Creme brulee is one of the most divine desserts you can taste.
You can flavor the custard base of creme brulee to make alluring flavors like ferro rocher, salted caramel, lavender, coconut, Irish cream and coffee.
Vanilla creme brulee is made with vanilla beans infused into a custard.
The custard is made by infusing both the vanilla beans scraped from the inside, and the pod into the heavy cream.
The vanilla flavors combine with the cream over a heat source to create the mesmerizing vanilla flavor of creme brulee.
The hot cream is tempered with eggs, and then baked in the oven.
Once the cream brulees have cooled down and been chilled, they are topped with a layer of sugar.
The sugar is melted to create a thin layer of hardened sugar using a kitchen torch right before serving.
Ferrero Rocher creme brulee is made by making a chocolate custard as the base flavor.
Once the creme brulee has had the top sugar solidified, bits of Ferrero Rochers are topped onto the creme brulee.
With the heat from the sugar, the chocolate should melt, making the flavor combination tantalizing.
Lavender creme brulee is made by adding culinary lavender pieces to the heavy cream while it’s warming up.
The lavender flavor infuses into the cream, giving the creme brulee a hint of lavender flavor. Lavender tastes unique in that is has floral notes.
Salted caramel creme brulee is made by infusing salted caramel sauce and vanilla beans in the custard while it’s warming up to temperature.
Salted caramel is a unique flavor due to its sweet flavor and salty finish. It’s one of the best flavors of creme brulee you can taste.
Chocolate creme brulee has a rich and creamy flavor to it.
It is made from vanilla bean extract, cocoa powder, and has semi-sweet chocolate melted into the custard.
The melted chocolate gives the creme brulee the decadent chocolate flavor.
You can top your chocolate creme brulee with a few chocolate shavings if desired for a beautiful finished look to it.
Irish coffee creme brulee is made with vanilla bean paste, freshly brewed espresso, and Irish Whiskey.
Irish coffee creme brulee has a strong coffee flavor that has a whiskey finish to it.
Irish whiskey has a distinct caramel and oakiness flavor which lingers on your palette for a special creme brulee treat.
Irish coffee creme brulee would be best served on St. Patrick’s day or around Christmas time.
Coffee creme brulee is made with vanilla beans and espresso powder.
You could also use fresh espresso to give your coffee creme brulee a stronger flavor to it.
Coffee creme brulee tastes similar to a sweet vanilla latte in dessert form!
Your guests would love to try coffee creme brulee given its special flavor.
Maple bourbon creme brulee is made with maple syrup and bourbon infused into a vanilla custard.
The sweetness of the maple syrup combined with bourbon gives this creme brulee a hint of caramel, vanilla, and oak notes.
Pineapple creme brulee is made by cooking the pineapple with a bit of water and brown sugar.
Once the pineapple has caramelized with the brown sugar, it is pureed using a food processor.
The pineapple is added, along with lemon zest for a citrus flavored pineapple creme brulee.
Coconut creme brulee is made with coconut extract and coconut milk.
The coconut milk is heated and added to the eggs to create the custard.
Once the mixture is removed from the heat source, coconut extract is added to the custard to give the coconut creme brulee a stronger coconut flavor for this dessert.
What makes creme brulee such a unique dessert is it has a caramelized sugar layer on top of the sugar.
A thick sugar layer is sprinkled on top the custard, and then a torch is used to melt the sugar into a layer that is solidifies.
The solid sugar layer is made right before serving so it stays hard.
When you take your first spoonful from the dessert, you’ll have to break through the caramelized sugar through to the custard.
The golden crusted sugar combined with the custard layer makes this dessert one of the most rich after dinner treats you can eat.