Britain's "Original Homemade" Custard Powder -- Creamy Goodness Without The Eggs
This rich and creamy custard dessert combines convenience with a truly delicious flavor. And we can all thank Alfred Bird's wife's allergy to eggs for that! Eggs, the traditional way to thicken custard, wouldn't work for Mrs. Bird so in 1837 her husband invented a thickening agent using cornstarch that was so popular and good-tasting it became a staple of kitchen cupboards across the UK, even today. Serve this rich and creamy custard alone or pour it over all kinds of desserts, including puddings, cakes, berries and more. 10.58 oz. tin
Store in a cool, dry place. Once made up, store in a refrigerator and treat as fresh food.
Cornflour, Salt, Annatto, and Flavoring. Contains no artificial colors. Suitable for vegetarians.
Serving Size: 142g