Caramel and Custard Kheer

This recipe with the is a powder house of taste with the rich and creamy custard flavoured kheer, topped with a crumbly caramel biscuit is a textural adventure for your palate. Topped with fresh chopped fruits this dessert has it all.


Table of Content

  1. What is Caramel and Custard Kheer ? 
  2. How to make Caramel and Custard Kheer?  
  3. Expert Tips  
  4. Recipe Card 


What is Caramel and Custard Kheer?

This dessert is inspired by the English trifle, where multiple desserts are layered into a deep serving bowl, in which one layer is necessarily custard. This kheer is flavoured with a rich custard and layered over with a caramel biscuit crumble and freshly chopped fruits.


How to make Caramel and Custard Kheer?

1) In a stainless steel saucepan, add full cream milk, soaked rice and sugar. Cook the rice till 70% cooked. Add custard powder to the milk and stir constantly, followed by cinnamon powder and heavy cream, incorporate everything and set it aside.
Caramel and Custard Kheer

2) Heat a ceramic fry pan and add granulated sugar into it. Stir and heat it till the sugar melts to a golden amber colour. Add cold butter and cream to the sugar and stir vigorously.
Caramel and Custard Kheer

3) In a bowl take the biscuits of your choice and crush them to a coarse powder. Add caramel into the crumbled biscuit and mix them together to form a caramel crumble.
Caramel and Custard Kheer

4) Layer the custard flavoured kheer in a martini glass, top it off with some biscuit crumble and freshly chopped fruits
Caramel and Custard Kheer


Expert Tips

  1. Make sure to dissolve the custard powder before adding it or it might form lumps.
  2. While making the caramel, don't cook it too dark of a colour or it might taste bitter.
  3. Try and choose a biscuit that isn't that sweet to balance out the caramel’s sweetness.


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