- 2 sheets Puff or shortcrust pastry, thawed, and cut into rounds to suit your pie maker
- 190 g sweetened condensed milk, about 1/2 can
- 200 g water
- 200 g Milk
- 1 egg
- 15 g cornflour
- 15 g vanilla custard powder
- dash vanilla extract
- ground nutmeg, for sprinkling
1. Heat your pie maker according to manufacturer's instructions.
2. Prepare the custard by adding all the ingredients to the ( except the nutmeg) and cook 90°C/ 7mins/sp 3, or until thickened.
3. When the custard is ready, place the (unbaked) pastry cut-outs in the piemaker, fill generously with the mixture then sprinkle with the nutmeg. Close the lid and commence cooking.
4. Bake until the custard is set app. 10 mins. This will depend on your pie maker. A slight wobble is OK.
**If the pastry is browning too quickly, place a sheet of greased baking paper between the pastry and the pie maker lid. Make sure the pastry has set though.**
1. Place all the ingredients (except the nutmeg) into the .
2. Cook at 90°C/sp3, until thick.
Oh my...Absolutely delicious..!
Best eaten warm on the day they are made..
Recipe can be easily doubled.
If you don't have a pie maker, just use muffin pans, or pie tins.
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