Mary berry egg custard tart recipes

Treacle Tart Recipe a la Mary Berry

Treacle Tart Recipe a la Mary Berry

Do not egg wash the strips once they are on the tart as it will drip into the treacle mixture. Egg wash the pastry and set aside to chill in the fridge (the cling film makes it easier to move about)
Tarte Au Citron – Lemon Tart

Tarte Au Citron – Lemon Tart

I made the sweet shortcrust pastry – Pâte sucrée the old-fashioned way – using my hands and a butter knife, where as Mary Berry uses a food processor
Winter Crumble Tart

Winter Crumble Tart

I made this Mary Berry recipe for Winter Crumble Tart for a Sunday lunch and there was not a slice left – it was so delicious and I can understand why it is one of Mary’s favourite dishes
Lemon Souffle (#ReadCookEat)

Lemon Souffle (#ReadCookEat)

A souffle is quite a tricky job, so I thought I'd learn how to do it properly from the Grand Maitresse of the British baking, Mary Berry herself
BRUNCH AT DARWIN, SKYGARDEN, LONDON

BRUNCH AT DARWIN, SKYGARDEN, LONDON

Nibble asparagus with feta, indulge in a spicy prawn cocktail, or layer beef with mustard onto soft bread – all washed down with the obligatory Bloody Mary (there is a DIY station here – a cause of much excitement)
These are a few of my favourite things #57

These are a few of my favourite things #57

Chicken thighs Normande- by Claire/Mary Berry. The above was just a large bag of spinach which I steamed, and topped with the steak, a fried Burford Brown egg and some hot sauce
Portuguese Custard Tarts 8

Portuguese Custard Tarts 8

Mary Berry would NOT approve let me tell you. Add the sugar and the cornflour which will stabilise the custard and prevent it splitting into scrambled eggs – it also thickens the mixture to a nice consistency
Chocolate Eclairs : GBBO Technical Challenge

Chocolate Eclairs : GBBO Technical Challenge

Bakewell Tart - Mary Berry's Recipe. Lemon Meringue Pie - Mary Berry's Recipe. My unwritten rule to myself was to use the recipe from the show (either Paul or Mary's) and follow it to the letter, rather than falling into my usual habit of substituting ingredients
Great British Bake Off, Episode 4

Great British Bake Off, Episode 4

Mary Berry's Crème Caramel. Mary said she had only used potato flour in drop scones and Hollywood admitted to having never used the stuff at all, having always avoided it "like the plague" due to its high starch content, but, in characteristic fashion, he still had plenty to opine about it
Rose & Raspberry Eclairs: GBBO Week #7

Rose & Raspberry Eclairs: GBBO Week #7

Ruby's Custard Tarts were burnt and Paul and Mary said her bakes looked untidy, but tasted nice. The technical challenge was a Mary Berry recipe - Holy Choux's
Heritage cooking - an adaption of one of Mum's recipes

Heritage cooking - an adaption of one of Mum's recipes

Her repetoire included Victoria sandwich cakes, jam tarts, ground rice cakes, squashed fly pie, almond slices, egg custards - sadly with very soggy bottoms, Mary Berry would not have approved - and, as an occasional treat, she would make toffee tarts
Lemon and blackcurrant drizzle cake

Lemon and blackcurrant drizzle cake

The original recipe is a Mary Berry - you can find it here. With an eye to the new half term just starting again here (half way through the school year already - time is just flying by), this is one of those cakes