Eggless Caramel Bread Pudding | Bread Dessert Recipe | Bead Pudding

Its been freezing here and although the sun pops up, the cold winds just spoils the whole day :( but I've just got used to these situations and fluctuating temperatures. There used to be times when I was in India where I wanted the temperature to be cool and wear those long forgotten sweaters and get cosy and roll up under my sheets all day. Well all those prayers are answered now and yet I still complain :-) I just think we never are happy with what we have and still want what's not there. This happens to me with food too, but just that in the case of food I end up loving new dishes and still don't let down my old favorites. This bread pudding is one such recipe


I had some brown bread sitting in my kitchen for 3-4 days that never saw a way to our tummy and was thinking what to do with it and thought of turning it into a bread custard pudding but lacked eggs. So I was thinking is there something that I can do without eggs??? and found some recipes in an eggless bread pudding. Apart from the pictures, the one thing made me try this recipe is that it was caramel based similar to the caramel custard recipe with needs eggs. I am a die hard fan of caramel custard and infact that is the first recipe I posted in my blog, check it out here :-)



Recipe Source - Poornima's tasty treats
Cook & Prep time - 30 mins
Serves - 2

Ingredients 

Bread slices 8 (I used brown bread)
Milk 1 and 1/2 cup (I used semi-skimmed)
Brown sugar - 2/3 cup
White sugar - 2 tbsp
Vanilla Extract - 1 tsp
1 no. 2" size ramekin or 4" cake tin

Method

Tear the slices of bread into small pieces into a bowl and to this add the milk, use a masher to mash all the lumps. Mix the sugar and extract and let it sit aside
In a sauce pan add 2 tbsp sugar and few drops of water and wait for it to caramelise, once it starts turning golden brown bring the fire to low and once all the sugar melts transfer it into the ramekins immediately. You will find it cooling almost immediately. 
Top the caramel with the bread mash and cover it with foil pricking holes on top 
In a cooker add water bring to a boil and place the ramekins on it, keep it on medium heat and cover the lid and do not add the whistle/ weight. Let it cook in medium heat for 20 mins, switch off and let it cool outside for 20 mins and later refrigerate until cool and invert to serve

Cooks Wisdom

- Remember to use a bowl that fits into your pressure cooker
- I used brown sugar and brown bread you can always replace it with white sugar and white bread. You could even cut the ends of the bread
- Instead of vanilla extract you can use cinnamon/ cardamom powder
- I made more caramel syrup and poured on top of the pudding before serving, its up to you.. might look hard on top. You can also use caramel sauce, chocolate sauce... 

35 comments:

  1. Woow mouthwatering pudding

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  2. woww..is it your break fast today priya?

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    1. Preethi this was last night's dessert :P

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  3. nice presentation priya.. like the candle light set up :)

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  4. oh wow!!!! Mouthwatering here...

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  5. superb presentation dear. cooking these without egg is an art. :-)

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  6. Thats a beautiful presentation,soo romantic and irresistible pudding.

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  7. Superb presentation, love the candle light setup!!!

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  8. awesome recipe....tnx for sharing...

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  9. hey thats an awesome recipe and love the addition of caramel. gorgeous set up.

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  10. Love the presentation, the candles, the colour everything and a classic dessert!

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  11. Looks yum!! Love the presentation and clicks..

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  12. Wow looks gorgeous,such tempting clicks..love the presentation dear

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  13. Priya!! Love the very look of this dessert... am definitely trying this one... as its eggless and I like that! :) And ur pictures are only getting prettier and prettier... loved the presentation too! :)

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    1. Thanks Nanditha :-) u always support me and you sure must try this, you will love it

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  14. it looks like you had a wonderful time! It definitely sounds like you ate some incredibly food, and I’m going to NEED the recipe

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  15. Delicious love this soft and smooth pudding. I admire you guys eggless baking.

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  16. Your blog and recipes are awesome one.i like it.I am a new food blogger.Will u support me in this world?

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    1. Hi Ramya :) thanks for visiting and dropping a comment, welcome to the world of blogging... visiting you right away

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  17. wow very tempting pudding Priya,luks delicious...Lovely Clicks as always:)

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  18. loved the eggless version of bread pudding and the last pic is cool !

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  19. Beautiful, my kind of dessert, bookmarking it.

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  20. hi priya, how are you doing. i sure love this bread pudding. the pic looks very pretty too. have a nice day

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  21. Thanks for your remark and so happy you liked it. I sill make it often and we love it too. The pictures are so beautiful, especially the first one, loved the idea of pouring extra caramel on the top!

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    1. :-) Thank u so much for visiting and leaving a comment and we really enjoyed this sweet dessert and look forward to making it again

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  22. Hey looks like I have been missing a lot here...Caramel pudding looks awesome...Loved the idea of pouring caramel on top...Love the clicks gal...They sure is tempting me...

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  23. this look so yummy.... such pretty and tempting presentation

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  24. What a delicious looking pudding! Really tempting and beautiful.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  25. what a tempting pudding and beautiful presentation...Are u in U.K ??

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  26. wow... eggless bread pudding looks really delicious... fabulous clicks!!

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