Rich and delicious pudding recipes such as butterscotch, tapioca, and new twists like Baked Rum Raisin Rice Pudding.
The longer you cook the brown sugar and butter, the deeper the butterscotch flavour. Leave the pudding uncovered if you like a skin on top.
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A sprinkle of coconut on top of this creamy tapioca adds a texture contrast. Stir continually as the tapioca cooks to prevent the custard from scorching.
Baked rice pudding tends to be firmer than the stove-top variety, and here its custard top adds luxurious richness.
Chocolate and bananas liven up a classic bread pudding. Day-old bread is best for a not-too-spongy texture.
As it bakes, this homey classic separates into a layer of light cake on top of a delicious lemon curd.
Sticky date pudding gets a makeover using pumpkin purée. Be sure to use pure pumpkin purée instead of pumpkin pie filling.
The custard puffs up around the pears as this cosy dessert bakes. A hint of maple syrup makes it special.
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