Join Roughy as he unveils a series of his favourite go-to recipes over the coming weeks with a special helper in daughter Pippa, brought to you by Dairy Farmers.

With many of us staying home more and eating out less, cooking and learning new recipes has become central to many households. Roughy’s place is no different, and the 4-time Premiership star has made the best of the situation, enjoying more quality family time and staying healthy at home.

Taste testing the ingredients is an important part of cooking!

Chocolate Custard

Serves 2

The Chocolate Custard transforms this classic treat into something healthier.

Packed with goodness for the whole family, the custard is made with Dairy Farmers A2 Goodness Chocolate Milk, which contains 25% less sugar than regular chocolate milk.

No matter your age, nutrient-rich dairy options as part of a balanced diet are a great way to nourish your body, and because it’s low in sugar, Jarryd and Pippa sometimes sneak in a glass while they wait!

No matter how old you are, everyone loves choccy milk! Pippa and I couldn’t help but enjoy a glass while we made the custard - lucky it’s got 25% less sugar than regular chocolate milk!

- Jarryd Roughead


500 mL Dairy Farmers A2 Goodness Chocolate milk

2 eggs

30g cornflour

Sliced Banana


Place milk in saucepan and begin heating over low heat.

Meanwhile, lightly beat eggs with cornflour and a dash of the milk.

Add the egg mixture to the remainder of the milk in the saucepan.

Whisk gently over medium heat for approximately 10 minutes or until thickened to desired consistency.

Serve with sliced banana and enjoy!

*Tip: substitute poached pears with banana slices for an equally delicious and nutritious option

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