This creamy, decadent dessert is just like pumpkin pie, only without the crust. By the time you crack in to that caramelized sugar coating on the top, you will forget all about pie crust!
An otherworldly variation of the classic recipe, this Caramelized Honey Crème brûlée is accessible, rich, deep, profoundly flavorful, and exquisite.
Rodelle Holiday Cookie Campaign OMG Guys, I know it’s been a while but I’m popping in to share two things. A new recipe and link to the Rodelle Ambassador page where you’ll be able to access ALLLLL of the other Holiday Cookie recipes from my fellow Ambassadors. I’d also like to announce that we are […]
In spite of the pulpy fibrous texture of the jackfruit the crème brûlée had a smooth silky texture and melted in the mouth. The combined flavour of the jack fruit and coconut was amazing and the taste was just divine!
Just four ingredients are all that are standing between you and crème brûlée, the classic French dessert of silky smooth custard hidden under a layer of caramelized sugar. It's a lot easier than you think, so grab a blow torch and get cracklin'!
You won't believe how easy it is to pull off this Pumpkin Spice Creme Brulee! Just mix in one bowl, pour into ramekins, and bake. The final torching of the sugar brings it together for the ultimate fall dessert.
Crème brûlée is always a popular pud, I think it’s because everyone loves the thrill of cracking the thin caramalised sugar topping – a dessert with a bit of theatre is always a winner. The idea fo…
What is creme brulee? It's a rich, delicious dessert that's so good and this easy recipe for creme brulee shows you how to make it like a pro.
Are you craving a delicious pudding, but you also want something healthy? This Vegan Creme Brulee Pudding recipe is perfect for you.
Learn how to make the best, easy vanilla creme brulee by following just 5 steps and some simple instructions for the creamiest french dessert ever (plus a sous vide method)
Peach Ale Crème Brulee Tart & Let’s Talk about Peach Beer A craft brewers excitement for the changing of the seasons and the new crop of fresh produce to play with rivals even the most innovative chefs. Mention fruit beers just a few years ago and the collective groan from most beer lovers was…
No-Bake Beer Creme Brûlée in a Peach Cup I never really know where my day will take me. One day I’m trying to figure out how to make a bacon rimmed cocktail, the next day I’m trying to find sour cream in Panama (by the way, it’s hard to do). Somedays I want to make…
I know that Oktoberfest started as the celebration of a royal wedding that would have put the recent William/Kate union to shame. I also know that it is not an actual proper Holiday. But for those of us completly in love with all things Beer, it might as well be. Oktoberfest, as in the one…
Creme Brulee Topped Chocolate Stout Brownies. Cooking with Craft Beer.
For this Creme Brulee recipe I made the classic Creme Brulee version with brown sugar burned on the surface however you can use different flavors
This traditional egg custard dessert usually consists of egg yolks, cream, bit of sugar, & vanilla, with a hard, toffee crust. This tasty combination is
A creamy, rich, aromatic custard with a beautiful caramelized crust that is unbelievably easy to make. This Thandai Infused Crème Brûlée is a twist on the classic French dessert by using coconut cream and coconut milk making it vegan and gluten-free. Holi has always been one of my favorite Indian festivals. The colors, the food,… Continue reading →
Crème Brûlée doesn’t need a special baking torch for you to achieve that crispy, caramelized, sugary hard topping. In fact, it doesn’t even require baking!
Hi everyone, thank you for visiting Bear Naked Food blog! Yay, my maiden post! To be honest, I'm a little "stuck" on what to write for my first post. Ok, maybe an intro on why I started this blog. During pot-luck parties, I was frequently asked to share my recipes on the food I brought. Be it mushroom soup, pasta salad, crème brûlée, etc. So I've created this blog to share all the recipes I've learnt and made throughout these years with people who can appreciate and has the same passion as me. It is that simple.
Hubby and I are very resistant when it comes to celebrating Saint Valentine’s Day in restaurants. We cannot fathom out the reason why couples are willing to spend the night dining in crowded restaurants which most likely are serving set menus and rushing through each course because of their fixed dining time. Don’t get me wrong, I do love receiving flowers (note to Hubby: not only on V-Day) and spending this special day with him, at the comfort of our own crib...