Apple Pudding

Apple Pudding is tasty and vitamins food.

Serves 6-8


Bread slices                     -       8 (see author’s tip)

Butter                               -       5 tbsp

Sugar                               -       4 tbsp or to taste

Raisins                            -       3 tbsp

Chopped walnuts              -       3 tbsp

Milk                                  -       ½ cup

Apples                              -       ½ kg

Honey                              -       4 tbsp

Lime juice                -       2 tbsp

Cinnamon powder            -       ½ tsp


Break the bread slices into tiny pieces. Melt butter, add bread and sugar. Cook stirring till the crumbs turn rich brown in color. Add milk. Mix in the raisins of water in the cooking pan of the cooker and press the switch to “Cooking/Steaming”. Line the base of the steamer with a piece of aluminium foil. Arrange ½ the apple slices in it. Trickle with ½ the honey. Sprinkle ½ lime juice and ½ the cinnamon powder on top. Cover with remaining apples, top with remaining honey, lime juice and the cinnamon powder on top. Place the bread mixture on top of apples. Sprinkle the milk on top. Cover with a plate which just sits on the bread mixture. (The plate must be slightly smaller than the inside diameter of the steamer so that it does not get struck in the steamer). Place the steamer in position and cover with the lid. Steam for 20-25 minutes. Allow to cool. Remove the lid but leave the plate in position. Leave the pudding in the fridge to chill. Just before serving remove the plate and invert the pudding on a serving plate. Carefully remove the foil without disturbing the apple layer. Serve with custard.

Ingredients for custard

Milk                                  –       ½ liter

Vanilla custard powder     –       3 tbsp

Sugar                               -       2 tbsp or to taste


Mix custard powder with ½ cup milk. Heat the remaining milk. When it begins to boil, add the custard powder mixture slowly to the milk. Cook stirring till the custard boils and thickness. Add sugar, mix well and remove from fire. Cool and place in the fridge. Serve cold.

Tips: If using large sandwich bread, use only 5 slices.

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  1. delicious

  2. Okay, where is my fork? As Rachel Ray would say, “Yummo!”

  3. great share

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