Creme brulee is definitely on our list of swoon-worthy classic French desserts. But what's a vegan to do when faced with this egg-rich dessert? Naturally, one searches for plant-based alternatives. Thus, the avocado creme brulee was born!
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Don't let its bright green color scare you way, this tasty vegan version of creme brulee is sweet, creamy, and mighty tasty.
The basic recipe calls for just four ingredients: avocados, coconut milk, vanilla extract, and sugar for ensuring the crispy topping.
Some recipes swap the coconut milk with sweetened condensed milk, which also adds a nice body to this creamy dessert.
How To Make Avocado Creme Brulee
A traditional creme brulee requires a trip to the oven in a bain marie, to ensure the custard cooks slowly and without curdling. It is a process that takes an hour or so, not counting the cool down time.
However, an avocado creme brulee doesn't require baking. Not only are you saving time but you get to enjoy a tasty vegan dessert in just minutes.
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