Supplier recipe: Banana Bread Pudding with Caramelised Banana and Kerrymaid Custard

25 February 2013
Supplier recipe: Banana Bread Pudding with Caramelised Banana and Kerrymaid Custard

Serves 8

Prep time 15 mins, plus 15 mins soaking time
Cooking time 1 hour 30 mins
Pre heat oven to 180°c


  1. Blitz the bread to a rough crumb, add the dried fruit and spices.
  2. Mash the bananas, add to bread mix, stir in milk and Kerrymaid Single.
  3. Mix in eggs and sugar. Leave to stand for 15 minutes.
  4. Grease a 20cm non stick baking tray or square cake tin with Kerrymaid Original.
  5. Once bread mix has started to swell, add remaining melted Kerrymaid Original, mix thoroughly and transfer into greased tin.
  6. Place in preheated oven and cook for an hour. Sprinkle over 2-3 tbsp of brown sugar for the remaining 30 minutes.
  7. Remove from the oven and leave to cool slightly while making your caramelised bananas.

Caramelised Bananas

  1. Heat the sugar and water together to form a caramel. Once the caramel starts to bubble and turn golden, add the sliced bananas and shake the pan to coat well.
  2. Cook for 1-2 minutes and serve with a slice of your banana bread pudding and lashings of hot Kerrymaid Custard.


500g white bread
350g dried fruits
6 very ripe bananas
3 tsp mixed spice
300mls milk
300ml Kerrymaid Single
2 large eggs, beaten
140g brown sugar, plus extra for topping later
120g Kerrymaid Original
Caramelised Bananas
75g of caster sugar
2-3 tbsp water
3 bananas peeled and sliced
35g Kerrymaid Original

This recipe was supplied by Kerrymaid >>Caterer and Hotelkeeper supplier profile: Kerrymaid >>

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