Caneles, also known as creme brules, are a creamy french pastry that can be a wonderful treat to make at home. They’re caramelized and dense and they aren’t hard to make, though they do take some preparation and time. You will need to plan ahead about 24 hours in advance. Easiest, to begin with, is a silicon mold, and you can add flavors like vanilla bean, lemon or orange zest. They are best eaten freshly cooled from the oven.
- Caneles are a special form of pastry that are delicious snacks for all.
- Silicone molds are a great starting point for bakers who don’t bake often
- Caneles usually are flavored with vanilla but have other options as well.
“Canelés are a unique French pastry that is often described as portable creme brulés. The cakes have a caramelized exterior and a dense, custardy interior that set it apart from just about any other baked good out there. Over on the Craftsy blog (it’s free!), I’ll walk you through How to Make French Canelés at Home.”
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