This is a pudding my mom made often when I was growing up. We all loved it, and when copying some of my mom's recipes it was the first one I grabbed. The pudding is made with homemade graham nuts (using graham flour) or Grape-Nuts cereal is a good substitute. It makes a nice brunch dish in addition to a dessert. —BlueKaleRoad
homemade graham nuts or Grape-Nuts cereal
eggs, lightly beaten
In This Recipe
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Butter a 1 1/2 quart casserole and place in a roasting pan. Have boiling water ready to pour in pan.
In a large mixing bowl, stir together all the ingredients. Pour into the prepared casserole. Pour boiling water in the roasting pan until it reaches about halfway up the casserole.
Bake for 1 1/4 hours. The pudding will be set but still jiggle a bit. Remove it from the roasting pan to cool. It can be eaten warm or put in the refrigerator to chill for the next day. Enjoy!
I am a passionate home cook for my family and friends. I recently started writing a food blog (www.bluekaleroad.com) and love creating new recipes, writing about food and sharing stories. We are part of a CSA and really appreciate all the terrific produce grown in the Seattle area. In a continued effort to eat locally, we started raising backyard chickens (love our little flock!) and are enjoying the beautiful, fresh eggs. The Food52 community is inspiring and I find myself glued to the site checking out delicious recipes!