PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Husband-and-wife team Joshua and Christen Johnson started Poppa's Custard Company during the pandemic as a way for the family to be able to do something together.
Now they sell their four-ounce jars of chilled custards at farmer's markets and online.
They use fresh ingredients only and describe the sweet treat as 'what a pudding cup would be if it were all grown up'.
Varieties come in both dairy and plant-based, and the intent is to make an indulgent snack that is just the right size to be satisfying but not filling.
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