- 12 Speculoos biscuits
- 400 grams double cream
- 50 grams Granulated sugar
- 1 tsp Vanilla extract/essence
- 4 Extra large eggs, or 6 medium eggs
- 12 Speculoos biscuits
- 400 grams heavy cream
- 50 grams granulated sugar/brown sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 4 Extra large eggs, - or - 6 medium eggs
- sugar, you can use brown sugar, caster sugar or granulated sugar; they all work equally well
Place the Speculoos into the Thermomix bowl. Turbo pulse a few times until fine. Tip out about 2/3 of the crumbs and reserve, leaving the final third in the TM bowl.
Add the other ingredients (except the topping sugar) to the crumbs in the bowl and mix 1 minute/Speed 3.
Cook 14 minutes/90° C/Speed 3 until nice and thick. (So much quicker than 40 minutes in the oven in a messy bain marie!) While it’s cooking, spread half the reserved speculoos crumbs on the bottom of your ramekins or over the bottom of one large shallow dish.
Pour out immediately into your serving dish(es). Cool to room temperature and then chill in the refrigerator. Just before serving, cover the surface with sugar and caramelise with a blowtorch or under a hot grill/broiler. Then top with the last of your speculoos crumbs and dive in!
This gorgeously decadent dessert is fast and easy to make in your Thermomix. It’s safer than cooking the dishes in a bain marie in the oven and you save a good 40 minutes – great news as this is one dessert you won’t want to wait long for! Recipe adapted from Fast and Easy Cooking by Janie Turner, the 300-recipe cookbook included with the purchase of every Thermomix TM31 from UK Thermomix. Serves 8.
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Madame Thermomix’s rescue tip:
Oops! My crème brûlée curdled this time but there’s such an easy way to rescue it: Add 50 g of cold milk to the mixture and blend 30 seconds/Speed 7 or until smooth. That’s it! Amazing! It works!
Bon appétit !
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