Pumpkin, Apple, and Cinnamon – Oh My! Fall Inspiration for Sephra’s Crème Brulee Mix
Sep 7, 2015 1:13:14 AM
Make this fall season extra special by combining seasonal ingredients with Sephra's imported Belgian crème brulee mix. Your guests will think you slaved in the kitchen creating these seasonal masterpieces - when you simply added a few extra ingredients to Sephra's crème brulee mix.
Sephra's Crème Brulee Mix: Easy and Delicious
If you want to serve a dessert that looks and tastes like it was prepared in a gourmet restaurant, consider trying Sephra's crème brulee mix, imported directly from Belgium. The mix comes in six convenient pouches that each serves up to 20 guests.Simply stir in milk or water to the crème brulee mix, chill and serve-it's that easy! No one will guess that you used a mix, especially if you use Sephra's culinary butane torch to lightly scorch the tops of each crème brulee dish.
Spice up Sephra's Crème Brulee Mix with Seasonal Ingredients
What better way to embrace the cooler weather and colorful leaves of fall than by using Sephra's crème brulee mix to create pumpkin crème brulee, apple cinnamon crème brulee or caramel-apple crème brulee? Sephra's crème brulee mix is a cinch to modify and will still impress everyone who tastes your autumnal creations.
For pumpkin crème brulee, simply add 1 teaspoon of grated nutmeg, ½ cup of solid pack pumpkin and 2 tablespoons of orange liqueur to the crème brulee mix, then chill as usual. To add that extra touch, mix together ¼ cup packed brown sugar and ½ teaspoon of cinnamon and sprinkle over each dish. Then, use your culinary butane torch (or the broiler) to scorch the surface and caramelize the sugar.
For the apple cinnamon crème brulee, peel and core 3 Granny Smith apples and cut into bite-size pieces. Cover the apples with ¼ cup water and add ¼ cup sugar and 1 tablespoon of cinnamon and cook on the stove until tender. Let cool and then add to Sephra's crème brulee mix, chill and serve. Again, lightly scorching the top will only enhance the apple cinnamon flavor.
Caramel-apple crème brulee also requires 3 Granny Smith apples, peeled and sliced thin. You can cook over the stove with water or heat in the microwave until tender (drain the remaining water), but this time place the apple slices on the bottom of each ramekin and top with caramel. Then, cover with the apple and caramel with Sephra's crème brulee mix, chill and serve this delicious dessert with a fruit surprise on the bottom.
"Sephra loves the fall - and your guests will love these fall-inspired crème brulee treats!"