Condensed Milk Pudding: Thermomix Recipe

Condensed Milk Pudding: Thermomix Recipe

What do you think about treating yourself with a delicious dessert? The perfect one is this I am suggesting now, a condensed milk pudding for it is very tasty and you can prepare it with just a few ingredients at your disposal.

Pudding origins seem to be very old. Apparently the Romans and the Greeks used to eat on a regular basis sweet or savoury milk preparations with addition of eggs to make it condensate.
When I was a kid my mum used to prepare a very good milk pudding. When it was cooked she poured it in cups, let it get cold and then enriched it with crunchy waffles. Just a few days ago I was thinking about those moments and I felt like I had to do the same thing with my children using my irreplaceable Thermomix and when it was cooked I added sliced almonds.

Pudding is a soft dessert, loved both by adults and children and it can be made in many different versions according to different tastes. There are specific pudding moulds or things you may use as moulds that you can find at home such as plastic glasses that ease the pudding going out of the mould.

The wine I think you might accompany with this dessert is
Golfo del Tigullio Moscato. Light straw yellow coloured, characteristic well-orchestrated aroma of moscato, sapid and aromatic taste it is an excellent combining with a condensed milk pudding. Serve it at a temperature of 7-8°C in small tulip shaped long-stemmed glass.

Love puddings? Then try the Chocolate Pudding, the Rice Pudding and the Thermomix Citrus Fruit Pudding: Gluten-Free, Milk-Free, Egg-Free Pudding.


4 people serving

For the pudding
- 400 g condensed milk (or a can of 395 g it depends on what you find in the supermarket)
- 400 g whole fresh milk
- 3 medium size eggs

For caramel
- 250 g sugar
- 200 g water

Let's cook

Turn on the oven at 180C.

Prepare the caramel: pour 200 g water, 50 g sugar into the mixing bowl and boil 3 Min. 100C Speed 1.

In the meantime, put a saucepan with a thick bottom on the fire and let it warm up. Add 200 g sugar, like this: pour a spoon and wait for it to melt, turn starting from the outer edge, when the sugar is dissolved add another spoon and repeat until the sugar is used up.

Take the mixing bowl and pour the boiling water with the sugar over the caramel, little by little, stirring constantly. Remove from the heat.

Pour the caramel into the metal or aluminum pudding molds, sticking to the bottom and edges.

Prepare the pudding: put 400 g condensed milk, 400 g whole fresh milk, 3 eggs and mix 1 Min. Speed 6.

Pour the pudding into the molds and put them in a pan with water to cook in a bain-marie. Bake for 50 Min at 180C.

Leave to cool and then put in the fridge for 3 hours.


You can perfume the caramel with a little orange liqueur and serve the pudding accompanied by candied peel.

You can cook the caramel-free condensed milk pudding and serve it on a fruit or chocolate sauce.

Translated from the Italian recipe Budino al Latte Condensato Bimby
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