The Classic British Dessert Recipe
Years ago my mom went to England and loved the way they served custard. They poured it from a pitcher (they made it thinner, so it poured.) Ever since then we’ve made it often for a dessert. The creamy yellow sunshine like colour is so comforting and delicious. Some people like their custard runny but we like ours a bit thicker.
We made it last night for dinner and I ran and grabbed my camera to take some shots of this yummy treat and thought I’d share a new twist we’ve added to this.
Let’s get started, you will need:
- a pot
- pan to pour your custard into
- a spoon to stir with
- graham wafers
- bananas are optional but make a nice addition
- 1. Mix 6 TBSP of custard powder and 6 TBSP sugar in a saucepan.
- 2. Gradually add 5 cups of almond milk (regular milk is fine) stirring with a whisk until well combined.
- 3. Bring this mixture to a full boil on medium heat stirring often. Serve warm or chilled (I really like it room temperature myself)
- 4. Lay graham wafers on the bottom of a pan (I used a square brownie size pan). You can also add a layer of bananas on top of the graham wafers.
- 5. Top with warm custard and let set.
It is sweet on it’s own, if you want it a bit sweeter you can top your custard with maple syrup for a really nice maple taste. Or you can use agave. Honey would also make a great choice.
Custard is also great as a filling for cakes as it adds a nice layer of creaminess.
Have you tried custard and if not what is your favourite treat to whip up? #IBN30
Michelle is one of the blooms and founder of Two Blooms Design Studio Est. 2002. She is in charge of production, designing all of our labels in house, photography, customer service, alchemist behind all of our scent blends, designer, creator and pretty much whatever else needs to be done.