Creamy Custard


My favourite creamy breakfast. Custards filled with raw milk, cream and our favourite power food – egg yolks! This is a great warm treat during the winter and a fabulous way to incorporate the high vitamin D, choline and iron that comes in pastured yolks of an egg.

I know many people go threw a hard time during the winter with the lack of vitamin D, from the sunshine. Eating a higher diet of free-range, traditionally raised, pastured eggs or just their yolks like in this recipe will help with the brain chemistry and the decline of vitamin D in the body. Butter is also favourable, as well as fermented fish oils or if you cant find that, fish oil capsules from small fish, like sardines at your natural food store. Ingesting vitamin D packed foods and taking those warm winter days to go get a face full of sunshine outside will do wonders for those long 3 months.

You can add this recipe to the list if you have started your baby on yolks at 6months.  If you haven’t this would be a great time to start, or to do your own research on why egg yolks are so favourable for young growing brains.

Like I mentioned above egg yolks are packed with vitamin D (a whole food form and not from a synthetic vitamin) cholesterol, choline and iron which is all so absolutely important for a baby’s developing brain.

If you have a child who reacts (like my girl did) by either throwing up every time or having loose stool, take him/her off the yokes for a few months and then try again. If it still happens again repeat and re-try in a baked good for a couple weeks instead of on its own. Sometimes the stomach can’t handle the richness of the yoke just yet.


Creamy Custards
Serves 4
Smooth creamy custards, perfect for breakfast or dessert
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Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
1 hr
Total Time
1 hr 15 min
Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
1 hr
Total Time
1 hr 15 min
  1. 1 cup raw cream
  2. 1 cup raw milk
  3. 5 egg yolks
  4. 1/4 cup raw honey
  5. 1 tsp. natural vanilla extract
  6. 1 tsp. raw butter to grease ramekins
  1. Pre-heat oven to 325
  2. With raw butter grease the inside of 4 ramekins
  3. Place the ramekins in a shallow dish of about 2inches of warm water
  4. Warm raw cream and raw milk in a sauce pan on low
  5. While cream and milk are warming, add egg yolks, honey and vanilla to a bowl
  6. Wisk egg yolk mixture till ingredients are completely blended
  7. Slowly add milk and cream to the egg yolk mixture, whisking constantly
  8. Place into the oven and set for 60 minutes
  9. Take out, cool and enjoy!
  1. You can add fruit after the custards are finished or a homemade jam.
  2. This is an excellent breakfast for little ones between 8-12 months, ONLY if raw honey is omitted with maple syrup or soaked and blended dates.
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