Porridge and Apple Pudding. Pudrupärapuding

pudrupuding (5)What is the typical Estonian breakfast?

I know that many children like to eat for breakfast Kohuke. Teenagers like more some yoghurt, quark creams or cereals with milk. The adult eats some porridge or open sandwich: rye bread covered with sausage, ham, cheese or something.  Egg in different ways… And like anywhere in the world, lot of Estonian families baking pancakes for Sunday morning.

My favourite workday breakfast is porridge. I cook oatmeal or multigrain mixture in the water. And I serve this with some butter and seeds mixture. My husband likes sweet additions. He serve his porridge with jam and butter and sour cream 🙂 🙂

But anyway.  If you cooked too much porridge, there is one perfect recipe to use leftovers in a delicious dessert.

Porridge and Apple Pudding. Pudrupärapuding

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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A simple and delicious way to use morning porridge leftovers as amazing dessert .

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  • 200 g cold porridge (oatmeal, multigrain or barley porridge)
  • dried or fresh apples
  • 4 tablespoon sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla sugar and/or cinnamon


  1. Prepare dried apples. Put the fruit in water for half an hour. Then boil gently until the fruit is soft. Then puree and season with sugar.
  2. Beat egg yolks and sugar together into a light foam. Separately beat egg whites, add little bit salt.
  3. Mix together porridge, apples, and egg yolks. And add egg whites foam gradually while stirring.
  4. Pour into a greased forms
  5. Bake at 180 C for 20 minutes.

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Source: Võrokõisi Köögi ja söögiraamat. T. Guerrin ja K. Karu


2 thoughts on “Porridge and Apple Pudding. Pudrupärapuding

  1. *smile* I am an old-fashioned ‘Estonian’ who lives on an open sandwich of dark bread and toppings plus coffee in the morning . . . not much porridge . . . but should I have some left over when I do make I shall know how to this interesting 🙂 !


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