Butterscotch Pudding (Tuesdays with Dorie)

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Butterscotch Pudding
Real Butterscotch Pudding
(Sorta)

For this week's Tuesdays with Dorie selection, Donna of Spatulas, Corkscrews & Suitcases chose Real Butterscotch Pudding on page 386 of Dorie's book, Baking: From My Home to Yours.

I made 1/2 the recipe, omitted the scotch, and doubled the vanilla.

I made it by hand with lots of whisking, and it was pretty easy. Dorie suggests using a food processor but a few people had difficulties with this technique in our last pudding adventure. I double sifted the cornstarch and salt before adding it to the egg mixture to make sure it was smooth.

Butterscotch Pudding
Topped with a scoop of whipped cream, this is a nice dessert! You can really taste the lightly caramelized light brown sugar mixture.

And the best news this week? Santa came to visit my librarian friend, Shannon and her husband Mike! Introducing Katherine Louise! She arrived December 21 and weighed almost 9 pounds!

Happy Hanukkah! Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! May you have a wonderful time with your friends and family this holiday season.

And check out the other Tuesdays with Dorie bakers to see their butterscotch creations!
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37 comments:

Cristine said... [Reply to comment]

Your pudding looks awesome! And what a beautiful baby girl!

Tracey said... [Reply to comment]

Gorgeous pictures. Glad you enjoyed it!

Janssen said... [Reply to comment]

What CUTE dishes!

Di said... [Reply to comment]

I love your dishes! And the pudding looks delicious. I just used a whisk for mine this time, too. Much easier than the food processor. And what a great baby picture--I love that she's swaddled in the red blanket. =)

spike. said... [Reply to comment]

beautiful pudding and a beautiful little one!

rainbowbrown said... [Reply to comment]

Glad you liked it. Have a happy holidays!

Jess said... [Reply to comment]

Beautiful little ramekins - I never thought butterscotch pudding would make an elegant dessert, but I'm seeing so many beautiful presentations today. Glad you liked it even without the Scotch.

Snooky doodle said... [Reply to comment]

this pudding looks awesome. i like how you decorated it :)

mimi said... [Reply to comment]

love that winged little bowl, so pretty! it shows off the roundness of the whipped cream so well!

Jules Someone said... [Reply to comment]

Your pudding looks lovely. You really should try it with the scotch. It's tasty.

Jaime said... [Reply to comment]

your pudding turned out so lovely! happy holidays!

SUGAR B said... [Reply to comment]

Your pudding looks fantastic! Wow! Thanks for sharing . . I wish I had your luck when I made these. Happy Holidays!

Y said... [Reply to comment]

Cute baby!

I like the way you decorated your puddings. And who doesn't like butterscotch as a flavour!

pinkstripes said... [Reply to comment]

What a cute baby! Congratulations to your friends.

(your pudding looks great too!)

Bridget said... [Reply to comment]

Oh, I really like that dish in the front of the top picture. So elegant.

Jamie said... [Reply to comment]

Your pudding looks great! Did it actually taste good? I was worried about the flavors and all the butter. It just sounded like an odd combo to me.

Gabe's Girl said... [Reply to comment]

How wonderful, both the baby, and your "sweet" skills! Happy Holidays!

J.Danger said... [Reply to comment]

Oh my gosh! What a beautiful baby!

Brooke said... [Reply to comment]

Please tell me you've tried Nancy Silverton's Butterscotch Budino...If not, go to Pizzeria Mozza immediately!

PS here's an article I think you'd appreciate.

Anne said... [Reply to comment]

Wow- that looks absolutely stunning! Congrats to your friends too! :)

Madam Chow said... [Reply to comment]

I have been traveling non-stop since the beginning of the month, and just got home this past weekend. I've been catching up on my favorite blogs, and I discover that you have been baking up a veritable storm. Sky-high cakes, apple tarts and tarte tatin, and butterscotch pudding! I'm surprised all us bakers can actually walk (instead of waddling)!

Isa said... [Reply to comment]

Your pudding looks great! Love the ramekin of the first picture.
And that is one cute baby :)
Happy hollidays to you too!

Shari@Whisk: a food blog said... [Reply to comment]

Your pudding looks so elegant! Love that dish. I bet it was great with a bit of extra vanilla!

Carol Peterman said... [Reply to comment]

What a spectacular presentation. The chocolate twigs are a lovely accent.

Steph said... [Reply to comment]

Amazing pictures! If I were to make this, I would've omitted the scotch too.

Liz said... [Reply to comment]

Your serving dishes are adorable! (And that baby's not bad looking, either.) :) Merry Christmas!

n.o.e said... [Reply to comment]

You managed to make the pudding look so elegant! I'm looking forward to making this. Decision include: whether to use scotch or not and what dishes to put it in.

Lovely baby; so nice of you to give the little one a shout out!
Nancy

Megan said... [Reply to comment]

You always have such great pictures. And your food styling, well, do you offer lessons? :)

Happy Holidays!

Mary Ann said... [Reply to comment]

Your pudding looks fabulous. You always have a way of making everything look so delicious and beautiful and what an adorable little baby, all dressed in red. Merry Christmas!

vibi said... [Reply to comment]

WOW! I'm floored! How dainty and precious... I hope you had pretty important people over! LOL
A very merry Christmas to you and your family!

Flourchild said... [Reply to comment]

Cute baby girl! I love your pudding..so nice. Merry Christmas to you and have a safe holiday season.

Peggy said... [Reply to comment]

Happy Hannakuh to you dear friend! Your pudding looks so festive. I'm in awe that anyone has time to cook right now. Enjoy your holidays! See you in the new year.

Judy said... [Reply to comment]

Your pudding looks delicious. I love the garnish and the presentation. Have a great holiday!

Pamela said... [Reply to comment]

That baby is ADORABLE! I love the little red blanket she's swaddled in! The pudding looks great. Thanks for the tip on double sifting. When I make it, I will give it a shot.

April said... [Reply to comment]

Great pictures as always!

TeaLady said... [Reply to comment]

Beautiful!!! And the puddings not bad either....heeheehee

kim said... [Reply to comment]

your pudding looks perfect! and i love those dishes :) congrats to your friend and happy new year!!

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