You are going to LOVE this pumpkin crème brulee recipe!
Crème Brulee always sounds like a super complicated dish that can only be ordered in the fanciest restaurants. While it’s certainly true that this dessert is rich, creamy and deserving to be on any menu out there, it’s also actually pretty easy to make all on your own. If you are searching for the perfect treat for the season, then look no further than this delicious pumpkin crème Brulee recipe!
First, let’s talk about the simplicity. This recipe only calls for six ingredients! Heavy cream creates the texture that you want, but its the pumpkin puree and cinnamon that gives it that Fall flavor you’re looking for. It only takes about 10 minutes to get all the ingredients prepped and then 40 minutes in the oven. If you’ve been putting off trying your hand at this type of recipe, then you’ll be happy to learn that it’s super easy to pull off!
Pumpkin crème Brulee is a yummy little treat that you can enjoy as an after dinner dessert on a regular Tuesday night. However, it plates up nicely so you can definitely serve it up at your next social event. This type of dessert is sure to impress. Nobody can resist the creamy, smooth goodness of crème Brulee dished up in perfect single-serve portions.
If you’re tired of serving up traditional pumpkin recipes, try something new this year. This dessert is beyond delicious, and it’s not something you see every day on the dessert table. This particular recipe makes eight servings, but you can easily multiply the recipe to suit your serving needs.
What are you waiting on? As everybody serves up their favorite pumpkin recipes, try something a little different, but has the same flavors everybody loves. You won’t be disappointed with the outcome!
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