Its been two years since I last made a vegan Creme Brulee, and I was looking for an excuse to use my new cooks kitchen blow torch that was gifted to me two years ago, when I grumbled to my husband that the Brulee topping of the Creme Brulee I had made were not perfect. Christmas came that year and I found one under the Christmas tree.
I made these stunning vegan Beetroot Creme Brulee's with Pomegranate Seeds last weekend.
These Beetroot Coconut Creme Brulees are vegan and were a a bit of an experiment. I was not sure if the heaviness of the beetroot was solidify, I was pleased with my first attempt as the Beetroot Coconut Creme Brulee turned out pretty amazing. I have to admit there are still a couple of tweaks required as its not perfect, but I am happy to share what I have already with my readers as Valentines Day is coming.
The Beetroot Coconut Creme Brulee really, really was luscious, it was creamy, it was delicious and it was really amazing to eat breaking through the shardy sugar glass with my little spoon.
I am going to be honest and forgive me if its sounds boastful, that is not my intention, bit I was rather surprised and a little impressed with myself that I was able to create something so gorgeous in my home, this is the kind of dessert you find at avante garde vegetarian and vegan restaurants. I am even secretly smiling to myself.
The photograph above of the vegan Beetroot Coconut Creme Brulee, one without the sugar topping, and one with the brulee sugar topping and then I finished it all off with a generous scattering of ruby pomegranate seeds.
Please be patient, I promise I will share the recipe just to tweak it a little bit for it to be Perfect, but right now I am sharing these Beetroot Creme Brulee's with Healthy Vegan Fridays by Rock My Vegan Socks and V Nutrition who have a Valentines Theme this week; and Treat Petite hosted by The Baking Explorer and CakeyBoi.
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