Salted Caramel Pots De Creme

I can highly recommend that you make these salted caramel pots de creme for your next dinner party. They really will impress, and they are absolutely amazing.

Salted Caramel Pots De Creme
Salted Caramel Pots De Creme
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Since June I have been meaning to write about tissue salts. I have been taking them as a regular supplement since my twenties. For years I used one specific brand, but when a new brand became available, I decided to give them a try. Not only are they triple strength, they also do combination ones specific to my needs. And, even better, they are chewable, so there is no need to stick them under my tongue and wait for them to dissolve. Every day I take Ferrum Phos as a natural anti-inflammatory, and Kali Mur which is a decongestant. In summer I add Mag Phos to prevent cramps. And in winter Silicea to make sure I don’t get chilblains. I also gave Scarlett Silicea when she had little pus bumps on her stomach as a puppy.

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This was due to an allergy to dry grass and she took them without a problem. I also use Kali Sulph for dry skin and gave that to Scarlett as well in summer if she was very itchy. The two other tablets I take are the Osteo and Arthro synergy to prevent further deterioration of my spine. Now, I am not sure how well this has worked as I have not been for a second bone density scan. But I do know the tissue salts work so I trust that the lack of pain in my lower back is due to this regime. Recently we put Holly onto Nat Mur to help clear her ears of gunk, but that story is for another blog post. If you have any queries about tissue salts, please leave me a comment below. I can highly recommend adding them to your supplement regime.

Salted Caramel Pots De Creme

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Salted Caramel Pots De Creme

This fancy dessert is perfect for a dinner party
Recipe Category: Dessert
Makes enough for: 8 Pots De Creme
All Rights Reserved: An original recipe from Lavender and Lime

Ingredients

  • 110 g coconut sugar
  • 40 g salted butter
  • 540 mls cream
  • 10 mls flaky salt
  • 5 mls vanilla extract
  • 6 egg yolks
  • boiling water for the roasting pan

to finish

  • whipped cream for serving (I used very little)
  • 8 pecan nut halves, lightly toasted
  • flaky salt (just a little for each one)

Method

  • Preheat the oven to 150° Celsius
  • Place the sugar and butter into a large heavy bottomed saucepan and leave to melt, without stirring, over a medium temperature
  • Leave to cook until a dark caramel colour and it smells nutty
  • Slowly pour in the cream, whisking the entire time
  • Once the cream has been incorporated, remove from the heat and add the salt and vanilla
  • Whisk to allow the salt to melt and the flavours to meld, then strain into a jug
  • Place the egg yolks into a stand mixer bowl and whisk on a slow speed while you slowly pour the caramel into the bowl
  • Once all the caramel has been whisked in, divide the mixture between 8 ovenproof ramekins (or espresso mugs like I have used)
  • Place them into a roasting pan and add the water to come to a ⅓ of the way up the ramekins
  • Cover with foil and place into the oven for an hour
  • Remove the pan from the oven and remove the ramekins from the pan
  • Leave to cool then cover with cling film and place into the fridge until you are ready to serve them
  • Top each with a small amount of whipped cream, a dash of salt and a pecan nut half and serve
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15 thoughts on “Salted Caramel Pots De Creme

  1. The salted caramel creme sounds beyond delicious Tandy. I am very intrigued by what you said about tissue salts. I think you mentioned that they had relieved lower back pain. More and more of our patients are looking for options that avoid conventional pain killers with all of their uncomfortable side effects.

    1. I have had only successful results with tissue salts, including relieving my back pain, and can highly recommend them. Thanks for the compliment 🙂

    1. I don’t think they are that common in the UK as they are in Germany (where they originate from), and here in South Africa.

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