Bread and butter pudding is a classic old fashioned pudding, a great way to use up day old bread and a conforting end to a winter dinner.
This is out of my mum's recipe diary, it's a favorite for cooler months although she would make it year round. It's delicious and although some include sultanas - I've left these out because I don't like them. If you do add them - sprinkle them in-between the bread before you pour on the mixture.
The classic British dessert, made with white bread, eggs, milk, nutmeg and either sultanas or currant.
An easy Bread and Butter Pudding recipe. You can use plain white bread or a mix of any leftover bread and it will still give the same warm winter comfort food effect. Use whatever dried fruit you like - e.g. dried apricots, dates, prunes, sultanas, raisins, currants.
Next time you have some leftover white bread, try making this delicious pudding which includes dried apricots.
You can modify this classic bread and butter pudding recipe by spreading the bread with marmalade if you like.
This simple bread and butter pudding recipe is a classic. Using eggs, milk and buttered bread, with a sprinkle of dried fruit, this yummy pudding is ready in no time.
A twist on a traditional bread pudding recipe. Make in individual ramekins for an impressive dinner party presentation. Try using brioche or panettone instead of plain bread to make it extra special.
This is like a bread and butter pudding but uses chocolate croissants. Makes a decadent dessert or brunch dish in winter.
The classic winter dessert with a chocolate and orange twist! So nice alone or with vanilla ice-cream or custard.
Amarula is a cream liqueur from South Africa and is a wonderful ingredient. You could try this with Baileys or any other cream liqueur you have available.