Simple Bakery Pudding with golden caramel

bakery pudding topped with golden caramel for those carefree days spent eating it as a kid. For the most decadent dessert desires, nothing beats this traditional treat with its silky smooth texture, rich taste, and fancy caramel topping. This post will take you on a lovely journey into the realm of golden caramel-infused bakery pudding and show you how to make your very own delicious dessert that will quickly become a family favorite.

Background and Motive

Bakery pudding has been around for a long time, and different versions of this wholesome delicacy have appeared in many different civilizations. The idea of blending bread or pastry with creamy custard has long been admired for its adaptability and simplicity, and it has been used in a variety of dishes from custards in France to bread puddings in England.

The urge to give this traditional dish a little more pzazz and make it more eye-catching is what inspired the idea of adding golden caramel to bread pudding. A sprinkle of caramel’s rich, buttery richness and golden hue elevates the simple pudding to the level of an elegant dessert befitting any celebration.

A Quick and Easy Recipe for Golden Caramel Pudding

To make this mouth-watering bread pudding with golden caramel on your own, let’s get in the kitchen and find out:


1 cup of sugar, granulated

half a cup of water

half a cup of heavy cream

2-Tbsps unsalted butter 

Salt shaker


Get the Bread Ready: Ready your oven for baking at 350°F (175°C). Toast the bread cubes in the oven for 10 to 15 minutes, or until they turn golden and crunchy, spreading them out in a single layer on a baking sheet. Once taken out of the oven, allow them cool for a moment.

Get the Pudding Base Made: incorporate the eggs, heavy cream, whole milk, granulated sugar, vanilla essence, cinnamon powder, and salt in a large bowl and whisk to incorporate. Coat the toasted bread cubes equally by adding them to the liquid and stirring to coat. After around fifteen to twenty minutes, the bread should have absorbed all of the liquid from the custard mixture.

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