Sized for baking and serving custard, this individual porcelain cup is lovely for sorbet, fresh fruit or trifle. Tall ribbed cup has a smooth interior that holds six ounces. Safe for microwave, oven and dishwasher. 2½” high.
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first of all, i have to admit that i won't necessarily be making custard in these lovely cups. i was looking for just the silhouette that these cups have after viewing a martha stewart chocolate pudding 101 video. she served the chocolate pudding in cups very similar to these and i found them very appealing. i looked high and low and was thrilled to find them at sur la table. i love that they are taller than the average custard cup and that they taper at the bottom. it gives them a very unique look. they are perfect, very smooth, nice weight to them and the perfect size for puddings, flans, tapioca, bread pudding etc. the price absolutely cannot be beat! i had originally ordered eight of them, but am going back now to order another eight. i have searched the internet and catalogs and they are nowhere but here. fantastic price as well
Best Answer:Sized for baking and serving custard, these individual ribbed porcelain cups are lovely for sorbet, fresh fruit or trifle. Each 2½” tall cup has a smooth interior that holds six ounces. Safe for microwave, oven and dishwasher. This product is made in Hong Kong and held to the highest standards of quality and safety.
Thank you! I've been using a nonstick popover pan, but just discovered that the nonstick coating breaks down at 450 degrees (which is the temp required for popovers--what engineering genius came up with that product??)). I need a nontoxic alternative, and it looks like this is it.