1. Lemon Sponge Pudding
This pudding has a delicious layer of lemony jelly on the bottom with light and fluffy sponge on top. If you want to serve the pudding jelly side up, butter the custard cups and dust them with sugar so the pudding can be flipped over easily.
2. Microwave Chocolate Pudding
Rich and gooey, this classic fudgy chocolate pudding uses brown sugar in the batter. Buttermilk, unsweetened cocoa powder, and pure vanilla extract combine to add extra flavor to this easy to cook microwave summer treat. Serve warm, topped with chilled vanilla ice cream.
Nana Banana Pudding
This awesome banana pudding is made with fresh bananas, homemade cream filling, and chilled whipped cream. The cream filling for this pudding is quite versatile and can be used for many other desserts. It makes a great filling for cakes too. The secret to this banana pudding is to use the cream filling while it is still hot. Layering while hot makes the flavors more intense. Also, the different layers fuse completely. Layer them in wine glasses or trifle bowls. Serve chilled.
4. Milk Chocolate Banana Pudding
This is a chocolate lover’s dream! Make this fantastic milk chocolate banana pudding using real vanilla bean and dark chocolate. Try adding thinly sliced banana bits into the pastry cream while it is still hot. Don’t forget to add the chocolate shavings! You can also serve these layered in a trifle bowl and add toasted sliced almonds.
5. White Chocolate Pudding
Making this pretty white chocolate pudding is actually quite easy. It is a really creamy dessert made using gelatin and heavy cream. To get the pudding to form its correct shape, place the pudding container in hot water for a few seconds before turning it out. Serve decorated with any fruit of your choice and fresh whipped cream (of course!).
6. Traditional Christmas Pudding
You can buy the vintage three pences and six pences online. They’re tucked inside this very traditional Christmas pudding. This British dessert can be made months ahead of the holiday and stored in the fridge.
7. Bread Pudding with Vanilla Custard Sauce
Though it’s not the prettiest of desserts, bread pudding is definitely a comfort food with its rustic look and warm cinnamon taste. This delicious, moist, and fluffy pudding is topped with a vanilla bean-speckled custard sauce.
8. No-Bake Oreo Layer Dessert
This is sure to be an enormous hit with your whole family! It’s an amazing recipe with Oreo crumb crust and toppings of chocolate and cream cheese. This no-bake layered dessert is quick and easy to make.
9. Heavenly Banana Pudding Parfaits
Here’s an old-fashioned Southern dessert made with layers of wafers, sliced bananas, and vanilla pudding. You can top this off with baked meringue or sweetened whipped cream.
10. Yorkshire Pudding Profiteroles
A truly creative recipe, this Yorkshire pudding style profiteroles focuses on chocolate and cream to create a sweet mouth-watering dessert.
11. Choco-Chip Creamy Pudding
With eggs, butter, and milk, this classic creamy vanilla pudding is a sure-fire crowd-pleaser. You can also top this pudding with meringue.
12. Pudding Muffins
This one is for those who enjoy dessert for breakfast! Baked in muffin cups, this bread pudding is filled with tons of custard-soaked, cinnamon flavored cubes of artisan bread.
13. White Pudding with Raspberry Sauce
Here’s a kid-friendly dessert! Delicate and delicious, this dairy-free, gelatin-free version of the vanilla pudding is served with a tasty raspberry sauce.
14. Chocolate Rice Pudding
Deliciously creamy and decadent, this chocolate rice pudding is dairy, egg, and gluten-free. Serve it just a bit warm for the perfect consistency.
15. The Perfect Caramel Pudding
Make this perfect caramel pudding right at home. Serve it with extra caramel poured on the side of the plate for decoration.
16. Blueberry Pudding With Creme Anglaise
Yes, it’s another bread pudding recipe, but this one is definitely a must on any list of the most amazing puddings. This extra special dessert uses creme anglaise as the sauce for fresh blueberries.