October 1st marks the beginning of National Pudding Season!
Although you may be thinking about that tempting, traditional pudding that’s creamy, and maybe even chocolatey, those aren’t the only puddings around.
On the savory side of things, Yorkshire pudding is not a dessert, yet is one of my favorite foods on this planet considered to be pudding. Of course, they must be made with roast beef drippings and slathered in brown mushroom gravy.
Bread puddings are delicious desserts made with bread, eggs, sugar and a variety of amazing flavorings that make them all their own.
Check out this unbelievably delicious and totally satisfying Smores Bread Pudding:
Then, there are puddings that are traditional British fare like Figgy Pudding, and that’s like a cake that’s soaked and enjoyed around the Holidays.
Tapioca pudding, sometimes referred to as “fish eye pudding” because of the round pearls of tapioca in the pudding. These traditional puddings can be kicked up with other ingredients to make them more special. Check out this Rosewater Tapioca Pudding recipe!
Different essences or extracts can be added to puddings to give them that “je ne sais quoi,” as well as alcohol. Be sure to check out this Banana Rum Pudding recipe too.
So, when thinking of puddings, don’t discriminate…there are so many interesting varieties that you’ll never get bored.
Celebrate throughout National Pudding Season!
I hope you enjoy these Sweets on Cooking with Kimberly. Until next time…
Be a Champion in Your Kitchen & Eat Deliciously!
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- National Yorkshire Pudding Day: A Coveted Side Dish Recipe