Bread and Butter pudding




50 min


Bread and Butter pudding

How about having a dessert for breakfast? Bread and Butter pudding makes for a comforting breakfast, brunch or a perfect end to a cosy family meal. A slightly different take on the British classic pudding, this recipe dresses up good old jam-butter sandwiches with a flavourful custard. Simple and scrumptious, this is one of the best ways to use up stale bread.

Fresh cow milk from Sarda Farms that is used in this recipe, is delivered to you within hours of milking. The milk is preservative free ensuring that its flavour and natural goodness remains intact.


  • 2 ½ cups ‏Sarda Farms milk
  • ½ cup ‏Sarda Farms cream
  • 3 ‏eggs
  • ‏Pinch of nutmeg powder
  • ‏5-6 day old whole wheat bread slices
  • 2-3 tablespoon ‏Sarda Farms butter
  • 4-5 tablespoons ‏mix fruit jam (or any other jam)
  • 3 tablespoons ‏sugar
  • 1 teaspoon ‏natural vanilla extract
  • ‏Small handful of raisins (kishmish/manuka)


  1. Preheat the oven to 180 deg C.
  2. Grease a 7×7 inch baking dish with little butter.
  3. Butter the bread slices and spread jam on half of them.
  4. Cover each jam slice with a plain slice to make a sandwich.
  5. Cut each jam sandwich diagonally into triangles.
  6. Arrange the sandwich triangles in the baking dish cut side down, at an angle. (This ensures a crusty pudding top. If you do not want a crusty top, place the sandwiches horizontally, along the base of the baking dish so that they soak fully in the custard.)
  7. Spread the raisins over the bread sandwiches.
  8. Whisk together milk, cream, sugar, eggs, nutmeg powder and vanilla extract.
  9. Pour this mixture over the bread sandwiches.
  10. Press the sandwiches slightly with your hand so that they immerse in the liquid.
  11. Place the baking dish on a baking tray (to avoid any spillage in the oven) and place it in the oven.
  12. Bake for about 30-35 minutes till the custard is set and the top is crunchy and golden (Timing may change depending on the oven efficiency)



Stale bread works best for this recipe. If the bread slices are soft the pudding will become claggy




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