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Caramel Pudding

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6 cups milk
2 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 cup sugar
3 large eggs
3/4 cup all-purpose flour
2 tbsp butter
1 1/2 cup packed brown sugar

Nutritional information

2405 kcal
344.01 g
64.14 g
85.37 g
843 mg
761 mg

Caramel Pudding

  • Sweet
  • 1 hr
  • Serves 6
  • Easy



A hot favorite during the Christmas season, caramel pudding is packed with the creamy goodness of pudding flavored caramel that melts in your mouth. It’s not every day that you come across such an exotic recipe that enables you to make delicious caramel pudding, everyone’s sweet treat. Caramel lends pudding a unique flavor like no other. You must have tasted caramel flavored candies and chocolate, but caramel pudding is a delectable masterpiece indeed in its own right!

Health Benefits

The caramel pudding is a good source of calcium and is also low in fat content. The pudding will also help strengthen your bones. It is rich in proteins as well.

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How to make Caramel Pudding

  • Add milk in a saucepan and bring it nearly to a boil. In a bowl, beat eggs till they turn creamy.
  • Combine the eggs with flour, sugars, and 1 1/2 cup scald milk. Mix well and slowly pour into the saucepan with the remaining milk.
  • Cook on medium heat and allow it to thicken (takes approx 20 minutes). Stir continuously.
  • Remove from the heat and add butter and vanilla extract. Mix well. Stir the pudding continuously till it is cool.

We recommend serving the caramel pudding with whipped cream. Do not overcook the pudding.


Pudding is made throughout the world in various forms and using a variety of techniques. Pudding is believed to have been invented in the mid-19th century when an egg-free custard powder was created by Alfred Bird, an English chemist. Caramel is basically a confectionary product made by heating sugars and is used as a flavoring agent in desserts, puddings, ice cream toppings, and custards. You’ll frequently come across caramel flavored candies.

Caramel is believed to have been invented in 17th century America when some people cooked sugar and water to make sweet candies. The result was caramel! The word caramel is derived from the word “Caramello” of French and Spanish origin.

The French word “boudin” is believed to have been the source of the word “pudding”. Originally, however, it came from the Latin word “botellus” which means “small sausage”.

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