How To make crème brûlée – Crème brûlée recipe

Grab your blowtorch and learn how to make crème brûlée, a custardy, creamy, burnt-sugar celebration. We love this one, can you tell? Your chef is Marc Bauer, from the French Culinary Institute.



  1. I found out about creme brûlée at school, we had to read and answer questions and there was one about creme brûlée

  2. Hey guys. Just a helpful tip. If you dont have a blow torch (which i gather many of you dont), get a steel spoon and a lighter heat the spoon with the lighter and then gently glide over the sugar. It will give the same result. Of course you will have to repeat the process more than once but it will work.

  3. I think that was awesome! Wish you would teach that at koocam. I would definitely pay to learn that from you for suitable tips.

  4. Half of a vanilla bean or 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
    2 cups of heavy cream

    3 egg yolks
    1/4 or 1/3 cup of sugar (depending on how sweet you want it to be)

    Sprinkle on sugar, as much as you want. Caramelize the sugar with a blow torch and let it cool for about 10-15 minutes

  5. Forgot that these cooking shows always have the fucking cooked version of everything so I ruined the whole recipe by pouring unscalded cream to "temper" the eggs. Great. The idea is easy but a single mistake makes it taste like shit. Dont try this unless you're very prepared.

  6. Gordon, Joe and Graham wouldn't like this. They'll say that you've over cooked the sugar on top of the brulee. Anyway, nice tutorial. 🙂

  7. I love this recipe it comes out perfect everytime Ofcourse not all of us dont have these fancy torches you can raise the level of ur oven rack turn the oven on broil then place them in and babysit them until they turn the color you want then remove