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What makes a custard filling different from a cream filling?



A. A cream filling is fully cooked on a stovetop, while a custard filling contains eggs and is poured uncooked into the pie.
B. A custard filling is fully cooked on a stovetop, while a cream filling contains eggs and is poured uncooked into the pie.
C. There is no difference.

This question is part of On Baking - Pies and Tarts
Asked by Vneely, Last updated: May 26, 2020

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Answered Feb 11, 2018

A cream filling is fully cooked on a stovetop, while a custard filling contains eggs and is poured uncooked into the pie.
 

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