Fresh eggs and goat milk make a stunning custard. Topped with fresh from the garden berries. Delish!
This egg custard is from my grandmother's recipe but its roughly Cheeseslave's recipe found here - just don't add the chocolate. It can also be found in that great new-to-me-but old timey cookbook. I think I used about 5 eggs for this - it was a great way to use up the smaller eggs I got from my hens.
I made a bit more custard when I made another Grandma Cracker Pie yesterday. Added the fresh berries I picked and walloped it with a little fresh whipped cream.
That's how we get it done around here.
A lot is happening - don't even have even a second to talk about it. But hopefully later today I'll get a break. In the meantime its all work, all day....and I need snacks like this to keep me going.
Enjoy your cereal bars, corporate monkey and desk jockeys! I'm getting my snack on - old school style. And practically free.
Happy Tuesday everyone! What's keeping you fueled today?
I love egg custard. When I pick up milk and/or eggs on the bargain counter, that's my favorite quick, easy way to use them. Your recipe uses twice as many eggs as the Joy of Cooking does - I'm going to have to try it!
I've just started my garden, so I'm going to have to wait a while to eat my own stuff. But once the tomatoes start - 12 plants - it's going to be tomato city around here.
YUMMY!!!! Drooling on my keyboard....AGAIN. Reading your blog is tough on electronics, girl!
Huh, I've never had egg custard before. Must Try!
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