Creme Brulee Recipe Greek recipe


If you’re looking to make some creme brulee at home, this recipe is a great place to start. It’s easy to follow and yields delicious results!


1/2 cup sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

2 cups heavy cream


  • Bring sugar and water to a boil. Remove from heat and add vanilla bean, let cool.
  • Whisk egg yolks with sugar until thickened and pale, about five minutes in a stand mixer fitted with whisk attachment or by hand using a whisk (use more time if you’re not using an electric mixer).
  • Add cooled syrup slowly while still whisking on low speed until incorporated; increase speed to medium-high and continue to beat until mixture is glossy white, three to four minutes more (or up to 10 minutes by hand). Scrape sides of bowl occasionally during this process, especially if using an electric mixer so that no lumps form in your custard mixture as you are beating it for so long! The cream should be folded into the custard at this point – do this gently but thoroughly so that you don’t overwork your eggs further than necessary…we want them creamy without any lumpy bits!
  • Pour mixture into ramekins or other small baking dishes that hold 2 cups liquid per dish (you can use glass jars too). Place these dishes onto a cookie sheet before putting them into the oven so that they won’t tip over when removing after baking; also make sure there’s plenty of room between them on both sides since they will expand slightly during cooking time due to hot temperatures within their immediate vicinity – don’t get too close together when placing them inside one another like those poor pies did earlier today!»


If you’ve ever wondered how to make creme brulee at home, this is your chance. This delicious dessert is quite simple to make and will give you a fancy dinner party or special occasion dessert that everyone will love. The custard tastes like the real deal and is so creamy that it melts on your tongue—I even make a double recipe when I serve it! You can use any flavor of custard you like; if you have time, try making some different ones and putting them in separate ramekins for a fun presentation (it also makes it easier when serving).

The only thing missing? Scooping out those delicious caramelized tops before serving. But don’t worry—just let your guests do that themselves with their spoons!


There you have it—a deliciously simple creme brulee recipe. While the word «brulee» might sound fancy, this dessert can be made by anyone with a little patience and some basic kitchen skills. It’s perfect for dinner parties or special occasions like birthdays and anniversaries! Just make sure not to leave your custard too long in the oven because then it will burn before it gets browned enough on top for all those cracks we love so much about this dish.