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  • 500ml oat milk
  • 100ml coconut milk
  • 90g sugar
  • vanilla sugar, preferably with real vanilla
  • add other spices if you want
  • 40g cornstarch


  • Mix everything and blend very well.
  • Heat in a pan until it thickens.
  • Transfer to bowls and let cool down completely.
  • Sprinkle with sugar and melt it with a flame into a hard caramel coating. This works best with shallow bowls.

I assume you could bake in a wet oven as well, like with regular C.B., I'll have to try that. Some recipes add kurkumaturmeric, in english actually to emulate the color of regular C.B., but I don't think that flavour combination works at all. I could see this working with saffron, but I'm not made from gold, you know. Also, it's quity silly to chase some form of previously existing custard recipe, which is yellow simply from its ingredients. This recipe isn't a Vegan Crème Brûlée, it's not a custard but a pudding, it's something new and different. And that's a general point; if you're doing vegan recipes, don't try to emulate some dish or other, simply because it existsImagine it were the other way around: "Oh, chicken nuggets, that's like meaty french fries. Oh, Geschnetzeltes, that's like meaty gratin. Oh, casserole, that's like meaty ratatouille." See how silly that sounds?. Sure, take the inspiration and use that, but then make it into something new. Create something that is, quite incidentally, vegan, but also new and fresh and yours.

Which is what I've done here. I am giving it the name Caramilla, since it's a perfect blend of caramel and vanilla.

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