Breakfast · Treats

Baked Custards

This a take on a microwave pudding my mother would make.  I am lactose intolerant in  weird way.  I can have single slice of pizza and be fine, but slice to would kill me.  Yogurt is ok, only if I a stick a single serving cup ice cream is a sugar bowl of death for me.  However, milk cooked down in custards and puddings never bothered me and once my mother figured that out she would always make this pudding ! It was her super quick way to get me to ‘drink my milk’.  I took the basic recipe and instead of microwaving the mixture I bake it in ramekins and store it in the fridge–it makes breakfast for the week-cold with a drizzle of maple syrup or a dollop of fruit preserves is a perfect protein packed breakfast.  This is also a good go to for an after dinner sweet treat.  Enjoy !

Ingredients:

10 eggs

1 cup Almond milk

1/4 cup sugar ( This will not make it sweet, just enough to add a little flavor to the eggs)

A dash vanilla extract and nutmeg

Method:

This is the simplest recipe ever.  Preheat the oven to 350 and wait till the oven is ready.

Get your ramekins ready.  I only own 5 ramekins which is perfect for the 5 days of the week !  Arrange them in a 9×13 baking pan.

Blend all the ingredients thoroughly and immediately transfer to the ramekins, filling them up to the top.

 

Fill the 9×13 pan with warm water, about half way up the ramekins.

Top with some more nutmeg ( or other warm baking spices) and bake for 30 min or till custard set in the center.

Cool and enjoy !

 

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