Custard is a great dessert or afternoon tea option with there being many versions including baked custard, custard in a pie or a tart and homemade custard.
This is a Dutch type of custard called hopjesvla. You can use instant coffee or strong brewed coffee depending on how much you like the coffee taste.
A delicious custard pudding with a caramel sauce. This is served in individual ramekins - the perfect dinner party dessert.
A delicious traditional dessert which only has a few ingredients. Best when fresh rhubarb is coming into season.
These would make a great morning or afternoon tea snack. Even invite some friends around to share as this recipe makes 12 serves.
It's not quite a cake, it's not quite a pudding, it's not quite custard but it is very lemony and refreshing. Great with vanilla ice cream.
The first time I tried cooking with custard powder in my cakes I was really pleased with the outcome, now it is one of my preferred options.
Lovely with a cup of tea or coffee, custard tarts are actually very simple to make and best with homemade pastry.
This custard is excellent with sponge pudding or with our favourite hot fruit. It's pourable or spoon-able. To prevent a lumpy or scorched custard use a heavy bottomed saucepan and stir CONSTANTLY. Do not walk away while this is cooking.
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
This recipe uses no custard powder. Instead the custard is made from scratch from milk, butter, cornflour, icing sugar and eggs. It's sandwiched between layers of puff pastry.