Bread Pudding, a simple recipe with oh-so-delicious rewards.
I love recipes that can be made with normal everyday ingredients, if you have a few slices of bread, milk, nuts and condensed milk, you can make this dessert.
We all have a loaf in the kitchen, it’s the humble cornerstone of any household and we assume it’ll be scoffed immediately. Sometimes, however, those last few pieces sit and wait in vain for a sandwich or slice of toast that never comes. If you loathe wastage as much as we do, this is the best recipe. Leftover bread really does make the best pudding and it’s perfect if you got a hankering for something sweet and need to feed a crowd.
A comfort dessert treat that doesn’t sacrifice deliciousness but saves precious time and will have you curling up on the sofa with family, lighting a fire and watching a good movie in minutes. This bread pudding is exactly that treat😁.
This is a handy recipe to have up your sleeve for a quick weeknight dessert, an afternoon pick-me-up for you and an after-school treat for kids on a cool day, answer a late-night craving or impress a date.
It’s quite tasty, warm with all the flavours i crave and it’s ready in few minutes.
Are you on board yet ? If so, grab ramekins or coffee mugs and let’s get to work😉….
Category : Dessert, Pudding
Cuisine : Global
Author : Jyo
For 3 servings
- 5 to 6 pieces of sweet bread slices
- 1/2 cup whole warm milk
- 1/2 cup condensed milk
- 1 tsp unsalted and melted butter
- 1 tbsp custard powder
- 1 tsp powdered sugar or as required
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 tbsp broken cashews
- 1 tbsp raisins
- 1 tbsp black raisins
- 1 tbsp tutti frutti
1. Cut the bread slices into square bite-sized pieces. Mix all the nuts in a cup.
2. Take warm milk, melted butter, condensed milk, custard powder, vanilla extract and sugar in a bowl, whisk well and keep it aside.
3. Take 3 ramekins or 3 coffee mugs, spray lightly with cooking spray and layer with bread pieces and nuts.
4. Again layer with bread pieces.
5. Pour and diristribute custard mixture over the cubed bread pushing the bread down slightly with a spoon, so that they are submerged with the liquid. Top with some more nuts.
6. Place ramekins on a tray and then bake for 15 to 20 minutes or the tops are browned.
7. Serve wrapped in a towel because the ramekins or mugs are quite warm.
You can change bread pudding in so many different ways by using different breads and various add-ins.
You can also add fruits, peanut butter, cinnamon, chocolate…whatever you wish, it’s all at your finger tips.
You can use dry fruits of your choice.
Tastes best immediately out of the oven. It’s a bit goey dessert.
Baking time may vary as every oven is different. So keep a close eye.
Also, if you have friends or guests over, then just multiply the recipe and make it for them.
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