20 Reasons to Bust Out a Ramekin
If you're not making use of your individual-sized ramekins, it's about time you start: the vessel is the perfect way to go when serving dinner for two (or one, for that matter). Yes, the ramekin can be used for special-occasion foods like crème brulée, but there are a host of other dinner and dessert items one can make, too. Take a look!
Oeufs en Cocotte (Coddled Eggs)
Practice your French cooking skills on this classic: oeufs en cocotte (aka coddled eggs).
Mini Blackberry Cobblers
Strawberries and blackberries ooze out of the ramekins in these mini blackberry cobblers.
Millet is a pseudograin (like quinoa) that is often seen in seedy breads. However, it's less common to see millet muffins, a crunchy, hardy take on a breakfast treat.
Filipino Baked Eggs
Though the list of ingredients in this Filipino baked eggs recipe seems strange to our palates, the spicy, cheesy ramekins won't fail to delight.
Use fresh or frozen berries to create delicious and simple single-sized raspberry crumbles.
Cinnamon Maple Butter
Make this perfect fall cinnamon maple butter spread for all of your bread needs.
Pumpkin and Potato Gratins With Gruyère and Sage
Dainty pumpkin and potato gratins load up richness and wintery flavor with the addition of Gruyère cheese and fresh sage.
Irish Onion Soup
Similar to French onion soup (but with a stout beer broth), Irish onion soup isn't complete without a piece of baguette and hefty sprinkle of cheddar boiled on top.
Turkey and Wild Rice Pot Pie
This turkey and wild rice pot pie is the perfect way to serve up leftovers to family and friends.
Ham and Cheese Soufflés
Everyone loves a good ham and cheese sandwich, but why not elevate your dinner routine by making savory soufflés?
Lemon Soufflés With Raspberry Coulis
Light and lemony soufflés with raspberry coulis guarantee your taste buds a good time.
Chamomile-Rose Pudding Cakes
Challenge your baking skills with this chamomile-rose pudding cake. The toasted meringue topping completes this sweet, floral confection.
Pour caramel in the bottom of a ramekin then top it with custard to create classic flan. When the flan is flipped out of the ramekin, the caramel juices release and puddle around the flan.
Warm Squash Custards With Bourbon and Cream
Think of these squash custards with bourbon and cream as pumpkin pie . . . minus the pie crust.
Chocolate soufflé with chocolate sauce ought to be on every home cook's bucket list of recipes to make.