Are flan and creme caramel the same thing?
Flan (also known as crème caramel) is a custard of sugar, milk, cream, and egg yolks, baked in a caramel-sauce-lined ramekin until soft and wiggly.
Is flan and creme brulee the same?
Texture: Flan stands upright and has a jigglier, Jell-O-esque consistency, and it's topped with a soft caramel. Crème brûlée is creamier and pudding-like and has a crisp layer of burnt sugar that has caramelized on top.
What is the difference between creme caramel and creme brulee?
Crème caramel is a baked custard that's cooked in a caramel-lined ramekin; crème brûlée is a baked custard that's topped with a sheer, crackly layer of caramelized sugar; and pot de crème is, well, a baked custard. Same technique, but different results.
Where does creme caramel originate from?
Crème caramel/Places of origin