Japanese milk pudding is made mainly from milk (as the name implies) but the flavor is reminiscent of ice cream. The dessert itself is easy to make and this version calls for just three ingredients, but if you want the milk pudding to really shine top it with one of the suggested toppings below.  This recipe is adapted from Maori Murota's "Tokyo Cult Recipes" (Harper Design) and was originally published in The Chicago Tribune. 
View Recipe
4.666665
Noreetuh, a modern Hawaiian restaurant in New York City's East Village, serves a bread pudding for dessert made with the cult-favorite King's Hawaiian Sweet Rolls. This makes the bread pudding sweet and fluffy without being too dense or mushy. You can make the big batch of bread pudding ahead of time, and then quickly heat up each individual slice as you need them. It's the perfect dessert to make for a large dinner party. Serve with ice cream and garnish with extra golden raisins.
View Recipe
4.666665
Easy, Creamy Rice Pudding recipe - The Daily Meal
Now there's no need to wait for your favorite comfort-food dessert. Minute Rice makes this recipe a snap, and whipped topping adds an extra layer of creaminess. Don't forget a sprinkle of cinnamon on top!This recipe is from the Better Homes & Gardens magazine November 1994 issue, and was originally published in the Hartford Courant.
View Recipe
4.5
Plum Nut Bread Pudding recipe - The Daily Meal
This recipe was developed to make use of fresh Santa Rosa plums, a tart variety which are too sour to eat straight but are great for baking. This recipe uses brioche bread, but any rich white bread would work equally well.This recipe is by Erica Penzer Kerekes and was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
View Recipe
4.5
Chocolate Bread Pudding recipe - The Daily Meal
Bread pudding—created as a way to use up a stale loaf or three—isn't the humble dish it once was as chefs now flavor it with rich ingredients like dark chocolate and orange liqueur. Yet even when a pricey ingredient is added, it still can be a budget-conscious dessert. As for which bread to use, sourdough, brioche, wheat or even a fruit bread all make a great pudding (and an even better pudding when slightly stale, since they tend to absorb more of the custard.)This recipe is adapted from Colleen Grapes, pastry chef at Irving Mill in New York City. It was originally published in the New York Daily News.
View Recipe
4.5
Horchata Rice Pudding
OK, so horchata rice pudding is pretty much like ordinary rice pudding, but a touch more cinnamon-y and still delicious. In the middle of a sweltering, hot summer in Mexico, horchata is often the beverage of choice. This is just another way of serving it, as a dessert. Click here to see Rice Made Sexy — 5 Great Dinner Recipes.
View Recipe
4.333335
Avocado Pudding
This lovely pale green pudding is what I’d call real comfort food, and it's good for you. In this recipe, avocado is a substitute for cream. 
View Recipe
4
Cream and condensed milk make this coffee pudding dense and rich, while espresso and crushed espresso beans give it nice kick.This recipe by Leah Eskin originally appeared in The Chicago Tribune.
View Recipe
3.4
Spotted Dog Bread Pudding
This bread pudding evolved from the Spanish dish called capirotada which began as a savory dish of layered bread, onions, cheese, and meat or poultry and topped with sweet meringue.This recipe is courtesy of The Fort
View Recipe
2.8
sticky toffee pudding
This quintessential English dish, sticky toffee pudding, is sticky, gooey, and absolutely delicious. The name is less alias than accent. The dish traces its heritage to England. There, pudding isn't merely the creamy custard we call pudding and they, derisively, call milk pudding. Pudding is dessert.This recipe is by Leah Eskin and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune. 
View Recipe
2.444445
Make your first days of marriage extra special and surprise your sweetie in bed one morning with this decadent bread pudding made from leftover wedding cake. Click here to see What to Do with Leftover Wedding Cake
View Recipe
1.8
Queen of Puddings
If this retro English dessert is fit for a queen, it’s fit for the most important people in your life too.This recipe is courtesy of Jamie Oliver.
View Recipe
0