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Lady Lolas shares her recipe for low-sugar, quick and easy custard tarts that only take ten minutes

An Australian teacher and meal prepping pro has shared her simple recipe for guilt-free custard toasts she cooks in the airfryer that will satisfy your sweet tooth. 

Sydney mum, Katie Lolas demonstrated how to make the 10-minute breakfast treat using her simple homemade custard, bread and berries in a video posted to her popular Instagram page, Lady Lolas. 

‘Topped with fresh berries and a three-ingredient custard, every bite is buttery, sweet, and tangy. This recipe has gone viral for good reason,’ the mum-of-one captioned the clip. 

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A Sydney foodie has shared her quick and easy recipe for ten-minute custard tarts in a video posted to Instagram 

Meal prep queen, Katie Lolas (pictured) demonstrated how to make the sweet breakfast treat using her simple homemade custard, bread and berries

Meal prep queen, Katie Lolas (pictured) demonstrated how to make the sweet breakfast treat using her simple homemade custard, bread and berries

For the custard, Katie whisks together a cup of vanilla yoghurt, one egg and three tablespoons of natural maple syrup in a bowl until smooth. 

Next she uses a spoon to press the middles of a few slices of brown bread to create a well then fills with the custard and tops with sliced fresh berries. 

She carefully places the custard slices in the airfryer and cooks for 10 minutes at 190C. 

The homemade custard uses only three ingredients: a cup of vanilla yoghurt, one egg and three tablespoons of maple syrup

Katie whisks the three ingredients together in a bowl until smooth

For the custard, Katie whisks together a cup of vanilla yoghurt, one egg and three tablespoons of natural maple syrup in a bowl until smooth

Next she uses a spoon to press the middles of a few slices of brown bread to create a well

She then pours her custard in the wells and tops with sliced fresh berries

Next she uses a spoon to press the middles of a few slices of brown bread to create a well then fills with the custard and tops with sliced fresh berries

If you don’t have an airfryer, she suggests placing the slices on a tray lined with baking paper and baking in the oven for 10 or 15 minutes at 200C. 

Once the toasts are cooked, Katie removes them from the airfryer, sprinkles with powdered sugar, drizzles with a bit of the natural maple syrup and serves with some extra fruit

While Katie used fresh berries, she said you can top the toasts with a variety of alternatives including slices peaches, blackberries, raspberries, chocolate chips, sprinkles, nectarines, grated white chocolate or hundreds and thousands. 

She carefully places the custard slices in the airfryer and cooks for 10 minutes at 190C

Once the toasts are cooked, Katie removes them from the airfryer, sprinkles with powdered sugar and drizzles with a bit of the natural maple syrup

Katie cooks the custard slices in the airfryer and cooks for 10 minutes at 190C, and once they’re done, finishes with a sprinkle of powdered sugar and maple syrup

‘Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to two days. Reheat in the oven or air fryer until warmed and toasty,’ the foodie finished the post. 

The low-sugar treat impressed Katie’s throng of followers and drew in dozens of positive responses.  

‘Yuuuummm! This looks epic,’ one fan exclaimed.   

Recipe: 10-minute custard toast

Ingredients

1 cup vanilla yoghurt

1 egg 

4 table spoons of maple syrup 

Brown bread

Fresh strawberries and/or blueberries

Powdered sugar 

Method

1. In a small bowl, crack one egg and whisk in the yoghurt and three tablespoons of the maple syrup until smooth

2. Use a spoon to press the centres of sliced bread to create a well for the custard

3. Spoon or pour the custard into each well and then top with sliced berries

4. Cook for 10 minutes at 190C in air fryer or for 10-15minutes in an oven at 200C

5. Remove and sprinkle with powdered sugar and a drizzle of the remaining maple syrup. Serve with extra fruit

‘Looks fantastic great idea for breakfast,’ another wrote. 

Previously, Katie shared her tips and tricks for storing food to keep it fresher for longer.

In a now-viral video posted to Instagram, she said to keep cut vegetables in water, wash berries with white vinegar and keeping dressings separate from salad leaves to stop them going soggy. 

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For vegetable sticks, Katie said to keep them in a container with a some water at the bottom

She suggested swishing the water every couple of days so the sticks stay crisp

For vegetable sticks, Katie said to keep them in a container with a some water at the bottom and swish the water around every couple of days so they stay crisp and crunchy

For vegetable sticks, Katie said to keep them in a container with a some water at the bottom and swish the water around every couple of days so they stay crisp and crunchy. 

‘With washing berries, add a little bit of vinegar. Make sure you wash them well, pat them dry and this will kill the bacteria and preserve them for double the time,’ she continued. 

In the comments, Katie clarified she used white vinegar to wash the fruit.

'With washing berries, add a little bit of vinegar. Make sure you wash them well, pat them dry and this will kill the bacteria and preserve them for double the time,' she said

In the comments, Katie clarified she used white vinegar to wash the fruit

‘With washing berries, add a little bit of vinegar. Make sure you wash them well, pat them dry and this will kill the bacteria and preserve them for double the time,’ she said

She recommended using airtight containers as they will seal in the freshness of the food. 

‘Store dressings separate from your salads until you’re ready to eat – it’s the dressing that makes your salad soggy,’ Katie said. 

‘Lastly, add a square of paper towel to your salads to absorb any moisture and keep your greens crunchy and fresh.’ 

She recommended using airtight containers as they will seal in the freshness of the food

'Store dressings separate from your salads until you're ready to eat - it's the dressing that makes your salad soggy,' Katie continued

Katie recommended using airtight containers to store food and to keep dressing separate from salad to prevent the leaves from going soggy

The clip has been viewed more than 26,500 times with dozens of fans in the comments praising the helpful tips and offering their own food storage hacks. 

‘I’ve been told to put berries in mason jars in the fridge to keep them fresher for longer,’ one viewer advised.     

Another user said she sprays olive oil on chopped avocado to prevent it from going brown. 


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