Brioche Summer Fruit Pudding

July 28, 2014Sew White

Summer is the best time for fresh fruit and who doesn’t love a pudding. Which this in mind I adapted a family favorite to have a more summer fruit theme. This is the fantastic brioche summer fruit pudding. Toasted brioche with hot summer fruits which is very quick to make and eat!

Here are the slices of hot toasted brioche triangles covered in hot berries. Amazing.

Brioche summer fruit pudding 1

 Yummy berries all getting hot and softening.

Brioche summer fruit pudding 2

Serves 4

Ingredients

-100g redcurrant jelly
-juice and zest of 1 lemon-2 tablespoons of Armagnac or brandy
-8 slices of Pasquier Brioche cut in half into triangles
-500g fresh or frozen summer berries (strawberries, blackberries, blackcurrants, blueberries, raspberries, redcurrants)
-icing sugar for dusting

Method

– In a large pan on a low/medium heat gently mix and soften the redcurrant jelly, lemon juice and Armagnac.
– When it’s lightly bubbling and reduced a little add the fruit and coat it in the juice.
– Once the juice the fruit is in has started bubbling but the fruit isn’t too mushy turn it down to prepare the brioche toast.
– Cut the brioche slices in half to make triangles and to get them toasted all at the right time I use the grill but a toaster would work well too.
– Toast both sides until golden brown.
– Lay the slices on a large plate and drizzle the gorgeous hot fruit over the top.
– Add a sprinkle of icing sugar and serve straight away.

Enjoy x

This takes less than 20mins to make and eat!

 For the brioche I used Pasquier sliced brioche loaf. It was lovely and toasted very well and quickly. It isn’t too sweet like some brioche but sweet enough to compliment the fruit.

Brioche summer fruit pudding 4

The last slices dripping with fruit juice ready to be eaten.

Brioche summer fruit pudding 5

A dusting of icing looks lovely and also adds a sweetness to the fruit which can sometimes be a little tart!

Brioche summer fruit pudding 7

4 Comments

  • lorna mai

    July 28, 2014 at 8:07 pm

    Now this is something I definitely could try and make. Looks so simple to follow and I bet tastes gorgeous. Love how it;s got a mix of berries and the icing on top is so effective.

    1. Sew White

      July 28, 2014 at 8:34 pm

      Thank you. Do try it! It’s very tasty and quick which is what I like x

  • Lucinda

    July 28, 2014 at 8:26 pm

    oh wow it looks amazing with the dusting of icing sugar! I’m a huge brioche fan (omnomnom!) so this is right up my street!
    Love Lucinda xx

    1. Sew White

      July 28, 2014 at 8:33 pm

      Thank you!
      Brioche is so good. I can eat far too much of it without anything so this makes it more special 🙂

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