An eggless dessert made with layers of crepes and white chocolate custard, decorated with nuts and fruit on the side

Delicious White Chocolate Saffron Torte

Eggless White Chocolate Saffron Torte

Welcome to Nitu Chugani who contributed the Egg-less White Chocolate Saffron Torte recipe. It looks scrumptious. Nitu describes herself as a simple housewife who cooked for her family on a daily basis, and friends, when entertaining. Since childhood she has always been fond of good.

Here is the recipe for Nitu's Egg-less White Chocolate Saffron Torte

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For the Eggless Crepes

  1. 6 tablespoons white flour
  3. pinch of baking powder
  4. 3 tablespoons of sugar
  5. 3 tablespoons of butter
  6. Milk as needed to make a thin batter,(Nitu used skimmed milk)


  1. Mix all the dry ingredients together with an electric beater
  2. Add milk and make into a thin batter. Keep aside for an hour
  3. Heat an iron non stick pan/gridle till hot, add a tiny piece of butter
  4. Pour the batter with a ladle & with the back of the spoon even it out to a thin round
  5. Cook then flip & cook the other side
  6. Make all the pancakes this way


White Chocolate Saffron Custard

  1. 500ml plus (4 tablespoons skimmed milk to be mixed with custard)
  2. 150 grams of white chocolate (or more depends on your taste)
  3. Pinch of pure Spanish Saffron
  4. 2 tablespoons custard powder


  1. Heat 500ml milk in a pan
  2. Add saffron & white chocolate, stir to melt
  3. Mix 4 tablespoons milk with the custard powder. Pour into the hot milk. Cook till thick
  4. Taste. If your prefer it sweeter add more white chocolate
  5. DO NOT ADD SUGAR, let it cook till thick. Allow it to cool

Making The Torte

  1. Place one crepe on a plate, then spoon cooled custard on top
  2. Cover with another crepe, repeat till all the crepes & custard are used
  3. Decorate with nuts of your choice. Refrigerate overnight for the flavors to blend

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More about Nitu

Nitu began sharing her recipes online on Facebook. This developed to running her own blog. She now enjoys the readership of a large Facebook community who enjoy, Cooking with Nitu She tries to publish a recipe a day. She sincerely believes that anyone can cook and its like making love!

A photo of Nitu Chugani

Nitu Chugani fondly called Nitu Didi or Nitu Sister

Having being brought up between Africa and Hongkong and now in Spain, Nitu believes that food has influenced her upbringing. She spent many hours in the kitchen watching her nanny cook amazing food for her father. Nitu loves to teach how to cook and believes that it will transport you to a world of spice and color and that you will love the experience. Here is where you can view Nitu's Blog.

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