Croissant Puddings In Grapefruit Shells

Croissant Puddings In Grapefruit Shells

Let’s not faff around with some flashy introduction here. If you like croissants, long life custard and apricots; this one’s for you. If not, I’m sorry, we can’t be friends. I LOVE LONG LIFE CUSTARD!

Anyway, here’s what you’ll need to make these tasty little desserts, it’ll make 4:

  • 2 grapefruit

  • 5 mini croissants

  • 2 eggs

  • 1 cup long life custard

  • 1 450g tin apricot halves

  • Nutmeg

  • Cinnamon

Cut each grapefruit in half and remove the flesh from the grapefruit, save this for breakfast with what apricot halves will be left. Make sure that each grapefruit half sits flat and remove some of the base of those that don’t.

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Beat the 2 eggs, add the custard and break the croissants into this.

Pack the croissant mixture into the grapefruit shells, wrap the base in foil.  Place into the camp oven on top of the trivet.  Put 1 apricot half on top of each and dust with nutmeg and cinnamon.  Roast for approximately 45 minutes on a rather low heat, lets say 150 degrees if you have thermometer?

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The result should look something like this, and be bloody delicious!

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Top it off with extra custard, cos if you don’t love long life custard….there’s something wrong with you!

Enjoy!

Alex

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