Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Dairy Free Banana Coconut Custard


My source for this quick and nourishing start to the day comes from primal kitchen.  If you are into the primal/paleo thing then stop by and check out all their ideas and inspiration.  I am sure you won't be dissatisfied.  I liked that these custards were baked off in a water bath and are something you can do the night before.  A point to note is that the raspberries worked beautifully on top here but don't be swayed by me as you could top this off with anything you desire quite easily.   Some nuts and shredded coconut would probably be nice for a bit of extra crunch too.  I made two larger ramekins for myself and two smaller for the boys so you decide how many you would like. You could easily double the mix for more....    

makes 2 large ramekins + 2  small ramekins

1 can full fat coconut milk (270 mls)
1 banana
2 pastured eggs
1 Tbs honey
2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp vanilla extract


Preheat an oven to 180 degrees celcius (350 fahrenheit) 
Place all of the above ingredients into a blender and whiz together until smooth
Set aside
Fill a baking dish with water to just under half way
Place the empty ramekins into the water bath (make sure the water bath only comes up to about half way)
 Then evenly pour the mix into each ramekin
Place in oven for approximately 45 mins
Allow to cool in the water bath to prevent the tops from cracking
Top with your choice of topping
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7 comments:

  1. Oh I am so making these on the weekend! Yummo!

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  2. What a beautiful custard you have made!

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  3. I've been wanting to try one of the multiple Paleo custard recipes I've come across but I always forget! Thanks for the reminder, yours looks lovely!

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  4. Wow! I'm new to your site, and your recipes look absolutely amazing! Yummy! Can't wait to make.

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  5. This looks so, so delicious, Sherilyn! And what an ingredient list – minimal and straight forward! Will have to give this one a go. Hope you're doing well, lovely. x

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  6. Made it yesterday for the family, we all LOVED IT!!

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  7. This is going on my menu plan this week! I found you over at the Wellness Warrior - so excited to have found your amazing recipes!! Sonia :)

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