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Sweet Marrow Custard With Vanilla Bean (A Guest Post At Nourished Kitchen)

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Layered With Summer Berries . . .

Cinnamon sprinkled peaches, or ripe figs in the fall, this faintly sweet custard makes it’s way to our breakfast table every season of the year. Wholesome fats and protein plus many vitamins and minerals (calcium, iron, zinc, phosphorous, B-Vitamins, Vitamin K and Vitamin A to name a few), make this a deeply nourishing dish for everyone, but it’s infusion of marrow makes in an especially important for children.

Join me over at Nourished Kitchen to find out why and get the RECIPE!!!


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9 Responses to Sweet Marrow Custard With Vanilla Bean (A Guest Post At Nourished Kitchen)

  1. Sunny


    Is that a seersucker tea towel? To cute!

  2. Leanne Hoole


    I followed you over to Nourished Kichen to find the recipe for the marrow custard with vanilla bean and could not find the recipe. help! Thanks, Leanne

  3. Oh my goodness! This was amazing! :) I’ve used bone marrow very little before but I think it’s going to be a regular sight in our fridge from now on.. I never expected this to be so delicious :) and so healthy too. I will be recommending this to my clients too.

  4. Sarah


    Any tips for someone just getting started on how to source quality bones for marrow? Thanks so much – love your blog and all of your amazing recipes!

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