Pudding and Custard
Puddngs and custards are so creamy, sweet, and delicious, it's a wonder they are not made even more in American households. These fantastic recipes should be explored so you can find a few pudding or custard dishes that drive your taste buds wild.See Popular Pudding and Custard Recipes
This creamy vanilla pudding requires just five ingredients to prepare. Garnish this dessert with raspberries to add a colorful, fruity touch.
Although Miamians are assumed to be too bathing-suit conscious to indulge in dessert, this decadent milk-chocolate cremoso (a silky pudding-like dish) drizzled with olive oil is one of chef Michael Schwartz's best-sellers. "Some people are like, 'Whoa...olive oil and chocolate?'" Schwartz says. "But the olive oil reinforces the richness of the cremoso. As if you need any more richness."
Try this bread pudding recipe from Betty Crocker.
Susan Meier of Omaha was a finalist in our 2011 recipe contest with this tangy pie.
Serve this rich, maple-flavored pudding for your next gathering and wait for the rave reviews--it's scrumptious!
The great taste of a tropical drink is displayed in a to-die-for dessert.
Served warm from the oven, this comforting bread pudding is flavored with cinnamon and currants...it's the perfect cool weather dessert.
Low-fat evaporated milk gives sauces and desserts creaminess without using cream. "I put it in pasta sauces, panna cotta, quiche, tea -- you can't tell the difference," Pam Anderson says.
A flaky, golden Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry Crust is filled with creamy vanilla pudding and topped with assorted fresh fruit.
Here's a refreshing and versatile dessert that works for any occasion. It's not only easy to make, but it allows you to highlight whatever fruit is in season.
Stuff these puffs with whipped cream or lemon curd for an easy dessert recipe, or tuck chicken salad inside for a simple sandwich.
The rich chocolate and cream favorite is baked in a casserole dish, then a cooled sugar syrup makes a topper for this dessert.