A couple of months ago I made a rice pudding but it curdled slightly. I decided to freeze it until I had a chance to do something with it. I had the idea of doing some kind of cake so I looked up rice pudding cakes on the Internet but they all seemed to be more like set puddings and less like actual cakes. I decided to have a go at making up a recipe myself.
I took 2 eggs, ¼ cup of brown sugar and ¼ cup of vegetable oil and mixed them together. I added the tub of slightly curdled rice pudding (approximately 300g) then added 1 cup of self raising flour. I baked it at gas mark 5 until it looked done. It was a huge improvement over the original rice pudding, which didn't have a very pleasant texture. The cake has a moist cakey/puddingy texture and a good rice pudding flavour. The photo is of the second slice I cut - the first slice got eaten very quickly.