Old-Fashioned Vanilla Custard

This is a great recipe. The custard worked perfectly for what I wanted I do agree with Debbie. Do not let this boil. You do have to constantly whisk once you add the egg in.

Anything topped with a sweet cream is definitely going to be on our favorites list, and this luxurious and creamy vanilla custard is right up there.

We love to whip up a batch of this on the weekends and, if possible, scoop a dollop or two during the week to go on top of a bowlful of berries in the morning. It’s also absolutely amazing served warm for dessert.

We know the process can seem a little bit intimidating, but it’s really pretty simple. Besides, once you make this you’ll likely be making it again and again so it will become almost second nature!

Quick and easy. Kids loved it poured over Frozen strawberries and left to set in the fridge.

An classic vanilla custard is a little old-fashioned but something as sweet and delicious as this will never go out of style.

My husband loves it. He just wants me to cut back on the amount of sugar, just a personal preference. It was simple, thank goodness.

Between the pouring and whisking required to get the texture of the custard just right (and to cook the eggs) your arms will definitely get in their workout! If you’ve never made a custard before, don’t let the process intimidate you; go slowly and just keep on whisking to make sure everything comes together.

The finished product is a smooth and creamy custard that tastes positively divine. Expect to hear a cacophony of clattering spoons against bowls as folks attempt to scrape every last bit of custard from their dish!

SO GOOD! Might decrease the sugar a bit next time just because I usually roll that way but it was absolutely delicious and so so easy!


1 cup heavy whipping cream
1 cup whole milk

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