Easiest-ever bread pudding

Easiest-ever bread pudding

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Cooking time

Prep: 5 mins Cook: 40 mins

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 4 - 4

The ultimate in quick comfort food - only five minutes to prepare, perfect to pop in the oven before the main course

Nutrition and extra info

Additional info

  • Easily halved
Nutrition info

Nutrition per serving

kcalories
363
protein
7g
carbs
64g
fat
11g
saturates
7g
fibre
1g
sugar
47g
salt
0.57g

Ingredients

  • 150ml whole milk
  • 140g white bread
  • 50g raisins or dried cherries
  • 568ml pot of fresh custard
  • butter, for greasing
  • 5-7 tbsp caster sugar

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Method

  1. Heat oven to 140C/fan 120C/gas 1. Stir the custard together with the milk. Trim the crusts from the bread, cut into triangles, then place in a large bowl with the raisins or dried cherries. Pour over the custard mixture, then carefully stir everything together so all the pieces of bread are coated. Lightly grease a small ovenproof dish with butter, then spoon in the mixture.
  2. Cook for 30-35 mins until there is just a slight wobble in the centre of the custard. Sprinkle over the sugar to cover the surface, then pop under a hot grill for 1-2 mins until the sugar starts to melt and caramelise.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, May 2008

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suebo51's picture

Hi folks I want to surprise my wife Susan with this recipe for dinner tonight & being a novice, I see ' nutrition per serving' but can't for the life of me find how much a serving is, can anyone help?

sarahb2013's picture
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This pudding was very easy to do. I stuck to the ingredients and i got my husband involved.

sarahb2013's picture
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This pudding was very easy to do. I stuck to the ingredients and i got my husband involved.

minacolada's picture
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Bread and butter pudding was requested and as I was short on time I thought I'd try this. I thought it was OK but it didn't go down with my (usually easygoing) family. Lots was left and I'll try a more traditional one next time!

louisa22's picture
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Didn't like this at all. I cooked mine for longer than 35 mins and it still didn't set like traditional bread & butter pudding. Didn't taste anywhere near as good as traditional recipe.

jane65's picture

Personally I would call this Bread and Butter Pudding rather than Bread Pudding which for me is made very differently but still using up left over bread.

lisalola's picture

when ever i make bread pudding i use up all the ends of the loaves of bread as no one in my house eats them. turns out really nice. and i dont like bread pudding as a rule.....!!

festiveseason2010's picture
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so easy to make ,i used cherries and sultanas made my own custard one word ,TASTY

anyz_razak's picture
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I was looking for an easy bread pudding recipe for my leftover bread. Used this recipe, add a bit off cinnamon, nutmeg and 2 tbs of caster sugar to the mixture. Cook for about an hour or so for it to cook properly. Overall I am not crazy about it but it's a good recipe for my leftover bread!

lellyg's picture
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Kids loved it!

yvered's picture
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I made a different version of this last night and everybody loved it. I used lurpack unsalted butter, cinnamon, tinned peach slices and almond essence. I was FAB!!

pootle1980's picture
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Nice and sooo quick! I added some mixed spice and served warm with lashings of cream. Lovely!

marymoss's picture
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Great. Did need extra cooking but we liked it a bit runny. I blow torched the sugar and it gave it a lovely brulee style.

Small portions though. Mary

teresahall's picture
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Didnt like it at all. Nothing like a traditional bread and butter pud. Id much rather take longer making it and get a good flavour

old-baker's picture

This isn't what I call bread pudding it is bread and butter pudding.

hellybop's picture
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this went down a treat! everybody loved it, really easy and quick

thefunkyduck's picture
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If you really like Bread & butter pudding, AVOID THIS. It really is not very nice, especially if you compare it to a real traditional version.

janefoy's picture

We have this so often!! its the easiest tastiest pudding. I use crustless 50/50 bread and taste the difference custard, the type of custard does make a difference, used cheap before and though still tasty nowhere near as good. Usually add some extra fruit. Never had a problem with the cooking times. Its just as nice the next day - I make just the same amount for the 2 of us as I would 4!!!

chris-suarez's picture
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Nice :)

stesar's picture

I made it today & it has not gone down well. will not make again.

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