Layered Custard Pots

These custard pots are easy to make and can be kept in the refrigerator until ready to serve. Makes 12.

2 packets finger biscuits
1 can condensed milk
125ml lemon juice
90ml sugar
135ml custard powder
200ml + 800ml milk

Line up 12 ramekins or serving glasses.
Break/cut the finger biscuits in half and place 2 halves in each ramekin, “lining” the bottoms. Set aside.
Add the condensed milk and lemon juice to a mixing bowl and stir together until the mixture amalgamates. Set aside.
Add the sugar and custard powder to a mixing bowl and make a slurry by slowly pouring in the 200ml milk, while whisking.
Pour the 800ml milk into a saucepan and bring to the boil.
Pour in the the custard and sugar slurry and whisk vigorously. Whisk until the custard is thick and smooth and starts to bubble.
Remove from the heat.
Scoop about 60ml of the very hot custard on top of the finger biscuits in the ramekins.
Now scoop about 60ml of the condensed milk mixture on top of the custard layer and shake the ramekins slightly so that the mixture spreads and covers the custard layer.
Repeat the finger biscuit, custard and condensed milk layers.
Bash 12 finger biscuits until very fine and divide equally among the ramekins.
Place the custard pots in the refrigerator for a minimum of 4 hours.

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