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.
This creamy vanilla pudding requires just five ingredients to prepare. Garnish this dessert with raspberries to add a colorful, fruity touch.
Learning how to make bread pudding gives you a rich, delicious, old-fashioned dessert, and also turns stale bread into something satisfying!
Susan Meier of Omaha was a finalist in our 2011 recipe contest with this tangy pie.
Dried cherries and cherry juice give this classic recipe a new spin. Prepared in the slow cooker, this creamy dessert will be ready and waiting when you get home.
Stuff these puffs with whipped cream or lemon curd for an easy dessert recipe, or tuck chicken salad inside for a simple sandwich.
Here's our version of flan, a Latin dessert. Citrus peel and cinnamon are steeped with the milk to add a unique flavor.
Heres our version of a Latin dessert specialty known as flan. We steeped citrus peel and cinnamon with the milk to add flavor. The caramelized sugar you put on the bottom turns into a caramelly sauce when turned out. Serve with raspberry or chocolate sauce, or all by itself. This soothing, sweet custard pudding looks complicated, but goes together with surprising ease.
Not a raisin fan? Whole wheat bread, cinnamon swirl bread or even croissants (talk about decadence!) would taste delicious in this dessert, too.
This European dessert is sweet and sophisticated, perfect to end an autumn dinner party. The homemade maple pudding is sure to impress, especially when paired with praline, candy made from nuts.