This rich and creamy maple hazelnut custard is flavored with maple and vanilla and topped with chopped hazelnuts.
Calories (Estimated): 299kcal
2 ½tablespoonsgranulated sugar
3large egg yolks
Heat the oven to 325 degrees F.
Bring a kettle with water to boil (for a water bath).
Bring the cream to a simmer.
Whisk sugar, vanilla, maple and egg yolks until combined and lighter in color and texture than when you started.
Slowly add the cream to the egg mix while whisking continuously.
Place five 2-ounce ramekins into a baking pan.
Divide the custard among the ramekins.
Fill the baking pan with boiling water, about half-way up the outside of the ramekins.
Bake the custard until set (25 to 35 minutes).*
Take the ramekins out of the hot water, let them cool completely, then cover and refrigerate for at least one hour.
Serve with chopped hazelnut sprinkled over the surface.
*The bake time depends on a lot of different factors, including altitude, accuracy of the oven temperature and shape of the ramekins. I recommend you start checking the custard for doneness after 25 minutes.
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