of Servings: 2
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user ANAJAK.
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what is castor sugar? can I use regular sugar? - 10/3/10
Reply from ANAJAK (10/13/10)
Sorry I took so long to reply!
In NZ we call it castor sugar - regular sugar is much coarser so it might detract from the smoothness of the custard but the comments above probably help!
Also try my low-fat warm chocolate pudding is similar but so pretty and glossy and chocolatey :)
I used 1% milk, and used regular sugar, with no problems with it. Although, it did take longer to set. And the 3 star rating is because it said to lightly beat the egg... but I beat it pretty well anyway, well... some egg settled at the top and made a scrambled egg type spots. - 11/19/10