Butterfinger pieces are the surprise ingredient at the bottom of these fun brûlées.
, on Sep. 2008
This was a very good brulee. Took a lot longer in the oven, almost 2 hours. Everyone in my family loved it and wanted more. The second time I made it, I was feeling lazy and didn't put it through a sieve. It was still really good, not too much change. VERY EASY to make. would recomend it to anyone looking for a delicious dessert.
A special creme brulee!
by c. cornelia
, on Dec. 2007
These recipe is like a little cake.It,s not just a creme.
Butterfinger Creme Brulee
by S. Sharon
, HILLSBORO, OH on Feb. 2007
Great recipe, easy to make, I served this at my last dinner party, eeryone wanted the recipe.
by K. Karen
, LaOtto, IN on Jan. 2007
I was searching for a recipe for plain crem brulee, so I just omitted the butterfinger candy. It turned out great, and we really enjoyed it, but it took longer to bake than recipe listed, also seemed a little too sweet -- I may cut back on sugar next time -- but definitely worth making again -- very easy and makes impressive dessert.
by C. Charlotte
, Philadelphia, PA on Jan. 2006
Wow,how delicious is that. A little work but well worth the effort.
Creme Brulee up a notch!
by J. June
, SOUTH PORTLAND, ME on Jan. 2006
Great recipe, although I did change it just a little as I was fortunate enough to have some fresh vanilla beans! (Also got new brulee "torch" for XMAS!)
by J. Julie
, WILTON, WI on Jan. 2006
Excellent combination of flavors; curious, though, about the size of the candy bar to be used.
by C. CHERYL
, MANHATTAN BEACH, CA on Feb. 2005
My sister taught me to make Creme Brulee and I've been making the original recipe for the past few years. Adding the Butterfinger to the Brulee makes it even better. I had dinner at her house recently and told her I would make dessert. I surprise her with the Butterfinger Creme Brulee. Her family loved it and of course I gave her the recipe. She called me last night to say she just made it for a dinner party she had, and of course it was a big hit with her guests.
by V. Vickie
, ARVADA, CO on Feb. 2005
I made this for my husband for our "early" Valentine celebration and he was very impressed. I had never made creme brulee before either. It was wonderful.
Nice texture and flavor
by r. rita
, hampton, GA on Feb. 2005
I'm always looking for new Creme Brulee recipes to try. This is one I'll be using again. Nice texture and flavor!
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