Recipe by Angerer Family
"This is one of my favorite foods when I am feeling blah. It is sweet and comforting and full of mild protein. Use custard cups or one casserole bowl."
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I followed the directions exactly and somehow this turned out terrible. The consistency resembled scrambled eggs and it was incredibly soggy. We had to stick it in a strainer before eating. Won't be using this recipe again.
I lost my custard recipe and am now making it again with regularity. All those other recipes say scald the milk, stir constantly and pour slowly into egg mixture yadda, yadda...........so not necessary. I don't ever remember doing that and I made custard for years when the kids were kids. This recipe is simple, easy and never fails. Can pop the whole thing, pan, water and all in 5 minutes. Now THAT'S a quick dessert.
Easy and straightforward, this makes the traditional egg custard. The baking time was longer than mentioned in the recipe for me, and that may be because of my oven, so be sure to check the consistency before removing it from the oven.
I subbed Splenda for sugar and used skim milk. Perfect diabetic dessert.
This is easy to make and tastes great. I'll make it again soon.
quick and easy. I cut back on the sugar and I still found it too sweet. I might only use half the amount stated here next time (I don't have a sweet tooth.) I steamed this instead of baking it to cut down on cooking time. Steaming took 15 min, low to mid fire. Don't be too generous with the cheap vanilla extract, if you are like me, using the cheap ones. I added only 2 drops and didn't like the chemical taste. I might leave it out altogether next time. I used ramekins and 2 eggs yielded 4 servings.
It was good but it wasn't great.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 30
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