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I searched books and the internet but could not find a custard that would meet my families dietary needs. (Sugar free low fat and low cholesterol). I decided to adjust this recipe and see what happened. I used Splenda 1% milk and Egg Creations liquid egg product and crossed my fingers. The result was AMAZING! It set wonderfully was creamy and tasted sweet and rich with vanilla. My suggestion is to never rush a custard and cover the cooling custard with a film of plastic wrap so that it lays directly on top of the custard. This prevents a 'crusty film' from forming. Thank you so much for your contribution!
A perfect recipe. Quick simple and turns out exactly as a custard should -- subtle yet rich. By the way scrambled eggs as mentioned in another comment would be a result of not tempering the eggs. (combining them very slowly) Follow the directions and this one turns out great.
I used this custard in a trifle dessert (layered cake dessert with cake custard and fresh fruit). I had to scoop out scrambled eggs from the custard mixture but after doing that and adding some more corn starch it turned out well. Maybe I did something wrong so I'll try it again.