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I love this baked custard. I mix it up( about 3 batches) in my blender, pour it into 4 qt. jars. Heat huge pan with water on the stove top, when it comes to a boil turn stove off, add the 4 filled jars and put it in a pre-heated oven. 1 hour later we have a huge batch of custard. Let it cool and put in fridge for tomarrow. I like it warm in the winter.

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mymema2 January 20, 2014

This is a great egg custard! Nice and sweet and creamy. I used this recipe to make them in little wonton cups to make little bite size sweet/savory appetizers. Next time I will make them in custard cups as a dessert with fresh berries. Thanks for the recipe!

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*pink* February 19, 2012

This is wonderful. I can see myself making this often. Sweet and creamy ... YUM!

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djmastermum August 22, 2011

Sorry, I usually like to say something positive, but this recipe was bland and had poor texture. I have made custard with cream before and this did not measure up. I will not try it again.

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Greg: Barrow, Alaska June 18, 2011

So far I'm failing at this one. The first time I dropped my bowl into the water it sank and my custard turned into a watery mess. I'm trying again with no water so it's been over two hours and it's still very watery.

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Damseldunbar May 17, 2011

I have to admit, the first four times I tried to make this it was less than delicious. But the fifth? Oh my goodness! I used my Magic Bullet and the consistency was just PERFECT. It was cool and creamy and you could taste the individual ingredients in it. Even the watery bit was yummy! I used a simple pyrex pie dish because I don't have individual dishes and it was simply amazing. I highly recommend using the magic bullet or even a blender, and if it doesn't work the first time (or first four times) try again!

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BaylorBear85 March 19, 2008

Good. Light taste, but it had a bit too much nutmeg in it for me. Also, I used 2% milk and it did not cook very well. The fat content of the milk should be more specific.

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skb289 December 19, 2009

HOLY MOLY! Gosh, this is soooo good! So easy to put together and the end result is fantastic. I did mine in individual ramekins and they came out beautiful. I fell asleep in the recliner and woke up about 15mins. after they should have been removed..but they were fine. Even my "custard hating" husband said they were out of this world. Thanks for sharing.

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cincasue December 13, 2009

awesomely delicious! I cut the sugar to 1/3 cup, might try 1/4 cup next time.

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bungalowten April 17, 2009

If I'd made it in custard cups, it may have been a 5, but I used a single casserole dish, instead. Much easier, since I'm sick right now! I'd say that it could use just a bit less sugar, but overall very good. I love custard!

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DeborahSu January 27, 2009
Baked Custard