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No-Bake Creme Brulée [Vegan]

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A classic French dessert, creme brulée, which translates to "burnt cream," is a cold, creamy, rich custard beneath a crisp coating of burnt sugar. To get to the custard, you need to break through the sugar, and with each mouthful, you get crunchy bits of caramelized sugar as well. There is decadence in every spoonful of creme brulée, which traditionally requires eggs and heavy cream. This easy, no-bake creme brulée replaces cream with full-fat coconut milk and eggs with custard powder. Serve with fresh mango for a luxurious flavor combo of creamy custard with sweet, juicy mango.

No-Bake Creme Brulée [Vegan]

This Recipe is :

Dairy Free Vegan

Serves

2

Ingredients

  • 1 cup canned full-fat coconut milk
  • 1 1/4 tablespoons vegan vanilla custard powder
  • 3 tablespoons, plus 2 teaspoons granulated sugar
  • 1 mango, freshly cut and cubed (optional), for serving

Preparation

  1. Dissolve the custard powder in 2 tablespoons cold/room temperature coconut milk. Set aside.
  2. Boil the remaining coconut milk with 2 tablespoons sugar
  3. Remove from heat and stir in the dissolved custard powder.
  4. Keep stirring until the custard thickens. It should be thick, but still pourable.
  5. Divide custard between two 4-ounce ramekins. Cover with foil/cling wrap.
  6. Refrigerate for at least 3 hours, until completely chilled and set.
  7. Just before serving, sprinkle a teaspoon of sugar on the top of each custard and brulée with a blow torch until caramelized. Alternatively, you can caramelize 2 teaspoons of sugar over medium heat until golden brown and pour a thin layer over the chilled custard.
  8. Refrigerate for about 5 minutes to let the sugar set, and serve with mango.

 

AUTHOR & RECIPE DETAILS


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Exotic and everyday foods with a Indian twist. Tina Dawson is a food blogger, food stylist and food photographer from India who loves adding an Indian twist to recipes from around the world. She loves to bake and spends every waking minute scouring the world for interesting and delicious things to eat. Her blog Love is in my tummy is a catalog of recipes - featuring both exotic and everyday foods - and culinary travel stories, where every meal becomes a journey.


 

 

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54 comments on “No-Bake Creme Brulée [Vegan]”

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Buckley Page
1 Years Ago

Bethany...care to try?


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Giancarlo Darrimon
1 Years Ago

Javier Rico Gonzalez cooks be dabbing too


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Javier Rico Gonzalez
16 Jul 2016

Eat a squack bruleé swarlax

Giancarlo Darrimon
16 Jul 2016

Doesnt that look like shatter

Giancarlo Darrimon
1 Years Ago

Javier Rico Gonzalez cooks be dabbing too


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Javier Rico Gonzalez
16 Jul 2016

Eat a squack bruleé swarlax

Adam Landsberry
1 Years Ago

Nicole Baker


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Adam Landsberry
1 Years Ago

Nicole Baker


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Jodie Siobhan Moore
1 Years Ago

Yeah, cos we all have a blow torch to hand...


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Kat Smith
18 Jul 2016

If you don\'t have a blowtorch, you can caramelize sugar in a saucepan and then pour it over the creme brulée. :)

Grainne Finucane
1 Years Ago

Jonathan Savino


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Shannon Lacy
1 Years Ago

Paige Schingen


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Megan Millar
1 Years Ago

Emma Louise


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