Nutella Croissant Puddings


What do you do when you have bought too many French pastries?

Or when you have leftover homemade croissants?


You make croissant puddings, of course. And then if you’re anything like me, you eat them for breakfast.


This is one of my absolute favourite recipes.

It is so quick and easy to make and is always, always, always delicious. The layers of croissants, Nutella and custard are just heaven.


I’ve been baking with custard quite a bit while I’ve been in Poland, and have been making lots of pies. But you’ll hear all about that in later posts.


Now go and make some Nutella croissant puddings. I dare you not to eat them all at once.


NUTELLA CROISSANT PUDDINGS
Adapted from Masterchef.

2 croissants
1 egg
2 egg yolks
1/4 cup sugar
300ml cream (I used light cream)
1 jar of Nutella (you won’t need the whole jar)

Preheat the oven to 180 C. Get out 6 muffin cases. If you don’t have any, grease 6 ramekins or muffin tin holes with butter.

Cut the croissants into 1 inch pieces. Set aside.

In a large bowl, whisk the egg, egg yolks and sugar together until well combined. Whisk in the cream.

Add the croissant pieces to the custard mixture and mix them through so they soak up the custard.

Put about 1 1/2 tablespoons of soaked croissants into the bottom of your muffin cases or ramekins. Top with 2 teaspoons of Nutella.


Divide the remaining croissant mixture, including the liquid, between the muffin cases. Top with another teaspoon of Nutella.


Place the muffin cases on a baking tray and bake for 30-40 minutes, until the custard is set. Makes 6 individual puddings.

16 Thoughts on “Nutella Croissant Puddings

  1. Love the pictures!

  2. These puddings with croissants are so easy to make and I never imagined that something so yummy can be made so beautifully and quickly!
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  3. Do these ever look decadent. Love how you made them individual-sized, too. That way, you can indulge without feeling too guilty. ;)

  4. Looks delicious. Would love for you to share your pictures with us over at foodepix.com.

  5. It is extremely rare i see two words such as “croissant” and “pudding” placed side by side…. Both in its own are amazing, put together, double the temptation is what it is… And you have to add Nutella… I’m going crazy here!! :)

  6. Donna on July 28, 2012 at 7:49 pm said:

    Natasha, Thank you for the potato salad recipe. I made everything and the Croissant puddings were to die for. The family gathering was wonderful with all your lovely recipes enjoyed by all. Thank you again
    Cheers Donna

    • Donna you are so welcome, it makes me so happy to hear that you are actually baking from my blog and that people are enjoying the food!! :-D

      • donna on July 29, 2012 at 11:08 am said:

        It makes me happy Natasha that I am getting recipes that actually turn out . Now my daughter is going to sign up to your blog, I think your very talented and your blog is great, I thoroughly enjoy it. Thinking today I need a moist coconut cake, you have any ideas for that.

        • Wow that is all so nice to hear :-)
          Coconut cake I don’t have a recipe for! But I should totally get onto that, it sounds amazing! Let me know if you find a good recipe !

  7. Hi, I am just tried this recipe but why mine is kinda runny and altho i already bake accordingly it, the custard hasn’t set up yet…

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