Creme brulee is a creamy, pudding-like custard with a brittle top of melted sugar that cracks when you gently tap it with a spoon. A palate pleaser to end a great savory meal. Rich yet delicate version of a classic crème brulee.
Some say this classic French dish was first introduced to the world by renowned chef François Massialot in the late 1600s. But, there are a number of records claiming that others first invented this rich and velvety dessert. Regardless of who were the inventors, it is a mouthwatering classic dessert; that you get to enjoy with this recipe.
This vegan creme brulee is a fun version you can make at home. This recipe uses ingredients that are vegan-friendly and ingredients that you likely have around already. This brulee recipe has the flavor of white chocolate and is definitely worth a try.
Coconut milk can be substituted for soy milk or almond milk. Crushed almonds are also a good addition to this dish. You can also roast the cashews to enhance the nutty flavor.
This rich velvety brulee recipe can be paired with sweet wines. Here are our top picks!
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