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GF Bread and Butter Pudding

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Do you need a simple, no-fuss GF bread and butter pudding?  Here you go …. hurry, it can be ready in a jiffy

GF Bread and Butter Pudding

GF Bread and Butter Pudding

an image of in a white ceramic dish with triangle sliced GF bread as well as one topped with fruit mix and a final one baked and served

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Try this delicious gluten-free bread and butter pudding today! This is our classic recipe and it is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth while providing a safe and delicious gluten-free option.

Enjoy the fruity flavor of this bread and butter pudding without any worry about gluten.

  • Author: EsmeSalon
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Resting Time: 45 minutes
  • Cook Time: 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Yield: 10 servings 1x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Easy
  • Cuisine: England
  • Diet: Gluten Free


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  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup berry sugar
  • 4 tablespoons butter or margarine (whatever you prefer) at room temperature
  • 8 slices crust-on gluten-free whole grain bread
  • 3/4 cup five fruit medley mix
  • 2 cups unsweetened almond milk
  • 2 X-large eggs


  1. Mix cinnamon and sugar and set aside.
  2. Spread bread with butter, only on one side, and cut diagonally in half.
  3. Arrange butter-side-up triangles in the dish, slightly overlapping, forming a spiral.
  4. Sprinkle bread with sugar, cinnamon, and raisins while you spiral-pack the bread.
  5. Whisk milk and eggs till well blended and pour over bread and raisins.
  6. Place your dish on top of the heating oven (preheat oven to 350F) for ±15 minutes for the bread to absorb the milk and egg mixture.
  7. I left it for 20-30 minutes, as I only stock frozen bread slices, thus it required extra time to fully absorb the liquid.
  8. Bake for ±20-30 minutes or till you have a beautiful golden brown crown and the egg/milk mixture is fully set.
  9. Serve this moreish pudding, while still warm, either as is or drizzled liberally with some thin cream.
  10. If you prefer you can also serve it with whipped cream or even ice cream.

Bakers Notes:
Have fun with the toppings, and enjoy this golden oldie Bread and Putter pudding which I have adapted tonight to be Gluten-Free, I also slightly altered some other ingredients to my preference.
If you prefer, you can use regular white bread, normal sugar, plain raisins, and regular milk. I also used an additional ¼ cup of fruit medley mix.
The standard recipe called for 5 slices of bread, but I used 8 slices as GF bread slices are smaller.
I also tested it with the medley fruit mix, as I ♥ the mixture and prefer it over plain raisins.


Prepared, tried, and tested by Esme (blogger and owner) of The Recipe Hunter: Tried  and Tested Recipes from Home Chefs and SA Tasty Recipes – Saffas  Daily Recipes


  • Serving Size: 1 bowl
  • Calories: 191
  • Sugar: 5.8 g
  • Sodium: 352.8 mg
  • Fat: 4.7 g
  • Carbohydrates: 33.3 g
  • Fiber: 4.6 g
  • Protein: 6.4 g
  • Cholesterol: 37.2 mg

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GF Bread and Butter Pudding
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30 thoughts on “GF Bread and Butter Pudding”

  1. This recipe brings back many delightful childhood memories. Like everyone else I am very grateful that you tweaked it and made it gluten free. Thanks for taking the time to post it at the Salon.

    • Mwah Bernadette. Thank you so much for your kind words. This just makes my day so much brighter and wonderful. I love the Salon and will continue to share and it is also a wonderful way to connect with other bloggers. Thank you for having this platform

  2. I haven’t had bread pudding since going GF. It’s one of the few desserts I’ve actually missed – so this no-fuss version will definitely be made this winter – despite the fact that it will no longer be a cheapie dessert since GF bread seems to be getting pricier all the time. (adding whipping cream and a loaf of – hopefully on sale – GF bread to my grocery list NOW!) Thanks for sharing.
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  3. My mummy is from Karachi, Pakistan and she had lived with Christians and there was trend of sharing cakes and toffees amongst the neighbours so she love to eat Christmas cakes and sweets and chocolates.So can u plz share the recipe of this special Christmas cake.

  4. Ooooh …. one of my favourite EVER puddings my grandmother used to make a wicked one and I flatter myself that I can turn out a triumph in her memory but these days, though I am not GF nor DF I do have daughters who span both and I limit my intake where I can. This recipe is definitely going in the repertoire! Scrumptious

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