Creme Brulee is one of those decadent desserts that typically you only have every once in a while. This is true for our family as well so when I pulled together the Mother’s Day menu ideas and one option had this for dessert, my family jumped at this one as they really wanted to have this dessert. Creme Brulee can be a little tricky. You want it to be set but not too firm or overdone. You also have to be careful when cooking the egg mixture to ensure you don’t end up with scrambled eggs. We have had good success with this recipe and hope that you will as well. This recipe is inspired by Walt Disney World Epcot Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie, an amazing quick service location that we visit multiple times on each trip, their menu is to die for.
After cooking the Creme Brulee and allowing it to cool for several hours, sprinkle granulated sugar on top evenly and then use a kitchen torch to brown the sugar turning it to crystallized sugar. This is my favorite part. I really like to have a good “brulee” to “creme” ratio so we use very shallow dishes. Others prefer to have a lot more of the creme and if that is your preference I would recommend using taller dishes.
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Creme Brulee Recipe
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