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  1. Thank you for this recipe, I haven’t made it yet but it looks super nice and just like what I’ve been looking for! I just have one question, you said you can also use soy whipped cream for the white part and I intend to do that, but I feel like it it will become runny if I keep the cake in the fridge until for example the next day, because whipped cream tends to get more fluid a while after it’s been whipped. Do you have any tips on what I could add to the whipped cream to keep it stiff for a few days? I tried powdered sugar in the past but that was no success and I prefer not to use any coconut products ^^

    1. Hi Amber, it really depends on the brand. I personally haven’t experienced this in the past so I’m sorry I can’t help. I would have suggested powdered sugar but if that is a no-go then you could maybe fold in cashew cream? It’s hard to say without experimenting if it will hold. You could alternatively use thickened cream and add sugar to that. I’m sorry again I couldn’t be of more help. Let me know how you go x

  2. My mom brought krempite home the other day which prompted me to search for a vegan version… though the recipe was no speedy process, it was certainly worth it! and as someone who has also tried the “original” krempite, the only area of real difference is the ever so slight coconut flavour, which really doesn’t get in the way of the experience. in the end my custard somehow came out tinted a little green, so they weren’t all that photo-worthy, but they sure were delicious! thank you for the wonderful recipe!:)

  3. thank you for the lovely recipe! I’ve made all the components- but even after leaving it to cool, it appears my custard is too runny/ won’t solidify! I think I may have taken it off the heat too early as I was scared it would burn. Is it too late to fix it?

    1. Sounds like that’s where you went wrong. Sorry, but once you’ve already assembled it, there’s not much you can do. If it’s still on its own, you can add it back to the pot and heat it up again to thicken. Let me know how you go!