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A lovely light baked custard with pear that was super easy to make. Needed about 10 minutes longer to cook. I think this would be lovely served in individual serve flan dishes too. Photo to be posted. Reviewed for ZWT8 visit to France

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**Jubes** July 26, 2012

Reduced sugar by 3 Tbsp, added a 1/16 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp vanilla, 1/4 tsp nutmeg. A nice, delightful dessert but slightly too watery. Baked for 10 more mins that the time stated.

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myoungp March 12, 2010

Very rich but so good you forget about the calories. Easy recipe to make half of.

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GSMontana July 05, 2009

Deliciously unique flavor! We really enjoyed the light sweetness and creamy texture. After making this twice, I would recommend cooking it at least 15 minutes longer. Both times I made it, it came out with way too much juice still puddling at the bottom. The second time I also made a brulee topping which was a fabulous addition.

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Adopted Parisian October 16, 2007

I loved this! So easy and so creamy and so good. I am lovin' me some flan! Thanks Leslie!

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Chef Mommie May 08, 2006

Yummy, Yummy. So easy, and great for a crowed. I added a bit of spice and vanilla as well. I made this for Zaar World Tour 05

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Amis September 09, 2005

Yum! nice and easy on the tummy. I did add some vanilla, allspice, and ground cloves, just for my tastes. Very easy to make!!

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Jessica K September 07, 2005
French Pear Flan