I was able to make this recipe from start to finish in about 15-20 minutes. Be weary, as soon as it’s ready to pour make sure you have your ramekins ready to go. The pudding begins to form a skin instantanously. Though as Dorie noted, some do appreciate a good skin.
My hungry family couldn’t to wait the minimum 4 hours to eat it. Excited to serve it, I sauteed some chopped bananas mixed with cinnamon, sugar, and butter until caramelized. They went nuts!
I hate to sound like Sandra Lee at the moment but, this is a great recipe to whip up at a moments notice for any last minute guests or a dinner party! I think this recipe might have been the easiest pudding I have ever made. It’s a no brainer and a keeper. Oh! In addition to the bananas, I just had the idea to swirl some melted down peanut butter! mmmmm…..next time.