Baked Custard for Two

Baked Custard for Two

"Alpha Wilson, a field editor from Rosewell, New Mexico, shares a sweet treat she and husband Thomas (pictured at far right) enjoy frequently--Baked Custard for Two."
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45 m servings
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  1. In a bowl, lightly beat the egg. Stir in the milk, sugar, vanilla and salt until combined. Pour into two ungreased 6-oz. custard cups. Sprinkle with nutmeg. Place in an 8-in. square baking dish; add 1 in. of hot water to the pan. Bake at 350 degrees F for 35 minutes or until a knife comes out clean.

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For those of you who think this is watery, I can tell you what you are doing wrong. You are overbaking the custard. it should still be quite jiggly when you remove from oven. Overbaking tightens...

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I made this last night. I doubled the quantities, replaced half the milk with sour cream and yogurt, and used artificial sweetener instead of sugar. It was nice, though slightly grainy. Will mak...

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For those of you who think this is watery, I can tell you what you are doing wrong. You are overbaking the custard. it should still be quite jiggly when you remove from oven. Overbaking tightens...

Yum! Just like I remember. My mom used to make baked custard when I was growing up. My husband is not a fan of custard, and when I came across this recipe I thought "perfect!". Just two port...

Just enough custard for my craving, but not so much I have to eat it for days. Tastes great, just like plain custard. Very simple and fast to make.

My mom used to make this when she was alive...I would never make it for myself because her recipe made to much, so that meant I would do without it. I tried this recipe last night and it tasted...

This was pretty good- I've never made baked custard before. I used 1% milk and didn't have two small custard cups, so I used one large one. Because of this, I had to extend the baking time for...

I made this last night. I doubled the quantities, replaced half the milk with sour cream and yogurt, and used artificial sweetener instead of sugar. It was nice, though slightly grainy. Will mak...

To Little Pixie: Why do you give only three stars when you didn't make the recipe as it was given? I sometimes change recipes to what I have on hand or because I don't like an ingredient. When I...

The comments about the custard being "watery" made me decide to try omitting a few tablespoons of milk. The texture was just right and I thought it was delicious.

Was ok. Good, comfortable, reminding you of home, baked custard.. Nothing fancy and very easy to make

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