- Suitable for vegetarians
- Long expiration dates
Just add milk and sugar. No artificial colours. Suitable for vegetarians.
Free From Artificial Colours
Flavouring (contains Milk)
|per 100g as sold||per 60g serving as prepared with semi-skimmed milk and sugar|
|(of which saturates)||0.2g||0.6g|
|(of which sugars)||<0.5g||5.4g|
This pack makes 70 litres of custard which is 1272 x 60g servings
Instructions for Use Blend the custard powder and sugar with the cold milk to form a smooth paste. Bring the rest of the milk to boil in a pan. Remove the pan from the heat. Gently whisk/stir the hot milk into the paste. Return the pan to the heat. Bring back to boil, stir until the custard begins to thicken. Simmer for one minute, stirring continuously. Do not overcook. Serve hot. Cool rapidly if not using the custard immediately, then keep refrigerated. Yield Guide – This pack makes 70 litres of custard. 1272 x 60g servings. To make approximately: 1 pint, Custard Powder: 28g, Granulated Sugar: 28g, Cold Milk: 114ml, Boiling Milk: 454ml To make approximately: 1 litre, Custard Powder: 50g, Granulated Sugar: 50g, Cold Milk: 200ml, Boiling Milk: 800ml To make approximately: 5 litres, Custard Powder: 250g, Granulated Sugar: 250g, Cold Milk: 1 litre, Boiling Milk: 4 litres To make approximately: 70 litres, Custard Powder: Whole Bag, Granulated Sugar: 3.5kg, Cold Milk: 14 litres, Boiling Milk: 56 litres
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