Riz au lait is another way of saying French rice pudding. So gosh darn easy and impossible to stop eating, it’s quite possibly the thing we love most about the French.
These lovelines are sorta like chocolate-dipped macaroons in reverse with their abundance of chocolate and modest coconut presence. And just 6 ingredients.
These pillowy puddings practically resonate with lemony loveliness. Someone pass a spoon, please.
A luxurious and super simple dessert with a subtle sweetness and a lovely tanginess. Perfect for those extra soft berries.
Traditional Portuguese rice pudding is cooked risotto-style with a lilt of citrus and the warmness of cinnamon. Easy as can be. With all the creamy richness you’ve come to expect from rice pudding.
These fancy-sounding desserts are essentially creamy custards that come together with very little time or effort from half-and-half, brown sugar, pumpkin, eggs, and warm spices. So good you’re gonna want them year round.
Your favorite tea turned sideways, making it a creamy dessert with a crackling, shattering caramelized sugar topping.
Far Breton is a custardy cake similar to a clafouti gilded with rum-soaked prunes and a specialty of Brittany, France. And you know any dessert lovely enough for the French is gonna be something really quite special.
This homey chocolate bread pudding transcends its arguably homey origins of brioche, milk, cream, sugar, eggs, and bittersweet chocolate.
Not a lot has changed since you last had this after-school classic. It’s still easy. It’s still quick. And it’s still gosh darned comforting as heck.