No Bake Bread Custard Pudding Recipe – Bread Pudding
No Bake Bread Custard Pudding is an easy-to-make and a delicious dessert recipe prepared with bread, milk, sugar, custard powder and fresh cream garnished with dry fruits and chocolate syrup. Loved by people of all ages especially children.
Bread Custard Pudding is a very simple recipe that can be ready in less than an hour. Great choice for Ramadan iftar desserts, parties or gatherings. Bread Pudding is a perfect dessert recipe that will suffice your carving for sweet after a delicious iftar.
Currently, Ramadan falls during summer and we tend to leave the kitchen as soon as possible. Thus, desserts like this will be a great choice for you. The combination of colors with yellow pudding, yummy Chocolate sauce, and dry fruits is a real treat to eyes.
Ingredients of Bread Custard Pudding
Sliced Bread - 12 to 15 Slices
Milk - 1 L
Sugar - 2.5 Cups
Custard Powder - 4 Tablespoon
Almonds - 4 to 5 Pcs (Crushed For Garnishing)
Cashew Nuts - 4 to 5 Pcs (Crushed For Garnishing)
Chocolate Syrup - 1.5 Tablespoon Approx
Fresh Cream - 2 Tablespoon
Steps for Bread Custard Pudding
Boil milk in a vessel, Add 1.5 cup of sugar to it. Stir continuously so that the sugar melts properly. Take a small bowl and mix the custard powder with water. Add it to the sugared milk. Let the milk simmer on low flame for about 7-9 minutes so that it thickens. Keep it aside.
Cut the borders of the bread. I like it soft. This is optional. Take another bowl and mix 1 cup of milk with fresh cream and 1 cup sugar. Mix it well.
Dip the slices into this mixture creamy sugared milk and set the slices into a dish. The dish must be deep. Now pour the custard milk prepared in the first step over the bread. Put some chocolate sauce over it and sprinkle grated cashew nuts and almonds over it. Make 2 to 3 such layers repeating this step.
Refrigerate the dish for about an hour. Your delicious no-bake Bread Custard Pudding is ready. While serving garnish it with grated chocolate to add some extra taste.
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