Fruit Custard


Food is just not a way fill your tummies, it's a wholesome experience on its own! I feel blessed to share this beautiful piece of experience of art with you all! This recipe is close to my heart as my mother made me this comfort food while the little me returned back from school. I would love to share the same.


Is a quick summer dish, you can make in a jiffy. 
Is easy to make with your favourite fruit and nuts. 
Is an amazing way to eat seasonal fruits. 


A simple fruit custard like this uses ready made store bought custard powder.

My mom always made custard using Kwality Custard Powder and I do think it works best.

Maybe it has something to do with the taste I grew up eating. Either way, you can use a vanilla flavored custard powder that you like. 

This fruit custard recipe can’t get any easier. You only need to cook the milk with sugar add custard powder and then chill it.

Once chilled, add chopped fruits. Usually you can chill your fruits before adding them to the custard.

It is essential to chill the custard before you add the fruits. Also once you add the fruits, the custard thins out as fruits release water.

So if the custard looks very thick, don’t panic. It will thin out once you add the fruits.

Once the custard and fruits both are chilled, mix them and them chill again for a few of hours before serving.

Custard is more flavorful once you let the fruits sit in the custard for a while. 


Personally, you can have apples, pomegranate and mangoes in my fruit custard.

But you can add whatever you like- grapes, bananas , blueberries.

Stay away from the citrus fruits like oranges, pineapple and kiwi.

Even fruits with more moisture content like watermelon won’t work here.


A simple custard is just with healthy fruits.

But, you can make it more flavorful by adding nuts like  walnuts, almonds, cashew nuts and dried grapes.

Recipe for custard 

1)Add 3 cups of milk to a heavy bottom pan on medium high heat.

2)Once it has heated up a little, take out 3 tablespoons milk from the pan into a bowl. 

3)Next, add in 3 tablespoons custard powder to that milk and mix well. There should be no lumps. Set it aside.

4)Now, stir the milk in the pan in between and let it heat and come to a gentle boil. Then lower the heat, add sugar and mix until combined. 

4)Start adding the custard mix.

5)Add little at a time and mix after each addition. Whisk continuously. Cook for 2 to 3 minutes until the custard thickens. Remove pan from heat and let it cool down a bit. At this point you can also add rose water and cardamom powder .

6)Then cover and place it  in the refrigerator to chill.

7)At the same time, chop all fruits that you are using for the custard and refrigerate until. 

8)Once chilled, transfer custard to serving bowl and mix in the fruits well.

8)Cover and refrigerate the custard for 1 to 2 hours after mixing in the fruits for the flavors to develop. This enhances flavor. Then garnish it with pomegranate arils and serve fruits custard in bowls!


Calories: 188KCAL

carbohydrates: 30g

 Protein: 5g 

 Fiber: 1g 

Sugar: 22

Calcium: 189mg

Iron: 0.3mg


A mixture of milk and fruits is big packet nutrients. It contains Vitamins A, C, and K, and minerals like magnesium, phosphorus, and dietary fiber. It helps to maintain normal nerve and muscle function. 

Milk is a rich source of calcium and protein. 

Pomegranates are a good source of antioxidants, polyphenols, and conjugated linolenic acid. Thus, it helps to boost metabolism and promote weight loss.


Avoid using sugar, use half-grated apple or dates as a natural sweetener.

Use that half apple in Chopped or grated form and add to the mixture of fruits.

You can use fruits of your choice and as per your dietitian has recommended.


Flan de coco or coconut flan is a delicious dessert that is very popular in Colombia

Frozen custard comes from the Custard Capital of the World, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Leite de creme is a traditional egg custard originating from Portugal. 

Quindim is a traditional Brazilian coconut custard cake prepared with sugar, egg yolks, and ground coconut. 

The Italian word budino describe to a range of sweet and savory dishes .

Crema Catalana is a very well known  in Spanish dessert.


Which fruit cannot be seen by eyes or bought from the market?

Lets see, who gives the correct answer!

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