Looking for a kugel recipe
For now, this will bring on the smiles.
Velvet Noodle Pudding
Makes 6 to 8 servings.
- 1/4 pound butter, melted
- 1 8-ounce package cream cheese
- 4 eggs
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1 cup whole milk
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 8 ounces semi-broad noodles (cooked according to directions on package, drained, and rinsed with cold water)
- 1 cup crushed corn flakes
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 2 tablespoons butter, melted
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Combine topping ingredients and spread over noodles. Bake for 1 hour.
Recipe Notes for my altered version shown in these photos
- I reduced the amount of noodles to 4 ounces.
- Not sure if it helped, but used a water bath to bake the noodle pudding by placing the dish in a pan and carefully adding boiling water to the outside pan until it comes about 1/3 of the way up the side of the baking dish.
- The recipe calls for a dish about 8.5 x 11-inches. I don’t have a dish that size so I have used an 11 x 13 as well as a round 2-quart size. Be sure to account for a different size dish by adjusting the baking time. A larger, shallower pan will require less baking time and a dish where the noodle pudding is deeper might require a little more.
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Hello Lorraine. Just wondering if the recipe used for the kugel slice pictured underneath the “Notes for my altered version” is actually the altered version recipe or the unaltered recipe. I see the amount of noodles in the custard and wondering which version it is so I can determine which one I want to use. Thank You.
If I remember correctly, the photo of the sliced noodle pudding is the altered version using less noodles than the original recipe listed. I apologize for the confusion.
I appreciate your comment because I see this is an older post that I want to revisit, make again and update. I put it on my work schedule and hope to get to it within the next week or two.
Linda Roehrig says
I wonder if it would be more velvety if the noodles were a bit overcooked??? I’m going to try this tonight. Thank You
Did you make the kugel pudding? I’d love to hear how giving the noodles a little extra cooking time worked out.
Thank you for stopping by and leaving your comment!
Pudding in Yiddish is “kugel”. So we don’t say “kugel pudding”. It’s one or the other.
Good morning, Penelope,
Thank you for clarifying this for me 🙂 I appreciate your time for visiting and sending your comment! It has been too long since I made kugel and your note has inspired me to try again.
Hope you enjoy your weekend!
Does anybody think to use sour cream instead of the cream cheese? Maybe that’s the missing ingredient?
Your photo shows like it was baked in cake pan not 7×11. Looks great could I double and bake in angel cake pan, for large crowd?
I have made this kugel several times and I have baked it in various containers. In the post I see it was in a round dish and also in a rectangular dish. You could probably double the recipe and bake in an angel cake pan. I’m not sure of the baking time so keep an eye on it as the hole in the center will also provide heat.
Do let me know how it works out for you.
Ok…here I go to make a Keto version of this yummy sounding treat! I have some miracle noodles to use and cream…thanks for the idea, love kugel.
~*~The Family~*~ says
We just made this and it was so, so, so good! We posted about it on our blog and linked back to yours. Thanks for the recipe, I think it will become a family favorite 🙂
I love this!! It's been years since I've had a good Noodle Kugel. Had to feature it at this weeks Mop It Up Mondays! Thanks so much for linking up. Would be delighted for you to stop by again!
Six Sisters says
This looks amazing and your helper is very cute!!! We're so glad you linked up to our "Strut Your Stuff Saturday". We loved having you!! Please come back next Saturday and share more of your great recipes! -The Sisters
Maple Lane says
I've never tasted this dish before but it sounds delicious. Little Keri Jill is so sweet and she seems to love the kitchen as much as you do!
Elisabeth Andrée says
What a lovely website you have, so full of creativity. For a first time visitor it is almost to much – in a good way:) I like your pictures!
Thank you for stopping by my blog and your kind words:)
Hope you have a great day.
renee @ Singing With Birds says
I'm not sure what I like best, that adorable delighted face or that creamy looking dessert! Bravo Lorraine…
Totally cute and delicious!
This sounds so delicious! I'm going to try this recipe tomorrow,I've always been searching for a sweet nodle recipe! 🙂
Lorraine – thanks so much for stopping by, how fun that you live in South Jersey too! We used to live in Haddonfield, but moved down to the Swedesboro area in the summer. I've loved looking through your blog too, and I'm your newest follower!
T's Daily Treasures says
Looks like you gals had fun. If this is anything like rice pudding, it's gotta be good. My mother-in-law used to save spaghetti noodles and the next morning, would serve them with a bit of butter, cinnamon and sugar for breakfast. I had never tried it before but was actually quite tasty. 🙂 Happy day to you, Tammy
I've never heard of that dish!
This Looks Delish ! Your blog is AWESOME and your little helper is adorable and your kitchen looks amazing – have a GREAT weekend : )
Terri @ that's some good cookin' says
This looks beautiful. I have read recipes for kugel, but couldn't quite imagine it. Thank you for the beautiful photos; my brain is going "ohhhh, I get it now." There is a blog called "Shiksa in the Kitchen" by Tory. She is Jewish and may be able to help you find the recipe for which you are looking. You blog is beautiful, by the way!
Walking on Sunshine... says
I love this dish as well. My sister-in-law is Jewish and she makes this dish BUT won't share the recipe!!! Yours looks different than hers but just as yummy!!! Hope you have a nice weekend!
Very interesting dessert! I love your pictures.
Hummm it must be delicious! Thank you for the recipe !
mmm delicious. and aborable children!
What a different dish! Sounds delicious and those of us who haven't tried the original wouldn't know. She is absolutely adorable!
What an adorable little kitchen helper!! The photo of your kugel looks wonderful. I've never made kugel, but I'd love to try a piece of yours.
Your gdau looks so much like you! Adorable!
That looks so good! I have never made it. Some day.
I would love to try it!
Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend says
that looks wonderful…you have such a beautiful blog…so happy to find it..Will add it to my sidebar
Crunchy Creamy Sweet says
The photos are priceless! (swoon) I have never had anything like this dish – very tempting!
That face says it all! She's such a cutie. These are the times she'll remember spending with you.
Honey at 2805 says
She is precious! Thank you for sharing her and the recipe at Potpourri Friday!
My that looks delicious and sounds good. I've made something similar, but this looks ever better… thanks!
Mari @ Once Upon a Plate says
Oh my word, that looks delicious Lorraine! And your little helper Keri Jill is absolutely adorable. Thank you for sharing all that you do. Blessings, ~mari
This is one I will just have to give a try. Looks wonderful. I wish I had such a pretty little helper in my kitchen! =o)
I've never heard of noodle pudding. Looks good and I bet you and your little assistant had a great time in the kitchen too
Looks delicious and intresting !!
I never tried somting like this one before
I do enjoy looking at your lovely creations even though I may not cook each one…this one sounds delicious
Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness says
Visiting from Maple Lane, Mildred spoke so kindly of your blog.
What a delightful blog and to see you love the lord first and foremost.
HOW awesome it is to have your own personal chef visiting and I can see you both had such a good time in the kitchen. Having a KCP (kitchen cooking partner) always makes each dish taste more delicious, as so much love is added to each dish. THIS one looooooks outstanding, like a slice of cheesecake and your photography it outstanding too. That is what I thought it was at first. I think I will be trying this when family comes to visit and will take your advise and go half on the noodles.
GOD bless you and yours and keep you all safe!
OMGosh that looks good, Lorraine. Your helper is just adorable! Don't you love working with those little hands helping you? xoo Diana
Keri is just lovely!
I love trying to recreate a favorite recipe. It's so great when you finally get it right!