Puddings and Custards Recipes

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Ada suggests using a double boiler to cook the cornmeal mixture. Serve warm with whipped cream.
Another recipe-contest winner for Charlie. For best results, use a spicy and strong-flavored...
Exquisite color and flavor combination. –The Four-In-Hand, Marlboro, Vermont
A smooth, rich dish dotted with tender morsels of asparagus: Pair it with a green salad and serve...
Far easier than a traditional steamed pudding, this quick dessert is sure to become a family ...
“New England Indian Pudding should be soft. For finest favor use the best dark molasses.”
A more healthful – but delicious – version of the old favorite. Serve it with low-fat whipped...
This rich pudding is good warm or cold.
A luscious frozen dessert that can be prepared a day in advance. The raspberry sauce adds tang as...
This is a pudding my mother taught me how to make. Her daddy, my grandpa used to ask my grandma to...
Best made with fresh berries “preferably wild.” This unbaked pudding is also a treat made out of...
Experiment with various amounts of mint, lemon rind, and ginger to discover the combination that...
So simple, so good. Use fresh or dry frozen berries.
Our readers say it best: “This recipe makes the most unique-tasting and refreshing blueberry ice...
An old-time recipe to use up stale bread.
This is a very delicious and simple dessert. It’s one I devised myself about 40 years ago. We use...
Berry bread puddings may be made from any kind of leftover bread; we like brioche, challah, French...
A good dessert to serve when the main course is a light one.
Absolutely elegant – brandy lends a gourmet touch, raspberries an exquisite color.
There is no more elegant or dramatic finale to a meal than a flaming dessert done right at the...
A fantastic dessert that you’ll want to learn to do well – and serve at formal dinner parties.
There’s just a whisper of Amaretto and a light sprinkling of slivered almonds. –Pittsfield Inn, ...
Although this requires some time to prepare, the finished product compensates for the effort made.
Kathy maintains she could live forever on a desert island on a diet of boiled shrimp and chocolate...
Rich and elegantly extravagant.
Set out on a platter or individually plated, these divine chocolate treats don’t need to wait for...
Is there anyone “with soul so dead” who doesn’t love the mixture of chocolate and raspberryr This...
If using fresh corn, you might want to reduce or omit the sugar altogether; however, canned corn is...
My new daughter-in-law gave me this recipe. I have fixed this on several occassions and everyone...
A nice, old-fashioned dessert that is good served a little warm.
Here’s a real, old-fashioned dish that your family will like just as much as ours does. Try to use...
The old saying, “The sauce makes the pudding,” is true in this case. The cake is on the dry side;...
Chef Jean-Louis Gerin took old-fashioned cranberry sauce, reworked it, and sent it to the end of...
As long as your cranberry sauce is firm and doesn’t have too many spicy ingredients, your favorite...
For shortcake biscuits you can use store bought or Minnie's Shortcake
Easy to make, but always impressive – a wonderful finishing touch.
This is a very good recipe. Give it a try. Yum, it’s so good.
This comes from my dear cousin, Ruth Perkins Wilson (1926-2003). She was living in North Berwick,...
I received this recipe from a friend at work who makes this whenever the urge to eat chocolate come...

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