Bread pudding with lemon curd and blueberries – Donna Hay #10
You might think that I picked the Donna Hay issue I am cooking from for the pure reason that it has a lot of bread pudding in it… It would have been an excellent reason but sadly it isn’t why I picked it… Well maybe until I tasted the first one… Insanely good! But I am a breadpudding fan so maybe that doesn’t count.
As usual I had made way too much and brought a part over to the neighbours. I received the empty bowl back with the note that the two neighbourly girls didn’t like it, but their mother liked it all the more. Can it be the lemon curd? It is quite soury/sweet ofcourse but that is the exact flavor I love.
The recipe states that it needs to be made with brioche and that is – by itself – already quite sweet. Maybe it is better to make it with regular bread, because the lemoncurd adds more sugar to it. Whatever bread you will use it’s gonna be delicious anyway.
So I can chat about long or short… I just say; go and make it! (and there are more variations to come soon!)
Breadpudding with lemon curd and blue berries
- 560 mr double cream
- 3 eggs
- 75 gr sugar
- 2 tsp vanilla extract
- 510 gr lemoncurd
- 250 gr brioche thinly sliced
- 250 gr blue berries
- 2 tbsp of sugar
- Preheat the oven to 180 C. heat the cream in a medium saucepan until just close to boiling, Set aside.
- Put the eggs, sugar and vanilla in a bowl and whisk to combine. Slowly ad the cream while whisking. Set aside.
- Spoon 1/4 cup of the lemon curd in the bottom of each baking form you're using (well greased or lined with baking paper). Divide the brioche across the ovendishes and pour the cream mixture on top.
- Add the blue berries and sprinkle with the white sugar. leave to stand for about 5-10 minutes. Put the baking dishes on a baking tray and bake for 15-20 minutes in the oven until golden brown and cooked. Leave to rest for 10 minutes before diving in, if you can constrain yourself.
The nutritional values above are calculated per portion. The details are based on standard nutritional tables and do not constitute a professional nutritional advice.
Heavenly! This combination is simply perfect. A great spring/summer dessert.
Thanks so much Rosa!
This dessert was made in heaven and should be delivered post haste. 🙂 I love blueberries and lemons.
Me too!! 🙂
I love lemon, and lemon and blueberries are such a terrific combo, aren’t they? This looks super. Really like the top picture, BTW. Specifically, great composition, and wonderful angle. Good stuff — thanks.
Thanks so much John!
I love recipes which connect several favourites of mine! In this case you already had me at breadpudding, but the addition of lemon curd and blueberries is what takes this over the top just by reading the instructions! I’ve still got some lemon curd sitting in the fridge, so as soon as I get my hands on some fresh blueberries this dessert is what will be turned into the oven. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks so much Sabrina, I’m in love with bread pudding…:)
Oh my, this bread pudding looks divine! I love the sounds of the lemon and blueberries. Comforting but with a bit tartness. Pinning!
Yes it’s the perfect combo isn’t it?
So fresh and lovely! This is the kind of dessert that seems deceptively light, but is really incredibly decadent, through and though. 😉
Simone – It’s so funny. I was trying to find the recipe for this dish from Donna Hay and your post came up in the search. Beautiful … as always.
Lol. The magic of the internet right! Thanks so much Ivonne!
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One of the best desert recipes and always a hit with family and friends. I have made it with and without the lemon curd and its always delicious. I also use the Aldi Chocolate Brioche loaf (pre-sliced) which makes it even more decadent. It’s precut in thick slice but I just tear each slice into halves or thirds.
O that also sounds amazing Suzanne! I’ve never tried it with a chocolate brioche loaf, but so gonna do that next time!