Thursday, January 27, 2011

Comfort Food

I saw this recipe in a magazine the other day and thought I would try it for company we were going to have over on the weekend.

I have not made this custard before but knowing it was a Paula Deen family favorite, I knew it would be good. Semi-sweet chocolate chips in a bowl. Always yummy!


Heavy whipping cream and milk in a kettle. Bring to a low boil. Pour over the chocolate.

Beat 4 egg yolks, salt and sugar together. Blend into the chocolate mixture.

Pour into six ramekins and place in a casserole dish. Fill with hot water till half way up the ramekins. Cover the pan with foil and make little pin holes all over to vent.



The finished product is so yummy!
You can take a cup of heavy whipping cream and 5 Tbs. of butterscotch or--- I used caramel ice cream topping--and beat together with beaters till thickened.
The custard is not too rich or too heavy.
I forgot to take pic of the custard with the topping but you can see it on the magazine page above.


You can see more details of the recipe if you click on the magazine pic above.
Thanks for stopping by today!

6 comments:

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

MMMMM. Don't mind if I do! Oh yeah, we can't get something through the computer - YET!
I really have got to try this. The caramel with the chocolate...Len would love it!

Sue said...

How simple, yet I bet decadent! I have dessert so infrequently these days- but a splurge every now and then won't kill me, will it?

Liz said...

One word---YUM!!! It all looks DIVINE!! Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful weekend! XOXO ~Liz

P.S. Thank you for the nice commnet on my "Foyer" post. *smile*

Shelia said...

Hi Rose! Yummy!!! This sounds wonderful and my tiny mouth is just a drooling! ;)
Thanks for popping in to see little Carter.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Michael Lee West said...

This looks delicious. The step-by-step photos are perfect! XX00

Jennifer said...

Ahhh-you just have to know it will be yummy when its a Paula Deen recipe! My Tyler LOVED Paula Deen:) She is a hoot!