Take ½ cup milk in a bowl and add custard powder in it.
Mix well to make a lump free mixture.
Heat the remaining milk in a pan
Add sugar and cook until it dissolves.
Add custard mixture slowly and keep whisking throughout. Cook on medium heat until the mixture thickens.
Keep stirring continuously.
Remove the pan from the heat.
Cover the pan with a cling wrap to avoid the formation of cream layer on top.
Cool the custard completely.
Chill it for 3-4 hours.
When ready to serve, add chopped fresh fruits in the custard and mix well.
You can add fruits of your choice in this custard.Add fruits only when you are ready to serve the custard. You can also add jaggery instead of sugar in Fruit Custard. Make sure you add jaggery once the custard has become thick and warm, otherwise the milk will curdle.I also like to make this Fruit Custard with almond milk sometimes, as it delivers a nice rich taste.Use seasonal fruits for the best taste, as they are freshly available in the market.Stick to the measurements I have given. If they are not followed correctly, the custard can turn out too thick or too thin.