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Thread: Bread pudding with vanilla sauce

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    Senior Member Mizgoodie's Avatar
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    Does anyone have a really good bread pudding recipe they would like to share? I have tried many but still have not found the perfect recipe yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mizgoodie
    Does anyone have a really good bread pudding recipe they would like to share? I have tried many but still have not found the perfect recipe yet.
    Here's my favorite. I love custardy bread pudding and this is light. Give it a try.
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    This is my favorite!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellageo
    This is my favorite!!!!
    Wish I could see your recipe. My computer has fits with it and won't open it. Hmmm...

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    cannot open both of them........

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    Quote Originally Posted by PieceandLuv
    cannot open both of them........
    I can't either!

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    I'll check back later to see if the links will open. Thanks ladies I'm sure they'll be yummy.

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    Here's Joani2s (I can't open Ellageo's either)



    Overnight Bread Pudding

    loaf of thick slices of bread, cut into 9 pieces. (I use Texas style bread.)
    3 cups milk 2 Tbsp. sugar
    Liberal nutmeg & cinnamon 6 large eggs
    1 Tbsp. vanilla extract 2 Tbsp. butter or margarine

    Grease 9x13 baking dish. Arrange bread in a single layer in the greased
    pan, squeeze slices to fit. In a large bowl whisk milk, eggs, sugar and vanilla
    until blended. Pour evenly over bread. Sprinkle cinnamon & nutmeg over top.
    Cover and refrigerate overnight.

    To serve. Heat oven to 350. Uncover baking dish. Dot top with butter or
    margarine and bake 45 minutes or until set and light golden brown.

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    NOW.how about a good vanilla sauce to go with that pudding....

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    I was able to download, and retyped, so here it is:

    BREAD PUDDING WITH LEMON SAUCE

    4 Cups hamburger buns NOT FRESH
    1 Cup sugar
    2 Cups whole milk
    stick butter or margarine
    Cup raisins or dried cranberries
    1 teaspoon Vanilla
    2 Beaten eggs

    Crumble bread in mixing bowl. Add milk, let sit until bread is soft. Add sugar, melted margarine or butter, and eggs. Mix well.

    Add raisins or cranberries and fold in. DOT NOT STIR
    Butter a 9 baking glass dish. Pour mixture into the dish and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until top is brown.

    TIP: Milk MUST be whole milk or canned milk. Otherwise, pudding will fall after removing from the oven. Old biscuits cause pudding to be heavy, loaf bread tends to be too thin.

    LEMON SAUCE:
    In a saucepan combine:
    1/3 Cup sugar
    2 teaspoon cornstarch
    Add cup water, cup Real Lemon juice, and one egg yolk. Mix well.
    Over medium heat, cook and stir until thick. Remove, stir in 1 Tablespoon butter or margarine until melted.

    Use for topping on bread pudding

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