Baked Custard Cups #SundaySupper

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Who doesn’t like recipes that use fewer ingredients?In our busy world sometimes less is more and when it comes to cooking/baking we’re always drawn to recipes that are easy and the shorter the list of ingredients the better.Our Sunday Supper team is doing just that today and we’ve got for you tempting recipes using 5 ingredients or less!

I chose an easy dessert that’s decadent and elegant at the same time.That’s not all.Its made using just 4 ingredients.Thankyou!We love puddings over here and anything that calls for eggs with milk and vanilla,warm, baked in the oven is a sure shot hit in our family.

Baked Custard Cups

These custard cups are taken out of the oven just barely set and have a jiggly centre.The texture that defines decadence to me.The simple sweet flavors are the perfect ending to your favorite meal and with just 4 ingredients that you always have on hand its one of those things that you just have to try.


Baked Custard Cups

Ingredients:
Milk-1 1/2 cups
Eggs-2
Vanilla Extract-1/4 tsp
Sugar-3/4 cup

Process:
In a mixing bowl beat eggs and sugar until creamy.
Add milk and vanilla and whisk until well incorporated.
Pour the mixture into 4 individual ramekins and place the ramekins on to a baking dish.
Fill the dish with water until halfway up the sides of the ramekins.
Bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for 50-55 minutes.
Serve it warm or chilled.
Enjoy!


My friend Alice from Hip Foodie Mom is hosting this exciting event and wait till you see how many mouth watering recipes we have for you using 5 ingredients or less!

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Comments

  1. I do love recipes with minimal ingredients. Your custard cups would be a perfect dessert, AND it would be awesome topped with strawberries! Yum, Hugs, Terra
    Terra recently posted..Almond Toasted Coconut Cookies (Perfect Protein Snack!)My Profile

  2. Oooooh, your custard looks divine, Soni! I love how it’s only 4 ingredients, sweet, simple and it only makes 4 servings. Perfect!
    Nancy @ gottagetbaked recently posted..Blueberry Crumb Bars for an @blahnikbaker Guest PostMy Profile

  3. Yeah I so agree, vanilla custard finishes a meal perfectly. I like it wobbly at the center too. Thanks for sharing your easy 4 ingredient recipe!

  4. Baked custard is just pure comfort food for me. Love that you did a simple vanilla one too.
    Renee recently posted..German Apple CakeMy Profile

  5. Yummy! I love pudding/custard/etc. and this looks amazing! I love that it is so simple to create…I should make some today! ;)
    Katie recently posted..DIY Up costume and house – book cart races!My Profile

  6. Less definitely is more. I think I need to be reminded of that sometimes!

    I have become very fond of custard. Your custard cups are beautiful and this is a recipe that I think I could make succesfully! I’m going to pin this for later.

  7. I adore custard! These look wonderful and wish I had some right this minute!
    Bobbi’s Kozy Kitchen recently posted..Mexican QuinoaMy Profile

  8. These look so delicate and delicious!
    Shaina recently posted..Boca Restaurant Review: Fork and KnifeMy Profile

  9. Oh, I’m just imagining this with a few raspberries on top. Perfection!
    Courtney @ Neighborfood recently posted..Nigella’s Flourless Chocolate Orange CakeMy Profile

  10. I love custard and this looks so inviting!
    Cindys Recipes and Writings recently posted..Salmon with Tiger Dill Sauce #SundaySupperMy Profile

  11. I agree totally Soni, Baked custard are the best. Especially vanilla, so decadent and texturally delicious.
    Gourmet Getaways recently posted..Balinese Coconut Pancake Recipe -Dadar GulungMy Profile

  12. I used to make these in pastry school – a perfect sweet dessert!
    Sarah recently posted..Candied Apple Jelly: Toast Topper #45 #SundaySupperMy Profile

  13. What a wonderful soft warm creamy custard, Soni! This is comfort food for sure.
    Stacy recently posted..Mom Bro Coconut Energy Muffins for #MuffinMondayMy Profile

  14. It is funny because in my mind custard is always like this, baked with a similar texture to a flan. But here in the UK custard is the same ingredients but cooked over the stove so it is runny and it is served poured over crumble. One day I am going to have to make both versions for my family to all taste test and see what they like best. :)
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  15. I love baked custard! So elegant and delicious! Pinned and can’t wait to try!
    Alice // Hip Foodie Mom recently posted..Best Ever Coconut Macaroons for 5 Ingredients or Less #SundaySupperMy Profile

  16. So pretty, so simple and so elegant!! Love it!

  17. I love a good custard. This one look fantastic. Thanks for sharing.
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  18. This looks fantastic, thanks for sharing!
    Shannon R recently posted..Chocolate & Peanut Butter Squares Recipe #SundaySupperMy Profile

  19. This custard sounds so wonderfully comforting! I love that it’s easy to make too.
    Laura Dembowski recently posted..Golden Oreo Rice Krispies Treats #SundaySupperMy Profile

  20. Beautiful custard!!! Love that the simple ingredients make the vanilla flavor shine!!!

  21. They look beautiful and delicious!
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  22. What a lovely custard recipe.,,so creamy and comforting!

  23. Less IS more! Where’s my spoon?
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  24. Yum! I love custard and yours is just adorable! Thank you so much for sharing!
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