White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Creme brulee {recipe}

White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Crème brûlée {Renuzit®'s Tempting Indulgences™} #TemptYourSenses Inspired Dessert}<br />

White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Creme brulee

{Renuzit®’s Tempting Indulgences™}

#TemptYourSenses Inspired Dessert


White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Crème brûlée {Renuzit®'s Tempting Indulgences™} #TemptYourSenses Inspired Dessert}<br />

Make Everyday a Little Sweeter” with Renuzit®’s new Tempting Indulgences™ products. 

I love the smell of something sweet baking in the oven. Something about baking makes me think of the holidays and all the wonderful smells. I can remember growing up and my mom would start in the early morning hours on a holiday meal and by the time we started to wake up, she had moved into baking the desserts. All of the aromas in the air almost pick you up and drag you into the kitchen (you know, like on the cartoons…). I didn’t naturally pick up that affinity to for cooking and baking, but occasionally I will try something and I’m usually just thrilled if it is edible.

 

I’ve been “hanging around” with food bloggers lately and my husband talks about writing more on his food blog and I have felt inspired to start baking and cooking more. Earlier this week I showed you how The Boy and I made brownies and they were so yummy!

 

Renuzit has come out with a new line of air fresheners called Tempting Indulgences. We were sent the creme brulee and chocolate covered cherry scents, but the line also includes a red velvet scent. Typically, I am allergic to a lot of flowery-type scents so when I’m looking for something to freshen my home, I look at fruity scents, but this dessert inspired line is amazing! A few sniff of this and I felt like I was going to take a bite!!

 

Last night, we felt inspired by the #TemptYourSenses new scents from Renuzit and we made White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Creme Brulee.

 

cherries #TemptYourSenses

 

We headed to Walmart to shop for the ingredients for this yummy dessert and found this huge display of cherries just inside the door in produce. We grabbed a bag and headed to the back of the store for our other ingredients.

 

White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Crème brûlée {Renuzit®'s Tempting Indulgences™} #TemptYourSenses Inspired Dessert}<br />

 

The Boy has become very interested in cooking, especially with Daddy, so they took this opportunity to learn how to check the eggs in the grocery store before buying them.

 

White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Crème brûlée {Renuzit®'s Tempting Indulgences™} #TemptYourSenses Inspired Dessert}<br />

 

I checked the fragrance section of our Walmart because I wanted to see if they had the Renuzit®’s Tempting Indulgences™ fragrances yet, but all I found was this apple & cinnamon, which still looks “yummy” but I’m holding out for a Red Velvet…

 

White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Crème brûlée {Renuzit®'s Tempting Indulgences™} #TemptYourSenses Inspired Dessert}<br />

 

You can see the rest of our shopping trip in my White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Creme Brulee {Renuzit #TemptYourSenses} shopping trip Google Album.


 Time for the Fun Part!!

 

White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Crème brûlée {Renuzit®'s Tempting Indulgences™} #TemptYourSenses Inspired Dessert}<br />

 

Hubby said he was all for teaching us how to make creme brulee, but he was not excited about pitting the cherries so I pitted them instead. They were so juicy and delicious! The Boy wanted to try them and he doesn’t usually eat fruits because he doesn’t like the texture of the skin, but he could not stop eating these cherries! I finally had to tell him to stop after 6-8 halves, but I think he managed to get quite a few more before we started cooking.

 

White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Crème brûlée {Renuzit®'s Tempting Indulgences™} #TemptYourSenses Inspired Dessert}<br />

 

Of course, my boy wanted to be in charge of the eggs. He does such a great job at cracking eggs, but this time Daddy had to separate them before he could beat them. My boy always looks so serious when he is helping.

 

White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Crème brûlée {Renuzit®'s Tempting Indulgences™} #TemptYourSenses Inspired Dessert}<br />

 

The cherries and sugar cooked so well and they were definitely tempting our senses around the house.

 

White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Crème brûlée {Renuzit®'s Tempting Indulgences™} #TemptYourSenses Inspired Dessert}<br />

 

After making the white chocolate and creme mixture, Hubby loaded up the ramekins and they headed for the oven.

 

White Chocolate-Covered Cherry Crème brûlée {Renuzit®'s Tempting Indulgences™} #TemptYourSenses Inspired Dessert}<br />

 

You can find the recipe below for our Renuzit®’s Tempting Indulgences™ inspired White Chocolate-Covered Cherries Creme brulee. Find more inspired recipes to #TemptYourSenses on the Renuzit Facebook page.

How would you feel inspired by Chocolate-Covered Cherry, Creme brulee, or Red Velvet?!!

I am a member of the Collective Bias™ Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias™ and Renuzit #CBias #SocialFabric


 

Chocolate-Covered Cherry Creme brulee
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Serves: 6
 
Chocolate-Covered Cherry Creme brulee {Renuzit®'s Tempting Indulgences™} #TemptYourSenses #Cbias
Ingredients
  • 6.6 oz chocolate (chips, semi-sweet or white chocolate per preference)
  • 2 cups whipping cream
  • 4 egg yolks
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • 1 pound pitted cherries
  • 2 teaspoons cornstarch
  • 2 teaspoons iced water
  • 1 jar maraschino cherries for garnish
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400.
  2. Place cherries, water, and sugar in saucepan on moderate heat.
  3. Stir to dissolve the sugar, then bring the mixture to a boil, and reduce the heat.
  4. Let cherries simmer for 3 minutes.
  5. Mix cornstarch and iced water and then stir in cherries mixture.
  6. Let simmer for 2 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  7. In separate pan, melt chocolate chips with cream and bring to a boil.
  8. Let cool slightly.
  9. Pour chocolate into beaten egg yolks and whisk.
  10. Strain the cherries mixture, then equally divide into ramekins.
  11. Spoon the chocolate over the cherries to fill the ramekins.
  12. Bake in oven for 10 minutes, until a skin has formed on top.
  13. Let cool.
  14. To finish, heat broiler, sprinkle a layer of sugar on each ramekin, and carmelize under the broiler.
  15. Chill and serve.

Comments

  1. Thomas Murphy says:

    wow that looks so good, I can’t wait to try it! thanks for the recipe

  2. Open invite girl. Anytime you and the boy wanna come. Head on over. We will share happily. :-) You know where to find us if you get bored tonight.

  3. A Mom's Impression says:

    Yummy. I love fresh cherries!

  4. I know what I am doing Friday night. Going to the market and then trying to make me some of these. It was either these or jello shots for one seems this just looks better than that. lol :-)

  5. Shell Fruscione says:

    That looks amazing- there is SO much yummyness in that!

  6. overtiredmommy says:

    Oh my goodness! What an amazing combination! I want some!

  7. Jules @ A Little Bite of Life says:

    How fun that your son helped you make this! What a delightful combination, my mouth is watering!

  8. This looks so yummy! I love white chocolate, thats such a fun twist!! Look at your little chef in the making helping you out. :)

    • Isra, it was really creamy and almost tasted like butter..with no butter in it! My husband was a chef for 20 years so he is teaching the boy everything. They are so cute together in the kitchen. We took pics of them cooking together for my husband’s blog header. ;)

  9. Kerri (TheMaven) says:

    Ohhh! Now i want creme brulee!

  10. Yummy! I had red velvet pancakes today. So, I can’t wait for this to come out.

  11. Looks so good! And I am with you, I can’t wait to try the red velvet cake scent!

    • My wedding cake was Red Velvet so I’m thinking for my 5th anniversary I may have to recreate something “inspired”… ;)

  12. Oh yum does that look good!! Can you come over and bake for me?

    • Danielle, I would have to bring my trusty sidekick (my boy) and the chef (my husband). My son told me last night that he and daddy are the “chefeses”…to which I replied “and Mommy is the photographer” :P

  13. Yum, that looks soooo good! My kids will love it.

    I’d love to try the Renuzit, too. I’ve never smelled one in such a fun scent. :)

    • Mickey – they are soooo yummy smelling! I’m allergic to flowery smells so I always go for fruity, but this is even better!

  14. Tiffany C. says:

    Very yum! Thanks for the recipe. Your dessert looks so good. Why didn’t you call me over?

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