French Dessert: Creme Brulee aux Myrtilles/Blueberries Creme Brulee

BLUEBERRY-BRULEE

I found a whole series of desserts in my old notes!
Blueberries are still in season.
Here is an easy and very tasty variation of a classice French dessert:
French Dessert: Creme brulee aux Myrtilles/Blueberries Creme Brulee!

INGREDIENTS: For 4 persons

-Egg yolks: 8
-Blueberries: 350 g
-Unskimmed milk: 300 ml
-Thick fresh ceam: 700 ml
-White sugar: 200 g
-Vanilla: 1 whole pod
-Sucre cassonade/brown sugar: 2 tablespoons

RECIPE:

-Pre-heat oven to 150 dgrees Celsius with a large deep oven plate filled with water up to a third of its depth.

-Make a cut along the vanilla pod and mix the inside with the milk in a deep pan. Bring slowly to boil.

-Beat the egg yolk and white sugar together in a separate bowl.

-Add the fresh cream. Mix. Add the vanilla milk and mix.

-Place the blueberries inside dessert dishes. Cover with the hot cream. Place the dishes in the bain-marie and cook for 20 minutes inside oven.

-Last and just before eating, sprinkle each dish with brown sugar and caramelize the cream under the grill.

-Serve lukewarm or cold.

If you wish to taste it with wine, a sparkling white wine would be great!

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6 thoughts on “French Dessert: Creme Brulee aux Myrtilles/Blueberries Creme Brulee”

  1. Whoha, a new pic on the Foodbuzz;)
    I’ve been dreaming creme brulee last few days, actually I’ve never tried it in my life. That might change soon though

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  2. Whoa! That looks so rich and delicious!! The last type of creme brulee I had was in the fall and it was a pumpkin creme brulee. I usually do not like CB, but I found when it has an additional flavor, it really is quiet good. I bet the blueberries with this stuff makes it a real gem.

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  3. One of my favorite desserts ever. I was a little apprehensive about making this as I didn’t have one of those torch things, but then from you recipe I don’t need one. I can use the broiler. So now I’ll definitely be making this.

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