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It was a struggle to have enough of these left at the end for the photographs. I started with two full cartons of raspberries.

 

To say they are a party in your mouth is an understatement. Crème brûlée raspberries are a keg party in your mouth. Except instead of beer, the keg is filled with champagne. Or unicorn spritzer, if you’re a vegetarian.

 

Replace the frat girls with multiple clones of Paul Rudd (Okay, fine. You can have Ryan Goslings, but NO talk of Notebook. ¿Comprende?) covered in body paint to emulate tuxedos. She naked, but you can’t tell.

 

Not to mention a kiddie pool. Kiddie pools are the most important.

 

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These two can come, I guess. (If you’re a lady switch out Ryan Gosling, and the sisters with Kate Upton. Or whatever.) Party favors include a bulldog puppy and a sachet that smells like clean laundry.

You wouldn’t remember a thing from it the next day.

Hashtag that.

THAT is how raspberries taste when filled with crème brûlée.

 

It just so happens to pair well with Valentine’s Day, but I could personally snack on these all year. What’s the word for Freshwoman 15, except you are no longer a Freshwoman? Or even in college, for that matter… More like a 30-year-old?

 

Ingredients

-  2/3 cup heavy cream

- 1/8 cup sugar

-  1/2 vanilla bean

- 2 egg yolks

 

- 2 cartons of raspberries, about 6 ounces each

- extra sugar (either white or brown)

 

Tools

 kitchen torch (or any source of strong, open flame such as a gas stove)

ramekins 

– Optional: skewers
    

 

 

Begin by heating vanilla, cream and half of the sugar in a saucepan. Slice the vanilla bean in half, scrape out the seeds into the cream and toss the pods in as well.

 

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Once the cream begins to bubble along the edge, remove from stove.

 

Whisk egg yolks and the rest of the sugar in a bowl.

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This is called tempering. Allow cream to cool a bit, then add a spoonful to the egg yolk. Whisk in. Continue until fully incorporated. You do this to prevent cooking your eggs with hot cream. Gary Busey mess.

 

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Pour mixture into ramekins. Set into any deep baking or roasting pan.  Pour very hot water in. Place into over and bake at 300 degrees for about 25 minutes, or until the center only jiggles slightly when you tap on ramekins.

 

Remove from water and allow to cool.

 

Use a small spatula or knife to spread the custard into each raspberry. Store in fridge until ready to torch and consume.





 

 

 

You don’t reaaalllyyy need to torch it. They taste good as is. I love the brûlée effect, however, and it keeps the custard in quite nicely. The choice is yours.

 

Should you choose to sear the custard, dip the tops of the raspberries in sugar (I used brown) and brush with a flame a couple of times.

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I used a skewer, but you could always do it on a baking sheet. If you don’t have a torch I have used the gas stove before. Not as easy but doable.

 

 

 

Make little raspberry brûlée kebabs.

 

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Serve in a pretty ramekin.

 

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Or just eat them right away because these are too amazing to share with anyone.

 

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21 Responses to Crème Brûlée Filled Raspberries. Hashtag That.

  1. holy crap, those sound amazing, good enough to make me want to actually eat fruit:)

  2. Wow that is some serious dedication to make these! Very cute.

  3. One order of these raspberries please and some unicorn spritzer to wash it all down. Yum!

  4. CrunChewy Watson says:

    Most of the time I think your ideas are pretty cool, but these… to be honest… look like festering pimples. But I’m sure they’re delicious.

  5. Debbie says:

    A big time investment that can be eaten so quickly. I want them, but not sure if I’d take the time to make them myself. I bet they would be good in halved strawberries too. Definitely have to use the torch…best part of creme brulee.

  6. Lora says:

    These are genius! Love them. what a fantastic idea!

  7. WHAT. This is complete genius. I am seriously going to surprise my husband with these on Valentine’s Day…you are brilliant!

  8. I’ll take two dozen. Plus the kiddie pool guys. Great post!

  9. Georgie says:

    Isn’t Paul Rudd the greatest?

  10. Janboy says:

    Loooove the rasberries

  11. JC baby says:

    Holy Rasbdrry that sounds good!

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