NO BAKE CARAMEL BREAD PUDDING

NO BAKE CARAMEL BREAD PUDDING

 

Whenever we crave for something sweet after our meal, caramel bread pudding is one of the easiest and yummiest options we can avail without worrying about the things we need to cook it. It is made with simple ingredients like bread, sugar, milk, and eggs which are always available at home. This pudding looks and tastes like a royal dessert made with fancy techniques and ingredients. But in reality it is so easy to make that even my eight years old daughter can cook it. You will surely beg for more once you try this creamy, smooth, and melt in mouth pudding.

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Caramel bread pudding has a firm texture like a cheesecake and it is not as jiggly as regular pudding. Caramel bread pudding recipe is very simple. It starts with cooking sugar added milk until it is reduced to half. Soak pieces of bread in that milk. When fully soaked, blend them until smooth. Prepare caramel and add it in base of pan. Mix eggs, vanilla, salt, blended milk and pour into pan through strainer. Steam this mixture for 40 minutes, chill it and enjoy. It is a low budget dessert which everyone can afford easily.

caramel bread pudding

Brief history of bread pudding

Bread pudding does not have a history of fancy dessert rather it evolved from necessity to prevent wastage of food. It was originated in England in 11th and 12th century, where, in order to utilize stale bread (which is hard to eat), people used to soak it in some warm and sweet liquid, bake it until golden, and eat it. It was popular in lower class in England and initially called “poor man’s pudding” because they could only afford to soak bread in hot water with some sugar and spices.

But after 13th century, its recipe evolved and included eggs, milk, and butter and rather than “poor man’s pudding” its name changed to “bread and butter pudding”. It has now become a proper dessert with a lot of variations. Some soak bread slices in custard mixture containing milk, eggs, butter, cream, sugar, and spices and bake it. Some make it like I do, blend the bread slices in custard mixture, pour it in a mold, and cook it through steaming. There are several varieties of bread pudding available in different parts of world.

Some important tips for making caramel bread pudding

  • While melting sugar for making caramel sauce, it is important that you keep the heat very low otherwise sugar will burn immediately.
  • Bread which you use for making pudding should be soft and fresh, I prefer using milk bread. Do not use bran bread, whole wheat bread, or multigrain bread. These kinds of bread affect the silky smooth texture of your pudding.
  • There is no need of serving extra sauce with pudding because caramel sauce is already there. But if you add a scoop of whipped cream on top of your pudding while serving, it will enhance its beauty and taste.
  • If you have left over pudding and you want to save it, just cover pudding container with cling foil and keep it in refrigerator for no more than 3-4 days.
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NO BAKE CARAMEL BREAD PUDDING

Caramel bread pudding looks and tastes like a royal dessert made with fancy techniques and ingredients. But in reality it is so easy to make that even my eight years old daughter can cook it. It is a low budget dessert which everyone can afford easily. You will surely beg for more once you try this creamy, smooth, and melt in mouth pudding.
Course Dessert
Cuisine American, England
Keyword bread pudding recipe, caramel bread pudding, caramel bread pudding recipe, salted caramel bread pudding
Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 3 hours 20 minutes
Servings 4 people

Equipment

  • pudding mould
  • Mixing bowl
  • deep pan for steam
  • Blender

Ingredients

  • 500 ml milk
  • 2 slices bread
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • 2 whole eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence
  • ¼ cup sugar for caramel sauce
  • 2 tbsp water
  • 1 pinch salt

Instructions

  • Combine milk and sugar in a pan and cook until milk remains half in quantity.
  • To prepare caramel sauce combine sugar and water in a pan. On low heat let the sugar melt. When sugar melts completely and changes colour to golden, transfer this golden sauce in the base of your pudding mould.
  • Take two slices of bread and remove its edges. Cut bread in small pieces and soak them in prepared milk for 30 minutes.
  • Blend milk soaked bread slices until smooth.
  • Beat eggs with vanilla essence and salt. Add blended bread and milk mixture with eggs. whisk until all ingredients are well combined. Your pudding mixture is ready.
  • Put a strainer on your pudding mould and add the pudding mixture in mould through strainer.
  • cover the mould opening with aluminium foil. Boil water in a deep pan, water should be no more than 2 inches. Put a stand in it and place pudding mould on it. Cover the pan and let it stem for 40 minutes.
  • After 40 minutes let pudding cool down on room temperature first and then refrigerate it for 2 hours.
  • Remove aluminium foil from mould. Separate edges of pudding from mould with sharp knife. Put a plate on mould and upside down the mould and tap the base gently.
  • Pudding with caramel sauce is ready.

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