The season of indulgence is upon us, so it helps to have a good pudding recipe — or two — in your back pocket. After all, who doesn’t like to finish off a holiday meal with a generous helping of pudding? So whether you’re cooking just for the family or for a large crowd, you’ll find plenty of pudding-making inspiration right here.
Dried, white corn kernels unite with condensed milk, whole milk, nutmeg, cinnamon and vanilla to create this masterpiece. It may resemble rice pudding, but it’s still delicious in its own right.
Ahhh, there’s nothing like a classic. Full of dates, vanilla and molasses, its rich flavour and aroma pair perfectly with a generous drizzle of buttery caramel sauce.
These bite-sized, creamy cubes pack a punch of flavour. The ingredients — which include coconut milk, gelatin, sugar and eggs — are simple, and work together in perfect harmony to make a refreshing, memorable treat.
You can practically taste the holiday season with this rice pudding thanks to the cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, anise and caraway in it. Garnish this festive dessert with nuts and coconut before serving.
Subtle notes of orange and cinnamon infuse this arroz con leche that’s been sweetened with brown sugar before eggs are added to thicken the pudding. It’s best enjoyed lukewarm.
Cocoa and chunks of semi-sweet chocolate take this warm, single-serving pudding to the next level. Make sure you have a pint of vanilla ice cream ready to serve it with.
We may have the Aztecs to thank for pairing chocolate and chili together, but this recipe gets its heat from the French Espelette pepper, which infuses the creamy chocolate with its subtle heat.
Bring a little drama to the dinner table with this stunning pudding, topped with a cloud of whipped cream and studded with sesame seeds. Definitely picture-worthy.
No heat required here — just a little patience so the chia seeds can soak in the flavours of coconut milk, vanilla, honey and cinnamon. That way, they all become soft and delectable.
Basmati rice and cardamom are a match made in sugary heaven. Served with clove and anise-stewed plums, this pudding will be welcomed warmly on any cold winter day.
We’ll be happy to dive into this at any time of the day. It’s an easy one for kids to help with, but you’ll need to keep them busy for four hours while it sets in the fridge.
This Indian-inspired pudding comes together in just under 10 minutes, which is ideal for anyone in need of a quick sugar fix. Finish it off with a sprinkle of toasted almonds.
Bread and butter pudding will bring out your childhood nostalgia. But make the dish a little more appropriate for adults by adding some Irish whisky into the rich pudding cream mix and salted caramel sauce.
The true flavours of fall are baked into this pudding with apple, cinnamon and maple syrup. Dust on some powdered sugar before serving it to your guests.