Classic creme brulee recipes to make this easy and sumptious French dessert of creamy custard topped with toffee or toasted sugar.
A tart compote of rhubarb makes a nice contrast to this rich custard. While there is no way to completely streamline a crème brûlée, this special-occasion treat is lightened by the fruit and its use of less egg yolk and cream (which is reduced-fat to boot), yet still retains its rich indulgent nature.
It is all in the presentation. This is the easiest dessert in the world to try and make something very normal seem like something very special.
Crème brûlée, or "burnt cream," is a simple dessert of rich vanilla custard beneath a glassy toffee crust.
The classic dinner party dessert, you don't need a blowtorch to make great creme brulee. Just do it under the griller.
This is the ultimate in decadence for your next dinner party. The creme brûlée is a sweet, velvety delight, with the macadamia nuts creating a surprise in the bottom.
A lovely creme brulee with Irish cream. If you don't have a creme brulee torch, the sugar-dusted custards may be browned underneath the grill in the oven.
Crème Brûlée is a perfect dessert for entertaining, as all that needs to be done at the last minute is to caramelise the sugar. There are many variations of this well known dessert – this is mine, flavoured with malt.
Ramekin cups are lined with melted chocolate before a traditional creme brulee custard is added and they are slowly cooked. Best bit is the 'burnt' sugar on top which is easily done under the grill with no fancy kitchen tools.
Mixed spice adds a delightful depth to this classic dessert, the perfect thing for entertaining guests in style.
a sweet dish for a delious dessert