Posset is an old-timey English recipe due for a comeback. Consider it the easiest pudding ever. You boil cream and sugar, add citrus juice, then chill. That’s it. This version was based on the Lemon Posset by Food52er mrslarkin. If you layer the streusel on the bottom and top, as I do, you’ll want to eat the puddings within a day. If you only serve it on top, it’ll be good in the fridge for several days. —Emma Laperruque
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