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This past Christmas, my husband gave me a Crème Brule kit. You see, it has become a tradition that he gives me something to make a dessert every year for Christmas. Last year he gave me a French macaroon maker and kit and I made macaroons for a very long time. I tried all sorts of combinations from passion fruit, to strawberry, to chocolate, to Nutella. Everyone was better than the last and I absolutely enjoyed that kit. Well, since that was such a hit, I think he figured he ought to continue the tradition. I think he knows it benefits him, too because if I love it, he has got a sweet treat to enjoy, too!
Well, this past year, he gave me a Crème Brule set as I mentioned above. It was just four ramekins with the torch as well as the gas I needed to get it running. I was elated and wanted to try it right away. I did and it was so much work to make barely anything at all, so I knew I had to come up with something better. That is when it occurred to me to make a Crème Brule cake. That is how this deliciousness was born.
Photo and recipe courtesy of Liv for Cake.
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Quick Tip: Top this with your favorite fresh berries