Saucy Chocolate Bread Pudding

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1 loaf Golden Classic Buttermilk Scone Toast
1 1/2 cups milk
300ml  cream
1/2 cup sugar
200g dark chocolate, chopped
4 egg yolks


Yield: Serves 6.


Cut the crusts from the bread and cut each slice in half diagonally.
Pour the milk, cream and sugar into a small saucepan and bring almost to the boil, stirring to ensure sugar is dissolved.  Add the chocolate and remove from heat, sit for a minute or so and then stir until smooth.  Allow to cool until warm and then gently pour into the egg yolks and whisk to combine.
Line a 30 cm baking dish (approximately 6 cm deep) with scone toast slices, leaving enough to cover the surface. Pour over the chocolate custard filling and cover with remaining bread slices.  Set aside for 30 minutes, gently pressing the bread at times to ensure it absorbs the chocolate.
Preheat the oven to 180 C and bake the pudding for 30 minutes until the pudding forms a crust on top and feels fairly firm to the touch.

Serve warm with cream or ice cream.

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10 thoughts on “Saucy Chocolate Bread Pudding

  1. Likeed the idea of the chocolate saucy pudding but the firs ingredient called for is ‘Golden Classic Buttermilk Scone Toast’ and I cannot find a recipie for that any where. Oh well, I shall swallow my dissappointment and cayy on.

  2. Thank you very much Helen for sending me the recipe. Please continue sending me your future recepies.
    Best regards, Miriam

    • Just going to do mine tonight, wish me luck as am not a good baker lol.
      I bought my bread from the woolworths supermarket.

  3. Sounds delish and would like to make it for the Grandies but can’t find bread – Is there a good substitute bread that can be used instead.

  4. This Chocolate Self Saucing Pudding is stunning in every way. Also bomb proof as I forgot to add melted butter.After being in oven 3-4 minutes, I timidly pulled out tray poured in butter remixed gently, “It came out perfect”!, crispy outside and devilishly moist with sauce underneath.

  5. Brilliant! This is an ideal winer treat – now to find this new bread. Looked at local supermarkets but not on shelves yet! Well done Helen – just the pcik me up I need!

  6. where do you get golden classic buttermilk scone toast bread from, is it local supermarket, on said: