Penny2017-08-11T23:16:37+00:00 Total Recipe Views: 11,898 Mint Custard By Penny Puddings / Dessert English August 11, 2017 Yes it's green but bare with me . This is another blast from school days Prep: 5 mins Cook: 10 mins Yields: 4 servings Ingredients 2 tblspn cornflour 3 tblspn sugar 1 pint milk 3 -4 drops , green food colouring 1 tspn peppermint extract Directions 1Mix the cornflour, sugar and 1-2tblspns of the milk to make a smooth paste. 2Heat the remaining milk gently until almost boiling. 3Pour into the cornflour paste, stirring well. 4Pour it back into the pan and put it back on the heat, stirring continuously until thickensand boils 5Turn down to a simmer for 2-3 minutes 6Take off of heat and stir in the colouring and peppermint, mix well. 7Serve with chocolate concrete close full screen 00:00 62 Reviews Liz Ward August 14, 2017 Dawn Benson Anne-Marie Richardson August 14, 2017 Ben would love it, he loves anything minty. Bev Leymus August 14, 2017 Looks so appetising. Are you gonna treat the kids? Victoria Siddall Cox August 13, 2017 Ty xx Feed your family for about £20 a week. August 13, 2017 http://www.fyf20quid.co.uk/recipes/chocolate-concrete Anne-Marie Richardson August 13, 2017 Bev- this was it. Victoria Siddall Cox August 13, 2017 Hi I can’t find the chocolate concrete recipe can someone put a link up plz x Linda Clinch August 12, 2017 Calum Brebner see green mint custard delicious!! Sharon Louise Humpage August 12, 2017 Laura Sian Stephenson I remember u saying last week xx Kimberley Jade Louise Bostock August 12, 2017 Laura Gibson!!! Blazej Blas August 12, 2017 Agata Błaś Abbi Stanyer August 12, 2017 Dom Whitehurst!! Feed your family for about £20 a week. August 12, 2017 Rachael we have a chocolate concrete recipe on the website too Emma Coles August 12, 2017 Simon Coles? Rachel Jones August 12, 2017 All kinds of wrong!! Nathan Jackson August 12, 2017 Lucian you need to get on that plustard before someone steals your idea Rebecca Leeson August 12, 2017 Looks like a liquid aero bar! Lorna Blagden August 12, 2017 I remember this from school dinners in the 70’s lol. X Feed your family for about £20 a week. August 12, 2017 Thank you for that I was merely helping by adding the ingredients and saying that I genuinely don’t know what’s going on . This happened to someone last night too but then they could see it Victoria Barber August 12, 2017 Jordon Barber Ian Barber Beth Edmondson August 12, 2017 Just because they work for you doesn’t mean there isn’t a fault! Feed your family for about £20 a week. August 12, 2017 Add less colouring , that’s why you add a drop at a time x Feed your family for about £20 a week. August 12, 2017 I don’t know what’s going on as they’re all there Sarah Briggs August 12, 2017 I remember this but not quite so green. Beth Edmondson August 12, 2017 The ingredient list just has the quantities, not the items! Lisa Chapman August 12, 2017 Amy Gerrity Louise Brown August 12, 2017 Ian Brown Kim Littlemore August 12, 2017 OMG Jonathan you need to make this!!!!!!! Please!!!! Sophie Canning August 12, 2017 Sean Randall Carole Morton August 12, 2017 Loved that at school. The best Jodi Hannant August 12, 2017 Gemma Sharp Rachel Reeder August 12, 2017 Archer Mark Damo Natalie Morgan August 12, 2017 Never tasted mint custard, but it sounds divine. Catherine Blythe August 12, 2017 Mint sauce for choccy pud not mint sauce for lamb lol x Catherine Blythe August 12, 2017 It will be the same as mint sauce, just exchange mint extract for vanilla and don’t put green colouring in x Kathryn Sankey August 11, 2017 Catherine you couldnt share a recipe for the sweet white custard sauce that you had with ginger cake have you Jo Jay August 11, 2017 It’s on there now Lisa Dent August 11, 2017 Maria Sherwood remember this xx Susan Dicken August 11, 2017 Tegan Worldd Jo Jay August 11, 2017 Thanks lol Feed your family for about £20 a week. August 11, 2017 Start with 0.5 tspn Feed your family for about £20 a week. August 11, 2017 That’s bizarre ! Carly Danaher August 11, 2017 Michelle Thompson can’t be better than your mint custard x Sarah Evans August 11, 2017 3 tablespoons of what? Sarah Evans August 11, 2017 2 tablespoons of what? Sarah Evans August 11, 2017 Feed your family for about £20 a week. Sarah Evans August 11, 2017 Feed your family for about £20 a week. Jo is correct, there are bits missing Feed your family for about £20 a week. August 11, 2017 There are just 5 ingredients Wendy Meacock August 11, 2017 Never had Anne Wright August 11, 2017 Maureen for Anna ?? Feed your family for about £20 a week. August 11, 2017 No it’s all there Emma Grace August 11, 2017 Allison Grace Jo Hellier August 11, 2017 Heather Hellier Jason Googleit Stupple August 11, 2017 Claire Duckmanton Paula Louise Begley August 11, 2017 Lol. If u make it il certainly try it hee hee xxx Nicky Starr August 11, 2017 Yum x Jo Jay August 11, 2017 Gutted Just clicked on the link and the ingredients not completed so you gotta guess what goes where David Starr Lisa Higgs August 11, 2017 Nicky Starr concrete cake and custard x Justine JJ James August 11, 2017 Andy James Laura NevertobeTownsend Scott August 11, 2017 I loved green custard….takes me straight back to being at junior school! Happy memories x Jo Jay August 11, 2017 Omg I think I was about 5 the last time I had that I need to make it Catherine Blythe August 11, 2017 Being an ex school cook , this was the recipe the children asked for all the time. Cheese whirls came a close second Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.