24 Feb Salted Butterscotch Pots de Crème with Hazelnut-Espresso Lace Cookies, for Camille Styles

Salted Butterscotch Pots de Crème with Hazelnut-Espresso Lace Cookies // butterlustblog.comSalted Butterscotch Pots de Crème with Hazelnut-Espresso Lace Cookies // butterlustblog.com

Hi Friends & fellow Butter Lovers! I hope you’re having an amazing week so far!

I was in cold, snowy Nashville over the weekend for the bachelorette party of one of my very best gal friend’s, which means there was a way-more-than-appropriate amount of snowed in wine/beer/Fireball drinking, Flaming Hot Cheetos eating, and general misbehaving for three days straight. Needless to say, I’m currently in full on recovery mode, so today I’m just popping in to say Hey! and let you know that I have a post for these Salted Caramel Pots de Crème with Hazelnut-Espresso Lace Cookies up on CamilleStyles.com!

They’re seriously the creamiest, silkiest little custards I’ve ever had the pleasure of over-indulging on. And while they sound all French and fancy they’re actually a cinch to make (water baths are definitely not as scary and complicated as they sound), and still a quite impressive ending to fancy dinner parties and casual girl’s nights alike. You need them in your life. Trust me.

Go check them out!

xoxo_katie

Salted Butterscotch Pots de Crème with Hazelnut-Espresso Lace Cookies // butterlustblog.comSalted Butterscotch Pots de Crème with Hazelnut-Espresso Lace Cookies // butterlustblog.comSalted Butterscotch Pots de Crème with Hazelnut-Espresso Lace Cookies // butterlustblog.com Salted Butterscotch Pots de Crème with Hazelnut-Espresso Lace Cookies // butterlustblog.com Salted Butterscotch Pots de Crème with Hazelnut-Espresso Lace Cookies // butterlustblog.com

 

6 Comments
  • June Burns
    Posted at 14:31h, 24 February Reply

    OMG that is one way to elevate butterscotch pudding! The lace cookies are so pretty, I’m sure they added a nice textural contrast 🙂

  • Thalia @ butter and brioche
    Posted at 23:07h, 24 February Reply

    Heading over now to get the recipe.. these pots de creme look beautiful Katie!
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  • Christina @ The Beautiful Balance
    Posted at 20:15h, 25 February Reply

    Your photos are absolutely stunning! So inspired by your blog!
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  • Nicole Harrell
    Posted at 23:34h, 18 July Reply

    Made these tonight and they were heavenly!! My cook times were way different but I trusted the look of it (after burning the first batch on the stove going by time lol) and they were perfect! I still have to make the lace cookies tomorrow but they were incredible w just sea salt and whipped cream! Definitely a keeper!!!

    • KWahlman
      Posted at 11:56h, 20 July Reply

      Hi Nicole! So glad to hear you loved them! Do you mind replying with your cook times and what kind of stove you have? Times tend to vary, especially from stove to stove (mine is electric). Thanks!

      • Nicole Harrell
        Posted at 21:10h, 20 July Reply

        Sure no problem! I have a gas wolf range (new..still getting used to how powerful it is!) and I cooked the butterscotch mixture on the stove on low-med for about 8minutes. The oven fine may not help much. Although it took about 75minutes, for all but the first 25 I was also cooking a pork tenderloin in there with it (multitasking, ha!) and I was nervous so kept opening the oven to check them. My rec is to trust the descriptions in the recipe bc they helped me a lot. One of my favorite things I’ve ever made!

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