Bread and Butter Pudding

Well, I got up early today to post a rather nice sausage and bean recipe on here that I made the other day - all set with pictures but can't find the recipe! It's in one of these hundreds of magazines I have here. Anyway, I've spent way too long looking for it, so will leave that for another day as I have to go to work!


Bread and Butter Pudding

So, instead of sausages you have bread and butter pudding instead!

I have slightly altered one from Delia Smith. She used currents and I don't like them! Her recipe can be found here.

My only concern is that hers says it serves 4-6 people. I say it serves 2-4 but we eat a lot I suppose!

You will need:
8 slices of bread
Approximately 50g butter
55g sultanas
275ml milk
60ml double cream
50g caster sugar
3 eggs
freshly grated nutmeg
Preheat the oven to 180C/350F Gas 4
**You will also need a 2 pint (1.2 litre) enamel or stoneware baking dish, well buttered.


Methodt:
Butter the bread and cut each slice of buttered bread in half – leaving the crusts on. Now arrange one layer of buttered bread over the base of the baking dish, sprinkle some of the sultanas, then cover with another layer of the bread slices and the remainder of the sultanas.

Bread and Butter Pudding in a bowl

Now, in a jug or bowl, add the milk and the cream. Stir in the caster sugar. Now whisk the eggs in a small basin and then pour into the milk mixture.

Pour the whole lot over the bread, sprinkle over some freshly grated nutmeg, and bake in the oven for 30-40 minutes. Serve warm.

15 comments

  1. I love Bread and Butter Pudding Jan!!! I have never tried Delia's recipe. I usually use Gary Rhodes. I shall give Delia's a try sometime though, on your say so!
    PS - I hate it when I can't find a recipe I have flagged in a magazine!!! It happens to me all the time! So many recipes, so little time. That should be my by-word!

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  2. Oh yeah, this looks good to me for breakfast, snack, dessert, anytime! I love all bread pudding recipes, and especially love how they make the whole house smell great while they cook. YUM!

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  3. Good to see that you are eating more comforting puddings - I bet your husband loves them.

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  4. Yum! This looks amazing. I haven't had breakfast yet and now I am wishing I had some of this! Great recipe!

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  5. This bread pudding looks absolutely divine! Lovely!

    -DTW
    www.everydaycookin.blogspot.com

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  6. I love raisins in my bread pudding. It is a must! Yours looks fabulous!

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  7. This is one of my favorite desserts but have never made it. Your recipe sounds wonderful!

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  8. Oh that's happened to me on numerous occasions...where's that recipe!!!

    See, you do like sweet things and you Brits are masters of bread puddin'.

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  9. This bread pudding looks pretty yum...would love to try this soon.

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  10. Sounds like the ultimate comfort food.

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  11. So that's what it is! I'd heard of bread and butter pudding before, but I'd never seen it. Sounds tasty!

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  12. This is like an easier and of course delicious rendition of French toast:D

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  13. im sorry but bread and butter pudding is the furthest thing away from french toast! haha
    kate =]

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  14. One of my Hubbies & Son's favourite Pudding, I make it with brioche, sultana's soaked in rum,,,,I haven't made this in ages, I can see a pudding supper coming on. Thank you for reminding me.....

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Thanks for taking the time to comment - much appreciated.
Cheers
Jan




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