Bring on the Pudding Cakes

Thoughtfully arranged ingredients leave these crowd-pleasing cakes with an incredibly moist, pudding-like texture. Try experimenting with your favorite toppings of varying textures—fresh berries, chopped nuts, ice cream, fresh whipped cream—or all of the above!

Bring on the Pudding CakesErin Kunkel © 2012

Ozark Pudding Cake
A beautiful and rustic pear cake with a buttery-crisp crust and pudding-like middle. See the recipe.

Bring on the Pudding CakesMark Boughton Photography / styling by Teresa Blackburn

English Summer Pudding
A jumble of juicy summer berries and rich brioche are the star ingredients in this surprisingly simple molded pudding. See the recipe.

Bring on the Pudding CakesPenny De Los Santos

Fudge Pudding Cake
A mocha sauce collects in the bottom of this cake, leaving a moist pudding-like layer on the bottom. See the recipe.

Bring on the Pudding CakesMark Boughton Photography / styling by Teresa Blackburn

Lemon Pudding Cake
An ooey-gooey citrus dessert that’s part cake and part pudding—wonderful served warm or cold with fresh berries. See the recipe.


Peach Pudding Cake
Ripe, juicy end-of-summer peaches transform the texture of this dense single-layer cake. See the recipe.

This article has been posted with permission and originally appeared as, “5 Ultra-Moist Pudding Cake Recipes” on Relish.



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