Crème brûlée Recipe

By: Dayana Jules

I hope your having a wonderful day and your weekend is off to a great start. I wanted to share this amazing and painless Crème brûlée recipe with you lovely folks and  to start off I will be listing all the ingredients needed to make this dish. 

Ingredients:

2 cups of heavy whipping cream I used 1 pint of  Anderson Erickson Heavy whipping cream

6 large egg yolks

½  cup of sugar

1 ½ tbsp of vanilla extract

The measurement of these ingredients make 4 serving so you’ll be needing four 4 ounce ramekins.

Step 1

Preheat your oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit

Step 2
In a mixing bowl, whisk the yolks combine with the sugar and vanilla until the mixture becomes thick and a pale yellow color

Step 3

Pour the whipping cream unto a saucepan and heat over medium-low heat until bubbly around the edges you do not want the whipping cream to boil. Pour the whipping a little at a time over the egg yolk mixture while continuously stirring the egg mixture.

Step 4

Place the 4 ramekins into a large baking pan. Pour the mixture evenly into the ramekins. Here’s my tip for pouring the mixture evenly I poured the mixture into a pitcher to make it mess free. Pour boiling water into the pan until halfway up the sides of the ramekins.

Step 5

Bake for 35 to 40 minutes until set and center is trembling.

Step 6

Remove the ramekins from the hot water and let them cool then place them in the fridge for two hour or overnight.

Step 7

Before serving spread sugar evenly on top of each ramekin. Use a torch to melt the sugar on top. The sugar should turn brown. Hope you enjoy this recipe and don’t forget to leave a comment below .

Life As Jules

Hi Guys, welcome to my blog

My name is Dayana Jules. I am originally from Haiti. I now reside in Kansas City with my cat Onyx. I am a student at Park University double majoring in Multimedia Journalism and Business Administration. I am an editor and reporter for Park University Stylus newspaper. I started this blog because writing is my passion. With this blog I hope to create a safe environment where everyone feels welcome. I want to use this platform to encourage, educate and empower others.

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