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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

And she made Bread Pudding for Dessert

This bread pudding turned out really good. I used this recipe I have had for years. It was in a magazine and an ad for Sun Maid Cinnamon Swirl Raisin Bread. I don't add the extra raisins and I use three eggs. I also add a teaspoon of grated orange rine and 1/4 teasp. of pumpkin pie spice. I use half & half instead of milk. I also press the bread pieces with a fork after I pour the milk and egg mixture on top of it to make sure the bread is completely soaked. You don't want dry bread pieces in your pudding.
The wildflowers were a pretty background for the recipe but I didn't think anyone could see the ingredients so I did a close up too.
It's all gone and it was really good. The Prospector, Sis and I finished it off. Try it, with cream or half & half...., or vanilla ice cream. Hmmm good!
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5 comments:

Laura ~Peach~ said...

drool.....

Madeline's Album said...

Your bread pudding looks so good no wonder it is all gone. Love the bouquet of wild flowers. Have a great day. Madeline

Terry Busse said...

hummm... sounds good.
Happy cooking

Becky said...

YUM! Have I said that here before? lol

Roslyn Atwood said...

DH would be over in a minute for your bread pudding his fave. I used to make it a lot when the boys lived at home, rarely now, can't remember when I last did. Unless there is help to eat it we would HAVE to..........