Custard - quick and easy!
by Collette White | March 19, 2014
Good Morning friends, I hope this finds you well.
Since getting my Thermomix the kids have a love for Custard (as I hardly ever made it before and never bought it!) It is a quick afternoon tea or dessert for them with fresh or stewed fruit. I have been following the recipe in the TMX EDC for their Custard but using rice flour or tapioca flour, using honey or rapadura and using rice milk. I have posted a few photos on Instagram and have been asked a few times how to make a GF and DF custard on the stove top….so here it is….
I hope you enjoy it!
¼ cup rapadura
3 tblspns rice flour
1 tspn vanilla essence
2 cups rice milk
Place the eggs, rapadura, rice flour and vanilla into a saucepan (NOT on the stovetop) and whisk until thoroughly combined.
Place the mixture on the stovetop on a medium-high heat. Add the milk in a steady stream, whisking the entire time.
Whisk for 5-6 minutes over the medium-high heat or until the custard starts to thicken. Do not allow the mixture to boil!
Remove from heat and allow to cool for 1 minute before pouring into a serving dish or ramekins.
- Swap rapadura for brown sugar or sweetener of your choice
- Swap rice flour for tapioca flour or cornflour
- Swap rice milk for milk of your choice
- Don’t let the custard get too thick on the stovetop as it will thicken also as it cools down
- Serve with fresh or stewed fruit
Wishing you a truly wonderful week ahead! I look forward to connecting with you more again soon.
Take Care of You,
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