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French food Friday...petit pots de creme au cafe

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This week's recipe involves one of my favourite ingredients..cafe!


Ingredients:
4 eggs
3 tb Sugar
2 cups milk
1 tb Kahlua
3 tb Strong-brewed coffee
1 tb Extra-fine instant coffee


Method:

Preheat oven to 275. Place eggs, sugar, and coffees in a large mixing bowl. Mix well. Add the Kahlua and milk. Fill 4 custard cups with the mixture. Place in a deep baking pan filled with 1 inch hot water. Bake in oven for 45 min. or until a knife inserted in the center comes out clean.

Bon appetit et tres bon vendredi a tous....Leeann x

Comments

  1. Bonjour Leeann. You have spoiled us with this recipe. I am very tempted and will try making it over the weekeend! I loved my "petits pots de creme" back in France; cafe, chocolat, you name it. Merci beaucoup! Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

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  2. I knew I heard someone from France calling my name. This is one of my favorites and with the Kahlua, wow.
    Will have to try this.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  3. These look delicious (and incredibly adorable!). Thanks for the recipe!

    http://www.allgoodthingstoday.com/

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  4. that looks and sounds so good and would knock me off my diabetes diet for sure, maybe a bite or two wouldn't hurt

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  5. We love your blog !
    Have a nice day !
    https://www.facebook.com/AFrenchFamilyCooking

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  6. Dearest Leeann,

    Thanks for this great French recipe! We got lots of petite Weck glasses for serving it in; that will look very special.
    Have a great weekend.
    Love,

    Mariette

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  7. Hello, Leeann. Coincidentally, I made a coffee custard yesterday and it is fine, but probably would be much better with Kahlua! Great idea. Next time, I guess. Have a wonderful weekend. xo~LeAnn

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Hope that you had a nice weekend. We spent yesterday afternoon at a furniture auction but I will tell you more about that later in the week.

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