Teletubby Custard Recipe

It’s been a long time my kids watched Teletubbies. They were crazy about them when they were little. Their custard looks fun and yummy, so today, I decided to make the tubby custard recipe. It’s super simple and easy, perfect for your little one or if you’re just curious about its delicious taste.

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With just a few ingredients, you can make your kid happy, especially if they love watching Teletubbies. It’s that simple. What’s more to love than that?

What is Tubby Custard?

Tubby Custard is a dessert from the Teletubbies show. It’s made with simple ingredients like milk, cream, sugar, and vanilla, and it’s really easy to make. You just mix, heat, and chill! Kids and grown-ups also love it because it tastes so good and reminds us of happy times watching Teletubbies on TV. It’s a sweet and simple treat that will make your little kid enjoy it.

What is Tubby Custard Made Of?

Okay, so I know this looks like Pepto Bismol, but I promise it isn’t lol. Tubby Custard is made with simple stuff like milk, cream, sugar, and a bit of vanilla.

Kitchen Equipment

How to Make Tubby Custard Recipe?

  1. In a pot, put milk and cream on medium heat. Add sugar and salt, and stir until they disappear. Let it get warm, but not too hot. Then, take it off the stove.
  2. In a bowl, whisk egg yolks and cornstarch until they’re like a smoothie. Slowly add the warm milk mix, stirring a lot to keep it smooth. Pour it back into the pot.
  3. Back on medium heat, cook the mix while stirring a bunch. Be patient, it’s gonna get thick and super smooth. When it’s just right, take it off the stove and add vanilla.
  4. To make it extra smooth, pour the custard through a strainer into another bowl. No lumps allowed!
  5. Put the custard in little bowls or cups, cover them with plastic wrap, and into the fridge they go for at least two hours. Now, it’s ready to eat! Enjoy your Tubby Custard.

Tips

  • When you’re mixing the eggs and cornstarch, use your whisk well, We don’t want any lumps in our custard.
  • While cooking, keep your eyes on the custard. Stir it a lot so it becomes super smooth.
  • Let the custard chill in the fridge for at least two hours. This helps it set and become more yummiest.

What to Eat with This Custard

Actually, there is a lot of great food to pair with this custard for your kid, like adding berries! Put some custard in a bowl and add your favorite berries like strawberries or blueberries on top. It’s super tasty and fun to eat. Also, you can eat it with some kind of sweet bread, it soaks up all the good flavors! And for a drink, try a simple smoothie with your favorite fruits.

FAQs

  1. Storing Tubby Custard Leftovers Preserve in the refrigerator in an airtight container to maintain freshness and avoid absorbing other flavors, suitable for up to three days.
  2. Gluten-Free Tubby Custard Variations Substitute cornstarch with arrowroot powder or a gluten-free flour blend to cater to gluten sensitivities, ensuring all ingredients are verified gluten-free.
  3. Dairy-Free Tubby Custard Adaptations Swap regular milk with almond or coconut milk and use coconut cream, adding a unique flavor twist while catering to dairy-free diets.
  4. Pairings for Tubby Custard Complements well with fresh fruits, spices, or alongside light pastries or cakes, enhancing the dessert experience.
  5. Experimenting with Tubby Custard Flavors Introduce various extracts, citrus zests, or coffee, adding them in moderation to enrich the flavor profile.
  6. Vegan Tubby Custard Recipe Incorporate plant-based milk and cream substitutes, replacing egg yolks with vegan alternatives for a completely vegan dessert option.
  7. Alternatives to Cornstarch in Tubby Custard Use an equivalent amount of all-purpose flour or tapioca starch, adjusting the texture and consistency during the cooking process.
  8. Achieving Smooth Tubby Custard Ensure a lump-free texture by thoroughly mixing egg yolks with the thickener before incorporation and straining the custard post-cooking.
  9. Freezing Tubby Custard While freezing is an option, it might affect the custard’s texture, recommending consumption when fresh or refrigerated for optimal taste.
  10. Creative Toppings for Tubby Custard Enhance with whipped cream, cocoa, cookies, or sauces, adding a diverse range of flavors and textures to the dessert.
  11. Using Low-Fat Milk in Tubby Custard Opt for low-fat milk for a healthier variant, though whole milk contributes significantly to the custard’s creaminess.
  12. Refrigerator Shelf Life of Tubby Custard Ideal consumption within 2-3 days of refrigeration, ensuring the best quality and taste.
  13. Incorporating Chocolate into Tubby Custard Add chocolate as a topping, along with other favorites like berries, to diversify and enrich the dessert’s flavor profile.
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Tubby Custard

Yield: 4 servings
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Take a delicious stroll down memory lane with my simple tubby custard recipe! This creamy and smooth dessert is a joy to make. For all fans of the Teletubbies ... both kid and adult alike.

Ingredients

  • 2 cups whole milk
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/8 cup cornstarch
  • 4 large egg yolks
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • A pinch of salt
  • a few drops pink food color

Instructions

  1. In a pot, put milk and cream on medium heat. Add sugar and salt, and stir until they disappear. Let it get warm, but not too hot. Then, take it off the stove.
  2. In a bowl, whisk egg yolks and cornstarch until they're like a smoothie. Slowly add the warm milk mix, stirring a lot to keep it smooth. Pour it back into the pot.
  3. Back on medium heat, cook the mix while stirring a bunch. Be patient, it's gonna get thick and super smooth. When it's just right, take it off the stove and add vanilla and food coloring.
  4. To make it extra smooth, pour the custard through a strainer into another bowl. No lumps allowed!
  5. Put the custard in little bowls or cups, cover them with plastic wrap, and into the fridge they go for at least two hours. Now, it's ready to eat! Enjoy your tubby custard.

Notes

  • When you're mixing the eggs and cornstarch, use your whisk well, We don't want any lumps in our custard.
  • While cooking, keep your eyes on the custard. Stir it a lot so it becomes super smooth.
  • Let the custard chill in the fridge for at least two hours. This helps it set and become more yummiest.

Nutrition Information
Yield 4 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 492Total Fat 31gSaturated Fat 18gTrans Fat 1gUnsaturated Fat 11gCholesterol 312mgSodium 176mgCarbohydrates 40gFiber 0gSugar 33gProtein 13g

Nutrition automatically generated.

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