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Baked Fruit Custard



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Baked Fruit Custard

  • 200 grams sugar
  • 500 grams full cream milk
  • 6 eggs
  • 20 grams vanilla extract
  • 300 grams Fruit, fresh or frozen;
  • 6
    Preparation 5min
  • 7
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Preheat oven to 180C
  2. Add milk, eggs & vanilla to bowl. Mix 1 min / speed 4
  3. Grease Baking Dish
  4. Add fruit in even layer to baking dish
  5. Gently pour custard mix over fruit.
  6. Bake 180c for 45 minutes or until custard is set. (set on the edges but slightly jiggly in the middle. It will firm up as it cools. Serve cold.

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I used frozen mixed berries but use many different combinations e.g. blueberries, mango, cherries, peaches, raspberries, diced apple, blackberries, strawberries

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  • I hate giving negative comments but Im sorry this...

    Submitted by HAPPY HINKS on 4. May 2017 - 12:18.

    I hate giving negative comments but I'm sorry, this really didn't work! I used thawed frozen mixed berries but the baked custard was so horriby watery and the consistency was awful. I feel like there should have been some bakers flour or cornflour added to thicken - has this been missed out of your recipe?

    Elise Hinkley, HAPPY HINKS

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