Thursday, April 17, 2008

In the Vintage Kitchen: Baked Custard



We started with butterscotch, and now we're on chocolate. I don't like to eat custard, I just like to make it, and Felix eats it.

7 comments:

Davene said...

So that's how you cook all these amazing things and still stay slender...you let your children eat the goodies! I'll have to remember that... ;)

momawake said...

It seems like if it's chocolate it has to be good!

YayaOrchid said...

If that's anything like creme brulee or flan, I'll take it! Hope you post the vintage recipe. I'd love to give it a try.

Amy said...

How delicious! Chocolate custard...is it somewhat like chocolate pudding, or different? Either way, I would love to fly cross-country and share a bite! :-D

Sarah said...

Have you ever tried making pudding cake? It's made from scratch and forms into two distinct layers, pudding and cake, as it bakes? You can make it in custard cups for individual desserts.

New Mom said...

When you posted about those tiny pyrex cups it reminded me of a simple recipe I saw on www.asailingjourney.blogspot.com the other day. The recipe is for Nigella Lawson's Choco-pots, a kind of molten lava cake with only a couple of ingredients. You can find watch the short video recipe here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrLKa2AAMbk

New Mom said...

BTW, the recipe listed above does utilize butter.

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