Recipes

Homemade Custard Powder Production

Share the Love

Homemade custard powder is what I’ll be sharing today.

Hello loves, Happy new month and welcome to the month of December!

Has God been faithful? Of a truth, He has been faithful to I and my family, and I know He has been faithful to you and your family too?

Being alive is a testimony! It can never be too late for you, if you’ve not achieved what you have in mind doing this year.

God never fails, He always do that which He says He will do.

Will be sharing with you guys today, on how to produce homemade custard powder.

Yes! Is as easy and simple like anything simple you can think of.

I can’t remember when I bought custard powder last.

I’ve been producing it myself, and the good thing it is that, you can fortify it however you want it.

Not only that, producing custard powder yourself, will also save you lot of money.

By the time you start producing it yourself, you will realize how much you’ve spent buying custard powder.

Producing custard powder is very easy, virtually every one can produce it. With few instructions you have a ready custard powder.

Children love custard. My kids prefer it to the ordinary pap, still wondering why, may be it could be on account of the attractive colour and flavor. LOL!

Adult also don’t joke with it. This has made custard powder in high demand.

Producers of custard powder are really making it big in terms of profit.

It’s a viable business in Nigeria because of the profit margin and the large market need.

This homemade custard powder production is super easy like I mentioned above.

With very few ingredients you have your ready homemade custard powder.

You could fortify it further by adding more milk if you choose to produce milk custard powder.

No need of adding milk in milk custard after preparation unless the milk already added is not to your taste.

In this post, I will be concentrating on the standard or normal custard production, which needs milk and probably sugar or honey after preparation.

Homemade Custard powder can also be used in the preparation of other varieties of recipes such as custard cake ,  custard bread pudding and custard

It is produced from cornstarch of which corn is the primary raw material.

On the other hand, cornstarch can also be used to dust the surface and to avoid the fondant from sticking.

The production is not time consuming at all.

To Produce Custard Powder, I Used;

  • ½ kilo Corn starch
  • 1 teaspoon egg yellow food colour
  • 1 tablespoonful powdered milk flavor
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla powdered flavor
  • 1 teaspoon banana powdered flavor

Procedure

  1. With a sifter, sift the cornstarch into an empty dry bowl
  2. Add the milk powdered flavor
  3. Add the vanilla and banana mixture flavor
  4. Add the egg yellow food colour
  5. Mix very well till well incorporated

That is the ready homemade custard powder!

Homemade custard powder

Please share this post with your family and friends.

Leave a comment in the comment section below and tell me what you think about this recipe.

Watch the practical video below to see for yourself how to make your homemade custard powder.

See you in my next post

Ada.


Share the Love

25 thoughts on “Homemade Custard Powder Production

  • Kitua onwuka emmanuella

    Nice…

    Reply
  • Josephine D

    How can one achieve the corn starch? Procedure please

    Reply
  • Hamadtijani Olateju

    Well done Madam thanks for sharing this custard recipe I appreciate
    Please my question is the milk flavor is it different from normal powdered we buy daily
    The corn starch is it normal corn flour or is different special corn starch in market
    Thanks

    Reply
    • Milk flavour is different from powdered milk,while cornflour is the normal cornstarch

      Reply
  • BRUME GODDEY

    I love your post and I’ve learnt a lot from your post most especially this custard production. But what I don’t understand is it the same process with making local Akamu

    Reply
  • Anichebe Chinwike

    Please how can i reach you for much practical training on this custard making? Kindly reach me through my Email address. Thank you.

    Reply
  • Nwogbala charity scholastica

    Wow, I really appreciate you, but please I want to ask this, the corn flour is it cooked one, I mean will you cook the corn and allow it to dry before you Grand it and sift?

    Reply
  • Fejiro Precious

    Hello, i tried it yesterday, but after preparing the custard it was salty and even I added sugar it still had that salty taste to it. Please what could be the problem

    Reply
    • I can’t tell.If you follow strictly what I did, you wouldn’t such result.

      Reply
  • Victory

    Nice one. Love it.
    This is my first time trying you learn how to make custard power and wow, it’s beautifully simple

    Reply
  • hi you are doing an amazing job , my question is can I use regular corn flour instead of corn starch thank you will be expecting your reply remain blessed

    Reply
  • Chiedo Enyeribe

    I really enjoyed your lectures, what type of corn is use for the custerd process?

    Reply
  • Honeycrown

    Lovely recipes but I saw someone using vitamin C and sodium benzoate. Pls is it necessary and what is its work?

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.