Brazilian Style Flan (Pudim de leite condensado)

Being Brazilian, one of my favorite desserts is Pudim (Flan).  This isn’t your typical flan that you buy at the store or if you have had the Mexican version it doesn’t taste like that either.  Brazilian is a little more creamy with the great sweetness of Condensed Milk (which in Brazil we use alot of in our desserts). It’s one of the easiest desserts to make. All you need is condensed milk, eggs, and milk; and for the caramel all you need is sugar to turn.  Try it out, your tastebuds will thank you. 

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13 Comments Add yours

  1. cookiescakespiesohmy says:

    Looks amazing!

  2. sybaritica says:

    Mmm … that looks tasty!

  3. Healthy Way of Life says:

    Reblogged this on Smiley's Healthy Way of Life.

  4. createeng says:

    Haven’t had flan since high school. Thanks for the reminding me. 😉

  5. Tasmeea says:

    Wow looks good! Can you please post a recipe for this?

    1. Whats your email?? Ill send it to you

      1. Tasmeea says:

        My email is tasmeea.k@gmail.com
        Thank you so much!

    2. Im coming out with a Cookbook so I keep some recipes private unless asked for me to email. Due to publishing guideline.

  6. Monte says:

    i can’t wait to see the recipe! when does your cookbook come out?

  7. One of my favorite desserts of all time!! Muito obrigado!

  8. vietnameazy says:

    Looks great.
    Did you know we have a Flan version in Vietnam too?
    Also, I’m sure you already know this, but in case you didn’t…I know how to avoid getting the tiny holes all over the flan and achieve the perfect smooth texture 🙂 I’ll be glad to share. http://www.vietnameazy.com

    1. Thats reallt cool. Didnt know that Vietnam had Flan. I guess every country has its own version. Actually in Brasil we love having the little tiny holes. My father would always say its brings out more of the flavor. Thanks for sharing 😉

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