Friday, 22 November 2013

Marmalade Bread And Butter Pudding

When I posted my 4 Ingredient, 5 Minute Ice Cream recipe post the other day, I actually wanted to show you my Bread and Butter Pudding, but it hadn't gone entirely to plan....

I watched the video, got my ingredients, and had 2 willing assistants....


We cut the Brioche into lovely triangles and arranged it nicely in the pan...


 We made the custard - the boys stirred the cold ingredients, I took over when it was hot...


Cooked it, shared it out, added some ice cream and started to eat it....


And then my partner said "You can't taste the marmalade"....."Ah, yeah".

This is a post for Duerr's - the Manchester based, 132 year old, family-owned  preserves makers....It kind of needs to feature the marmalade....


So yesterday, I did it all over again, and there were no complaints. In fact it's a lovely pudding and it doesn't take long to make, and it was unanimously agreed that with the marmalade was definitely better....




I was sent a jar of delicious Duerr's Marmalade in order to try out this recipe...and second time around I actually used it!


10 comments:

  1. Love Bread and Butter pudding, never thought to use marmalade with it - will have to test that idea out

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    1. It works - the slight tartness and the milky custard go really well :)

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  2. Hehe the first lot looks very nice and the second lot looks even better. I love bread and butter pudding but I'm always really rubbish at making it for some reason!

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    1. :D This is foolproof - lets face it, I made it twice and it came out okay both times!

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  3. If I liked bread and butter pudding I'm sure I would think it looked delicious! My OH would love it though!

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    1. :D I never used to like it, I still don't if there's loads of gooey bread, but this was great!

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  4. Love Bread and Butter pudding... it's right Northern :P x

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    1. Hahaha....for after your chips and gravy :p

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  5. Marmalade, what a great idea for bread and butter pudding - not heard of it before! Will be trying that next time

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