Rians Creme Brulee

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UPDATE 01/15/14: Spotted the Rians Crème Brûlée now priced at $8.97. Picked up a pack to try. Followed the instructions of broiling for 2 minutes under low setting and with the oven door ajar. Très bon!

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Rians Crème Brûlée is imported from France and the crème brûlée is packaged in these little cute glass jars.

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Crème Brûlée (literally “burnt cream”) is a soft custard base with a contrasting top layer of crunchy caramel.  The top layer is often created with a handheld kitchen torch.

This dessert can be eaten Cold, or Hot, and instructions are on the package for both methods.

For cold, just sprinkle the included caramel crumble over theCrème Brûlée and eat away.

For hot, place the Crème Brûlée on top rack under the broiler at low setting and with the oven door ajar. Let caramelize for 2 minutes. Remove and let caramel topping cool until solid or crunchy before enjoying it.

Rians Crème Brûlée in the 6-pack, 3.5 ounces each, is priced at $11.69.

Item number 671973.

Inventory and pricing at your store will vary and are subject to change at any time.

Has anyone tried the Rians Crème Brûlée?

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  • Erica Kingston Cannon

    Yes, I have had these and they are delicious! As a huge creme brûlée fan, I feel they are well worth the $$. Also, the little glass ramekins are great for reuse. I would only suggest adding a tiny bit more sugar if you are brûlée-ing for even more crunch!

    • Olli

      hi Erica,
      Thanks for sharing! Going to get a pack and indulge this holiday season 🙂 The glass ramekins are definitely a bonus.
      Happy Holidays,

      • Jazzy

        How long can they stay in fridge!?

  • Pupioso

    These are great. My mom found them at the local Costco where she lives and brought them up to me. Honestly I think they are a bargain because the ramekins can be reused. The sugar topping is perfect and you just put them under the broiler and voila!!!

  • Terri

    I got mine in Florence, Oregon at The Grocery Outlet for $ 4.99, a great price,wish I would have bought more.

  • They are sooo delicious! I love ittt

  • Andrew Moore

    They’re glass, we kept a bunch for odd crafts and such