This delicious Cuban Flan Recipe or Flan Cubano is a huge hit wherever and whenever I take it. Find out how easy it is to make this Cuban dessert! This really an Easy Cuban Flan Recipe . Flan has its origins from Spain. But chances are if you visit any Latin American country they have a variation of this rich dessert.
Easy Cuban Flan Recipe
“Cuban Flan” is always a best selling dessert at any Cuban Restaurant. It embodies all the sweetness that the Cuban palate loves with a custard texture that is pure heaven. It’s one of those desserts you can’t just have one bite of. That being said it’s rich so a small piece is more than enough. However, the fact that it looks so delicate yet the flavors are so intense, the mere thought of making it can be daunting for many.
I remember the first time I sat down to make a flan as an adult I was nervous it just wouldn’t turn out. Sure I had seen my grandmother make this recipe a million times, but there’s something to be said about the love grandmothers bake into stuff.
Once I made it though, I realized how easy it was and how anyone can make this delicious recipe. So if you’ve never tried it, I promise you will fall in love with it. If you love trying it and were scared to make it, I promise you, you’ll love this recipe at how easy it is to make.
So I’ve brought a recipe that is so crazy easy to make you’ll wonder why you don’t make more of it.
What is Cuban Flan?
For those of you not familiar with this dessert, it’s literally a cooked custard that is then refrigerated. It is very sweet and rich but so delicious. I am part Mexican/Part Cuban so I can honestly say the Cuban version is so much better. Sorry mom.
Why is Cuban Flan the best?
The Mexican one is a little waterier and not as sweet and rich. The Cuban Flan has a thick custard flavor that is simply rich and the closest thing to a symphony of flavor. Many people enjoy eating it with a side of Shaved coconut in syrup. Others that are purist love the flavor all on it’s own.
This is such an addictive dessert filled with a creamy, custardy texture yet cool delicious and sweet.