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Bavarian cream seeds

You want the water to simmer, not boil vigorously. Whisk regularly until the egg mixture thickens slightly, then remove it from the heat. This can take up to 10 minutes, so don’t give up too early.

Bavarian cream is a type of custard – just lighter in thickness and consistency. This is because Bavarian cream has whipped cream folded into it to make it lighter. Another, more fundamental difference is that Bavarian cream has gelatin in it to solidify it. Common custards use corn starch or even flour to thicken them.

How to Make Bavarian Cream – Step by Step Instructions

To make Bavarian Cream from scratch, whip egg yolks and sugar, the add milk and other ingredients while warming, prepare the gelatin, combine the ingredients, fold in whipping cream, and allow to cool in a mold. You can follow our detailed Bavarian cream recipe at the bottom of this post.

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Bavarian cream seeds

*1 half Vanilla Bean or 1 tablespoon Vanilla Extract or Teaspoon of Vanilla Paste

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Place cream in a chilled mixing bowl and with chilled whisk , I used stand mixer. Mix on high-speed until cream forms medium soft peaks.

Note: I like to add the whipped cream to the Bavarian Cream mixture after it has set after being refrigerated. I like to also to make the Bavarian cream a couple of days before I need to use it by allowing the Bavarian cream to set in the refrigerator, then remove when needed. Stir the set Bavarian cream until it’s a creamy texture again and then fold in 1/3 of the whipped cream at a time, making a light Bavarian Cream.

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*3/4 cup Heavy Whipping Cream