Pot de crème is a French dessert, literally translated as “pot of cream.” Pots de crème are small custards that are not usually as firm as a flan or a crème caramel, and for this reason they are cooked in individual pot de crème pots or ramekins. High-quality white chocolate gives the best results for this recipe. If you happen not to like white chocolate, you can easily substitute semisweet or bittersweet chocolate.
This simple recipe serves a crowd and will make folks think you slaved over a smoker all day long. The meat is slathered with delicious spices and seasonings and kept overnight in the fridge. The next day, it gets transferred to the slow cooker, and that’s it!