Today is Sugar High Friday, the last of this year.
I had the honor to be the host of this gorgeous event created by Jennifer, the Domestic Goddess. Thank you Jennifer.
Pudding was the theme I picked. It appealed to 67 motivated foodbloggers. Thank you all for your participation!
As I said in my announcement post:
“The proof of the Pudding is in the eating”
And now have a look at the 72 wonderful, rich, noble, superb, delicious, awesome, sublime, stunning Pudding recipes. The entries are sorted alphabetically by recipe and then by blog name.
Linda from make life sweeter!
This shiny pudding will make your happy!
Region/Country: The Hague, Netherlands
Jelly from Fragole & Cioccolato
This pudding contains ingredients that we all love.
Region/Country: Milan, Italy
Nora from Life’s Smörgåsbord
A light and refreshing pudding not only for people who live on the southern hemisphere.
Region/Country: Sydney, Australia
Irena i Andrzej from Kuchnia Ireny i Andrzeja
Irena and Andrzej love pudding. They prepared 3 different types.
Region/Country: Bytom, Poland
Judy from Judy’s Gross Eats
If you are on a panna cotta kick, this one is for you!
Region/Country: Ventura, California, USA
Dianne from Gluten Free Journey
A light glutenfree pudding, delicious!
Region/Country: , UK
Susan from Sticky, Gooey, Creamy, Chewy
Italiy meets Scotland – this pudding is a delicious addition to your Holiday table.
Region/Country: Sarasota, Florida, USA
Mike from Mike’s Table
The poached pears bring something new and exciting to the this bread pudding.
Region/Country: Florida, USA
auntie jo from auntie jo funny little kitchen
A classic pudding with a touch of Christmas.
Region/Country: Bordeaux, France
Debbi from Dejamo’s Distracted
This white chocolate pudding is incredibly rich and creamy, as pudding must be.
Region/Country: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Manuela from Baking History
A nice pudding for snowy, wintry evenings.
Region/Country: Massachusetts, USA
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If you don’t find your entry on the list (it’s not in bad faith, possibly I overlook your entry), please send me an email at kochtopf(at)gmail(dot)com mentioning your name, blog name, blog URL, name of the recipe and entry URL, hometown/region and country, and I will add it to the list.