Good news for anyone with a sweet-tooth, it’s National Creme Brulee Day!
Dessert lovers understand the creamy texture it has a rich custard base topped with caramelized sugar. However, the real reason most folks eat this dessert is for the finishing touch of fire. The meticulous chefs use a small propane torch to burn the outer layer. When the exterior is burned it creates a flavorful cream.
Historically, the first known recipe for crème brûlée is believed to have come from a 1691 cookbook. Although, the exact origin of where it came from is unknown.
They’re several recipes for this scrumptious treat! You can start with a simple one provided by The Food Network.
So make sure to make yourself this beautiful concoction, take a picture and post it to social media!