baked fig plantain bread pudding recipe

Happy Wednesday luvs!!!

Are you ready to be really impressed?

Wait. Don’t answer that ;)

Well… we are impressed with this recipe. Hopefully you are too!

Baked fig plantain bread pudding recipe.

baked fig plantain foster

Another favorite flavor combo going on here.

Plantains and figs = perfection.

figs plantains

We came up with this recipe idea a few weeks ago.

We love bread pudding for the rich, custardy base that can be used for both sweet and savory dishes. And we thought using plantain bread would be a perfect base for it.

Making it a grain-free bread pudding! A simple, healthier bread pudding recipe made from natural ingredients.

Not really sure how we think of some of our recipes, but they just pop in our heads. We go experiment in the kitchen. And fingers crossed if our ideas turn out ;)

Luckily for us…this one turned out phenomenal! Seriously. Gary even was like…wow this is really good.


All your need is some fresh figs chopped up. And sliced up plantain bread. Some fresh nutmeg which just completes it. Coconut milk and eggs.

Pretty darn easy if you ask us. Which we know you didn’t.

Beautifully balanced flavor in one dish.

plantain banana fig foster

This fig plantain bread pudding is best served warm and enjoyed anytime of the day.

fig plantain foster

Think of our love plantain bread just skyrocketed. If that is possible.

Love how easy plantain bread is to use in so many variety of recipes!

baked fig plantain bread pudding recipe

baked fig plantain bread pudding recipe

Gluten-free grain-free dairy-free baked fig plantain bread pudding recipe.


  • 1 recipe of our plantain bread
  • 4-6 fresh figs. chopped
  • 2 whole eggs
  • 3/4 cup coconut milk
  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup (honey or coconut sugar)
  • fresh nutmeg


  1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Need to have one recipe of our plantain bread already made up.
  3. In a large bowl, add in maple syrup, eggs, coconut milk and fresh nutmeg.
  4. Stir.
  5. Next slice up the plantain bread toss into the large bowl.
  6. Carefully stir.
  7. Add in chopped figs.
  8. Let mixture sit for about one hour in refrigerator to let the flavors set together.
  9. Lightly grease ramekins with coconut oil.
  10. **could do this in a glass baking dish instead of doing them individual.
  11. Bake for 30-40 minutes or until lightly golden brown.
  12. Remove from oven and cool slightly.
  13. Enjoy warm. Top with more fresh figs if desired or drizzle of more maple syrup.

We have more recipes coming…plus we are working with pumpkin again! We are so excited for making some holiday recipes.

Twins question: Do you like bread pudding? are you ready for fall?

till next time,





  1. Jamie says

    WOW!! This looks amazing!! When you say “coconut milk” are you talking about from the can, cream included? Or the liquidy/milky kind you can buy in a carton. Thanks!

  2. says

    This. Is. GENIUS! I can’t thank you girls enough. Figs and plantains may be my favourite (sweet) foods right now. And I’ve always loved bread pudding, I just never thought I’d have it again since going gluten-free! It’s a figgy miracle! ;D
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  3. Susy says

    I am curious if it only makes 4 ramekins. Just preparing myself for tonight! ;-) I got some figs and plantains that need to be used! Thanks!

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