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BREAD PUDDING Hello everybody..its been a long long time since I last posted anything..guess I was caught up in the waves of time..

Recently I received a very surprising kind of mail from one of my readers..I am not disclosing her name here..well coming to the said “Hi are you?Its been a long time since I have seen any of your posts..Hope alls well at your side..Yours is one of the few blogs I go through..I used to go through another travel blog with great interest,since I am quite a travel freak..but recently I noticed that for the past few months,the author hasnt been posting anything lately..on googling further,I came to the shocking fact that the author had met with a car crash and he was no more..Hope you are doing good..I wonder why you are MIA..waiting fr your new posts..Love,X”…

This is how it was…!I was happy to see the mail,but also it was a bit of shock..To all those who wonder where I am gone…I am here..ha ha..very much ALIVE in my corner of this world..the sad thing is I dont get much time these days to post anything..with my youngest one out of the three kids I have,starting school.Yes I have been a lot lately,I hope to post all these some day ha ha..

Coming to todays post,its a simple but extremely delicious and easy to put together Bread Pudding…with minimal ingredients.I served it warm with Vanilla Icecream and a drizzle of honey on the top..I like combos of hot and chilled desserts..You can choose your own combo or serve it alone..its equally good!


  1. Bread -6 to 8 slices
  2. Milk – 300 ml+50 ml
  3. Sugar- ¾ cup or to taste
  4. Vanilla essesnce-1 tsp
  5. Custard Powder-3 tblspn
  6. Unsalted Butter-2 tblspn


  • Preheat the oven to 380°F / 190°C.
  •  Cut your bread into chunks and set aside.
  • Take 300 ml milk in a sauce pan and add  butter to  it. Heat the milk so that the butter melts(Stir well).Turn off the flame and cool a bit till warm.
  • Now in another bowl, take 50 ml milk and add custard powder and mix well so that no lumps are formed.
  • Now add vanilla, sugar in it and whip it well. Pour the warm milk into this and mix well.
  • Take a baking pan and butter it slightly. Lay the bread pieces in the pan,arranging nicely without gaps and pour the custard over the bread.
  • Press the bread with the back of a spoon so that the bread absorbs all milk-custard mixture(Do not mash).Leave it out for 5 mins.
  • Now put it in the preheated oven for 45-50 mins or until golden and crispy on top.
  • Remove this and let it stand for 5 mins. Serve warm with icecream and Enjoy!



    rathodpurvi said:
    June 2, 2016 at 4:21 pm

    Hey definitely making this on weekends 😊

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