- The original homemade taste
- Suitable for vegetarians
- Long expiration dates
Bird’s Custard Powder is known for its delicious homemade taste. A household favourite for many generations, this dessert is extremely versatile and easy to make – just add milk and sugar. It contains no artificial colours and offers consistent quality and taste. It is also suitable for vegetarian diets.
It’s easy to make – just add milk and sugar, however if you’re looking to experiment it can also be flavoured according to your preference. Add some vanilla for a wonderful taste, cocoa powder for a chocolate custard or strawberry powder for a fruity change. It can also be used as pouring custard for use with sponges and flans.
It’s easy to adjust the consistency by adjusting the amount of milk and sugar added. Always allow it to stand for a minute before serving.
Please note that contents are likely to settle. Store pack in a cool and dry place. Do not subject to direct heat and moisture. Keep it tightly closed after portion use.
Alfred Bird invented Bird’s Custard Powder in 1837 and it still makes a great choice for all custard lovers. Their range of instant desserts has widened over the years to include seasonal treats like trifles and Christmas sauces.
Maize Starch, Salt, Flavouring, Colour (Annatto)
Allergen Information: may contain Milk
|Typical Values||Per 100g as Prepared||Per 68g Portion as Prepared|
|Energy||316 kJ (75 kcal)||215 kJ (51 kcal)|
|Fat||1.5 g||1.0 g|
|of which Saturates||0.9 g||0.6 g|
|Carbohydrate||12.7 g||8.6 g|
|of which Sugars||9.0 g||6.1 g|
|Fibre||< 0.5 g||< 0.5 g|
|Protein||3.0 g||2.0 g|
|Salt||0.17 g||0.12 g|
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