Eggless Bread And Butter Pudding

Eggless Bread And Butter Pudding

In this eggless bread and butter pudding recipe custard is a base and eggless custard is possible, don’t think so custard is only made by egg white. If you are vegetarian and thinking how to make pudding without custard, as it not a pudding then; don’t worry eggless custard is possible. (Things without egg also yummy and tasty, we vegetarian people also can enjoy tasty baking without egg.)

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Eggless Bread And Butter Pudding

Recipe by VipashaCourse: Dessert, SnacksCuisine: Other world cuisine


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This Eggless Bread And Butter Pudding is made up of eggless custard; great for vegetarian persons. Can have as a small home party or in evening tea time; kids will love it.



  • Little melt the butter or use room temperature butter.
  • Grace your baking tray with butter and also spread butter over each bread slice.
  • Cut the bread slices into cubes, squares or rectangles shape – as desired.
  • Preheat the oven at 160° C for 5-10 minutes.
  • Start layering bread slices by buttered side up. First layer the bread slices and spread some raisins (किशमिश) over it. Repeat it once more.
  • Take a saucepan; put milk, sugar and cornflour on it and stir it. Place this pan over the medium heat and cook until mixture become thicker, but not too much. Keep stirring while this mixture over gas.
  • Turn off the gas and add Vanilla essence, Cinnamon powder and Nutmeg powder. Mix well.
  • Pour this mixture over layered bread baking tray.
  • Sprinkle some butter and brown sugar over it.
  • Bake for 35-40 minutes at 160° C. Check with knife inserting in the middle of the pudding and it get back clean, it means it’s cooked. If need cook more.
  • Now let it cook for 8-10 minutes on room temperature. Slice and serve.
Image courtesy of DuncanHarris via Wikimedia Commons

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