Several individuals have tasted the nutmeg custard tart or can make them with so much ease. Did you know you can infuse CBD oil into your recipe and turn your recipe into a bit of something different and new? This article explains how a recipe of nutmeg custard tart recipe can be made with CBD in it.
It is cannabidiol in full which is a compound that occurs naturally in the cannabis plant and is extracted from the hemp part. Maroon & Bost (2018) explained that CBD has many health benefits like soothing pain, especially those that result from chronic illnesses. McFadden et al. (2021) claimed that it also helps in relieving stress and anxiety. Many prefer to take it in their beverages, for those who don’t want to have a direct taste of the Oil, sweet treats, and baked items. Roach et al. (2019) explained that when CBD is incorporated into baked items, the effects felt take longer as the food has to be digested first and then later absorbed into the bloodstream, a process that takes longer. This article outlines two recipes for the nutmeg custard tart that infuse CBD, that you can benefit from.
½ cup sugar
8 tablespoons melted cannabutter
¼ teaspoon kosher salt
2 ½ cups flour
4 egg yolks
2/3 cup milk
2 2/3 cups heavy cream
2 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
½ cup light brown sugar
½ scraped vanilla bean
Beat together the melted cannabutter and the sugar in a bowl using a hand whisk for about 1 to 2 minutes, on medium-high speed until the mixture gets fluffy and light, add one lightly beaten egg, flour, and salt then mix the whole mixture until it forms a crumbly dough.
Put the dough onto a lightly floured working surface then flatten it into a disc. Divide the disk into 4 equal parts then flatten each portion into a disk.
Roll out each disk to 1/8 thickness then transfer each to a 6- inch diameter tart tin, then transfer the tin onto a baking sheet. Trim edges and prick the bases lightly with the tines of a fork.
Put in the fridge for 1 hour.
Set the oven to 375 degrees.
Using parchment paper, line each tin then fill it with pie weights or dried beans.
Bake till set for 15 minutes.
Remove the parchment and the weights, then continue baking the tart shells till they turn golden brown, for another 12-15 minutes.
Transfer the tins to a wire rack to cool.
Reduce the oven temperature to 300 degrees.
To make the filling, heat nutmeg, vanilla seeds, milk, and cream in a 2 qt saucepan over medium-high heat. Remove from heat when it begins to simmer.
Whisk the remaining eggs, egg yolks, and brown sugar in a large mixing bowl, till the mixture smoothens.
Add the warm cream mixture gradually while mixing thoroughly till smooth
Pour the custard onto tart shells, then put them into the oven to bake for 30 -35 minutes, till the custard is set but slightly loose at the center
Transfer the tarts onto a cooling rack and let cool
Chill for two hours
Garnish quarter or half with grated nutmeg
Serve when cold
This recipe demands generosity with the layer of the nutmeg. If you put little, the tarts will appear bland.
275 plain flours
1 medium beaten egg
25 g icing sugar
150 grams chilled cannabutter
30 g caster sugar
325 ml full-fat milk
Half a nutmeg
2 medium lightly beaten eggs
Put the cannabutter, icing sugar and the flour in a food processor then crush till a crumbly mixture is formed
Pour the mixture into a bowl
Add the egg and 1 tablespoon of cold water.
Stir the mixture to form a smooth ball, then cover and chill for an hour
Heat the oven to 190 degrees or at gas no 5
Lay across the baking parchments into narrow strips at the base and up the sides of each of the cases in a six-case muffin tray
Roll out the pastry to 33mm thickness and line the base and sides of the muffin cases using large cut-outs
Press the pastry onto the cases, pricking the base with forks, then chill for 30 minutes
Line the pastry cases with baking parchments, covering the base with baking beans
Cook for 15 minutes
Remove the beans and the parchment paper
Return to the oven and cook again for 4-5 minutes. Remove from oven after the set time
Reduce oven temperatures to 170 degrees
Heat the milk to just the boiling point, stir in sugar
Add the eggs, then sieve into a jug
Put the tart tray on a baking sheet
Pour the milk mixture into every pastry tray
Grate the nutmegs generously on top
Carefully put the tarts into the oven then bake for 20-25 minutes. Remove and leave to cool
Serve cold or warm
The custard nutmeg recipe is so easy to make. You have to play well with the ingredients for a quality product. Infusing the CDB oil is so crucial that you have to be careful not to add a lot, as this will interfere with the overall taste of your nutmeg tarts. With too little, you will not feel or enjoy the benefits much. As a first-time user and maybe you are thinking of incorporating CBD into your nutmeg custard tart, it is important that you do thorough research on how to go about it, and whether the Oil may have any health side effects on you. I hope you enjoy the recipe.
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