When you have a sweet tooth

in #ruthphotostories2 months ago

When you have a sweet tooth and the ingredients to make some mille-feuille...

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You make a mille-feuille!!

Want my recipe?

  • 2 packets of mille-feuille (sugared puff pastry) biscuits
  • 1 liter of milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 150 gr of butter or margarine
  • 1 cup of sugar (about 250 gr)
  • 1/2 cup of flour (about 150 gr)
  • 1/2 cup of custard powder (about 150 gr)
  • vanilla
  • 400 ml of sweetened cream

In a pan I poured my milk, butter and sugar and let it all reach boiling point. In another bowl I poured one glass of water, the flour, custard powder, vanilla and eggs and mixed well with my whisk. Once the milk started boiling, I poured the second bowl in it, lowered the heat and kept stirring and stirring so that my cream would not get any lumps. (Sometimes I put the butter in last to keep the scent more profound, but this time I forgot and added it into the milk).

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In a tray I put one layer of the puff pastry biscuits, one layer of cream and repeated one more time with a final cream layer on top. While it was left to the side to cool down, I used my mixer to whip the sweetened cream into a delicious whipped cream. One layer of whipped cream to cover my mille-feuille, crumbled puff pastry biscuits and a little icing sugar on the top and off we go into the fridge for a few hours!

The next morning you can't resist and start digging into this masterpiece (you can see there is some missing in the second photo - hehe).

Sorry I forgot to take a picture of a normal piece, but I was too busy enjoying my sweet sin!


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Sounds excellent I’m gonna have to make this.

This dish appears to be rich and tasty. I would like to taste some of the food.
You are a good cook; I always get knowledge from your posts.

I'm going to check out this meal and see whether I like it.
Thank you for sharing your knowledge,continue to spread love

Greetings, the milhoja is my favorite sweet, but I had never seen it like that, here it is in another way, maybe in your country that sweet is called that way and here too but I realize that they are totally different, good to keep knowing different things every day, thanks for sharing it.


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I have a sweet tooth and soon I will have all the ingredients 😆😋😋