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Mince pies, chocolate yule log, Christmas pudding, gingerbread men… we’ve got all the Christmas classics covered in our online recipe collection. If you’re looking for a treat with a twist, though, this eggnog crème brûlées recipe is a sweet surprise.

Break the caramel crust with a satisfying crack, before sinking your spoon into soft, silky custard with a hint of warming eggnog. These beautiful brûlées are a four-step feast for the senses a offer maximum festive flavour for minimum fuss.

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Slimming World eggnog creme brulées recipe

serves 4
ready in 10 mins
4 Syns per serving

What you need:

100g low-fat custard from a can or carton
3 level tbsp advocaat
125g plain quark
¼ tsp freshly grated nutmeg
1 level tsp sweetener granules
2 level tbsp granulated sugar

What you do:

1. Grab a bowl and mix your custard, advocaat, quark, nutmeg and sweetener together until smooth.

2. Divide your mixture equally between 4 x 7cm heatproof ramekins, ensuring that the tops are level. Cover your brûlées and put in the fridge until needed.

3. Shortly before serving, add the sugar and 1 tbsp cold water to a small stainless-steel pan. Keep stirring over a low heat until the sugar has dissolved and the syrup is clear. Increase the heat and boil rapidly until the syrup has turned a caramel colour.

4. Remove the pan from the heat and briefly plunge the base into cold water. (If the caramel sets on the base of the pan, just return to a low heat until it’s liquid again.) Quickly drizzle the caramel evenly over the top of each brûlée – once set, it’s time to get cracking with your spoon!

At Slimming World, we don’t do deprivation which is great news if you’ve got a sweet tooth and enjoy a dessert after dinner. Whether you love to chill with a bowl of ice cream or old-school hot puds are your favourite, you can have your (cheese)cake and still lose weight on the Slimming World plan. Find out how to join Slimming World here.

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