Custard powder is used for a lot more than just making custard, some of these recipes use it for thickening, flavour and/or colour.
An easy trifle using custard powder, jelly and tinned fruit cocktail. You can make this dessert in no time.
Gluten-free cake suitable for special occasions and all made in a food processor. Apples and dates hidden inside and a nice coconutty topping.
These no-cook vanilla slices have a white chocolate topping and taste so good that I guarantee you will really like them! It's easy enough for older children to make, too
For such a simple recipe this creates amazing results. Apples are baked in a tart containing a vanilla creme fraiche custard.
Banana custard is a recipe that I used to have as a child, then I thought it was super special, now I know it is pretty much just custard with bananas in it.
This is a creamy and fruity baked dessert with puff pastry, custard and cherries. You can substitute the cherries for just about any fruit.
This is a neat trick where you put the custard powder in the flour mix when making the muffins. The rhubarb provides great colour as well as flavour.
A fruity, chocolaty bread pudding. You'll need a large bowl to soak the bread.
Custard powder gives these biscuits extra richness. Try sandwiching two together with jam or a buttercream icing.
This is a simple dessert to make using fresh strawberries and banana although it does require some time to let the sponge soak up the sherry.