Butterscotch and Hazelnut Pudding
Basic Pudding Mixture
58g Brown sugar
1/2 tsp Vanilla extract
25g Ground hazelnut
113g All purpose flour/Plain flour
1 tsp Baking powder
80g Brown sugar
125ml Single/pouring cream
- Preheat oven to 170C. To make the butterscotch sauce, place the butter, sugar and cream in a saucepan over low heat and stir until sugar is dissolved. Increase heat to high and bring to boil, stirring occasionally about 3 minutes until thickened. Pour into 4-5 ramekins and refrigerate (I placed the ramekins in the freezer).
- To make hazelnut pudding mixture, place butter, sugar, egg, vanilla, flour, ground hazelnut, baking powder and milk in the mixing bowl and beat till well in combined at medium speed. Divide the mixture between the ramekins.
- Place the pudding in water bath. Cover the tray with 2 sheets of aluminium foil and bake for 45 minutes or until puddings are springy to the touch.
- Dust with icing sugar on the pudding or turn out the pudding on to a serving plate. Best eaten warm.
Kitchen note: If using baking dish, please adjust baking time to 1hr 5 min – 1hr 10 mins.
This is a pudding I will make for my son who is crazy about butterscotch desserts and who will be so surprised as I never make anything with these flavors. Looks great!
My kids would love to stick a spoon in this.
Looks amazing. Butterscotch is my favourite!
Torviewtoronto ~ Thanks!
Jay ~ no problem, when are you coming ;DD
Jo ~ Hope you will try this, as this recipe is a very small portion.
Mei Teng ~ hahaa..this is what I want to do.
Joy ~ Thank you!
That looks delish.
Yummylicious! 🙂 Add a dollop of vanilla ice cream to it too.
I would so love to try this butterscotch pudding. It looks so, so good!
can i come to your home dear..you re so creative..my mouth is absolutely watering..:PP
delicious looking dessert looks wonderful
CheezyHeart ~ I used PH Milac cream.
May i ask what is the cream u using? thks
love is a delight, is very beautiful, big hugs good week for you.
This looks thoroughly tempting!
I have never this sauce…my favourite…I will give it a go sometime…will be brilliant over ice cream too..love the pics….brilliant space…will be back again…
Thank you everyone for taking your time to read this post 🙂
hahaa Christine, thank you! I want to see your creation on this recipe, am sure you can do a better job than me.
Thanks Joyce, Lena and Zoe for sharing this special recipe. I love it 🙂
Hi Simone, so glad you're here. This is also my first time making butterscotch and it is really delicious.
Coraine, maybe we can exchange. I love your bakes 🙂
Elin, then you must make this, the pudding cake is not sweet at all.So perfect with the butterscotch sauce.
I've never tried making my own butterscotch sauce either. But you are such a baking pro that of course it was going to turn out perfect. Love the second shot:)
Your pudding cake looks absolutely luscious, I can only imagine the flavors;-)
yummy pudding. will have to give this a go
Oh gosh, I'm drooling just by looking at that hoot of your Ann! Let me have an imaginary BIG bite….ahhum! Heehee!
Yum! What a delicious pudding recipe. Butterscotch and hazelnut! I've never heard of this combination but it looks so yummy…I can lick all the butterscotch sauce…
Looks super moist and yummy…!!
Wow Anncoo, this is really delicious looking! Pudding with butterscotch sauce, what could be better! I'll be dreaming of this if I don't make this pronto! Thanks for this sweet and delightful dessert idea! Cheers!!!
At first look, I thought you poured the butterscotch sauce on top of the pudding after baking! I must try this soon, I have a back of hazel nuts waiting to be used:D
These puddings look yummm! nice pictures! gloria
Thank you for your visit.
I love your photos … Fabulous!
oooh – sweet and sticky. Ultimately fabulous combination !
Beautiful ramekins with mouthwatering Butterscotch and Hazelnut Pudding! I'm gonna bookmarked this for my future baking mission! 😀
This dessert looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!
the pudding sounds like a great afternoon treat. And the sauce, mmm, I'd eat it with the spoon :))
Thanks for sharing Ann
Loved the pics they are gorgeous..pass me some pls 🙂
Did you also hear my WOW, Ann? Look at the butterscotch sauce on top of the pudding, the flowing motion is amazing. I want to try this pudding too. 🙂
Both the sauce and the pudding look so rich and delicious! Nice shots! Thanks for the recipe.
Wow, very yummy! The sauce looks thick and tempting, wish I can have one bite!
Hi! You did a great job with the pudding! It looks wonderful. The butterscotch was a little too sweet for my liking, but my kids love it! Glad that you've enjoyed it too!
That looks delicious! I've never made butterscotch sauce before but I'm seeing it popping up on tv and now on your blog so I've got to give this a go. it looks great!
this is a very special pudding!! You are making me hungry again~ just had my dinner…now i'm thinking something is missing…..It's dessert!! =)
what a salivating sauce on the pudding! That remekins are quite cheap. lol! The shape is very cute.
Hope you're enjoying your week ahead.
Anncoo…great picture of the pudding…good enough to make me drool all the keyboard 🙂 Good one. Have KIV this for dessert 🙂 Thanks for sharing the recipe.
the sauce looks really rich and delicious 🙂
Thank you everyone for your lovely comments 🙂
Thank you Cheah too!
Mary ~ you must try to make this, very easy 🙂
Yummylittlecooks ~ hahaa..can't wait to see your post.
Lena ~ Thank you 🙂 I didn't cook the sauce to very thick or 5-7 mins. I think the longer you cook, the sauce will get lesser. I just boiled it to about 3 mins, after that I placed it in the freezer to set while I prepare the batter.
No wonder you were so excited. What a lovely sight! Nice clicks!
Wow… this is something new to me