Fruit Custard With Cornflakes Crunch

Fruit Custard With Cornflakes Crunch

A meal without dessert is incomplete. Those who are on diet… Please excuse me for this comment of mine. I said dessert, it could be any dessert in any form… for you it could be sugar free. But this statement definitely applies to me and my family, a family of sweet lovers. In fact, sweet people with a sweet tooth. Look, now I’m self praising???. We, the whole family, is very fond of sweets/desserts and need it after dinner. The most common desserts in my family are fruit cream, ice cream or fruit custard. This week I’m posting recipes on corn flakes and I made cornflakes crunch yesterday. I just loved the crunchy taste of it and thought of using it in some other ways too.

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So here is my fruit custard with cornflakes crunch.

Fruit Custard Ingredients

Milk 500 ml
Custard powder
1 ½ tablespoon
Sugar
¼ cup
Apple 1, chopped

Bananas 2
Fruit cocktail 1 cup
Blueberries
¼ cup
Cranberries ¼ cup
Cornflakes crunch
1 cup

Method:

  1. Take 500 ml of milk in a pan and bring it to boil.
  2. When it comes to a good boil, add sugar and stir to dissolve.
  3. Dissolve custard powder in little amount of milk.
  4. Add this slowly to milk with constant stirring so that lumps are not formed.
  5. Continue cooking for 5-6 minutes with stirring till it gets thickened.
  6. Take off the flame and let it cool down completely.
  7. Once cooled, refrigerate it for at least half an hour

To serve

  1. Take glasses in which you want to serve. I served it in five glasses, so divided the custard into five equal parts.
  2. Put 1 tablespoon of cornflake crunch at the base.
  3. Top it with half of the custard.
  4. Evenly spread a layer of all the mixed fruits over the custard.
  5. Pour remaining custard over the fruits.
  6. Top with cornflakes crunch and serve immediately.

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14 thoughts on “Fruit Custard With Cornflakes Crunch

  1. In south, we are not aquainted with the dessert after meal concept, except on festival days. Your dessert however can be eaten anytime. Corn flakes add a contrasting crunch to the fruit custard. Looks very tempting.

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