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I have my own bread pudding recipe but I use this custard recipe. It's great!! I think bread pudding is not complete w/o custard and this is the PERFECT custard to fit any bread pudding. Thanks for sharing.
Very good bread pudding! I loved the texture of it. I used 3 big potato rolls (sliced in half & torn into 1/2" pieces) instead of bread slices, omitted the raisins & the sauce, (I used a sherry sauce recipe given to me by a friend on my cooking forum....Cooking Friends)& baked it in an 8" by 8" pyrex dish. Hubby loved the sauce & proclaimed it the best bread pudding he'd ever had. Thansk for a wonderful recipe!
my husband has always said he did not like bread pudding. I made this (without the raisins) and he loved it. I found out that his mother had baked a much drier version and he had stayed away from it until now. My friend (who is 79 years old) and I (who love bread pudding) are ecstatic with this recipe. When I tell her I am making it, she is here with spoon and bowl in hand.
One of the best homemade bread puddings I have made yet! I added a little more cinnamon and when I made the sauce I sauted up an apple then added 1 cup of milk instead of the water. Turned out delicious. More fattening i'm sure, but oh well. Great recipe!
This recipe was perfect for what I wanted. I was looking for a simple, tasty bread pudding like the one my mom used to make. This was easy, I had all the ingredients on hand, and it only took about 5 minutes of prep work. The recipe was not overly custardy, but I don't like my bread pudding too custardy anyway. The taste was good old-fashioned. I used skim milk and brown sugar and I baked it in a 9x9 baking dish (I think the 11" dish called for in the recipe would make the bread pudding a little too thin). I didn't make the sauce, just served it with a dollop of whipped cream. It was not out-of-this world fabulous, but it was comfy and delicious like something straight out of mom's kitchen.
My husband is always asking me for bread pudding. I found this recipe and gave it a try and he loved it. I wasn't to crazy for the custard part but he ate it for a couple of nights and said it was still delicious.
I did not make the sauce as we like our bread pudding without the fancy sauces. I also didn't use any raisins for the same reason. The only other change I made was to use evaporated milk as I didn't want to use the last of the milk on hand. We really enjoyed it, Several years ago I had a great recipe that made an 8 x 8 pan that we loved and lost the recipe. We don't do alot of dessert but I will make this again.
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