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Regime Type:

PKD (With Allowances)


Introduction & Inspiration

This version of custard is simply amazing and offers a good consistency, such that it can be used as a crème pâtissière. It's thick, creamy and makes the perfect filling for a large variety of dishes and pastries.

If you prefer more of a runny custard sauce (also known as crème anglaise), then I have you covered too!

I hope you will give this a try!

X Nic

Recipe Overview

Preparation Time

Less than 30 minutes

Cooking Time

Less than 30 minutes

Serving Size

1 x 65ml Pot of Custard

Main Ingredients:

1 Large Egg Yolk

40g Tallow

10g Honey

Pinch of Salt

Bone Broth (Optional)



Recipe Instructions

Warm the tallow on a low heat in a small pan.


Place the egg yolk in a medium glass bowl. Add a pinch of salt and whisk briefly.


Slowly pour the hot tallow little by little into the egg mixture, whisking continuously until all the tallow has been incorporated.


Now add the honey and give the ingredients another quick whisk so that the honey is fully incorporated into the mixture.


If required, based on the consistency of the custard and how you like it, add a few drops of bone broth and whisk the ingredients continuously, until the desired result is achieved.


The custard is now ready to use. If you will not be using the custard straightaway, cover the bowl and place it in the fridge.



For more of a runny custard sauce (also known as crème anglaise) simply add a few teaspoons of bone broth at a time in order to thin out the custard to the desired consistency.

Ideally, purchase your fat from pasture raised animals that are Nitrate, Nitrite & Additive Free and use white sea salt or rock salt that contains no anticaking agents or other additives.


Be sure to use free range, organic eggs. Whether you can eat eggs may depend on your condition, medical history, the time you have been doing PKD and your health goals. If you're unsure, please consult with ICMNI in Hungary (Home - Nutriintervention).


Any honey should be of organic quality, and is only recommended in small amounts for those who have recovered from any kind of health condition.


Check out my Bone Broth - Pressure Cooker recipe for instructions on how to make this.


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