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I followed the directions as written for this recipe (for the most part) and it turned out great!! Used skim milk increased the cinnamon to 1 tsp. and nutmeg to just under 1/2 tsp. (BTW don't increase the nutmeg unless you really like nutmeg) and that's all the changes I made. Very easy and fast to make. Probably be making again.
Quite good, nice change. Didn't give us our customary sugar coma, which for me was awesome..However, Mine didn't come out looking as lovely as the picture, which was a disappointment (Certainly didn't detract from the taste!). Added LOTS more cinnamon & nutmeg. Used an extra piece of cinnamon bread. **One more thing: Didn't have any caramel sauce, so I made one off this site..**
I give this recipe 5 stars because it was super easy and delicious. I used sugar free syrup but added 2 T. of butter and about 2 T of brown sugar and only used 1/4 c of syrup. Still yummy! Next time I think I"ll add some kind of crunchy topping.
I didn't have any nutmeg and didn't add the caramel sauce on top but I must say that this was THE BEST bread pudding I have EVER had...I have had alot from restaurants just to see how they tasted and NO restaurant has ever come close to this...I have made many times and will make many more times...thanks so much for submitting...
Made with a package of leftover hotdog buns the morning after a party and it came out amazing!! Leftover whipcream from the mixed drinks went good on top too!! Note i thought this would be a square pan but needed a 9x 13-and don't forget to spray the bottom first (sorry hubby)
Oh man this is SO good! I cut the sugar so that I could serve this for breakfast and I used a homemade butterscotch sauce instead of caramel just enough to make a nice presentation. Very indulgent breakfast probably a perfect dessert. We loved it and the best part was that the prep took me maybe 4 or 5 minutes. I actually had to keep waiting for the oven to preheat after I was done getting this ready. Quick prep so easy and tasty. Note: I also used sugar-free syrup and it tasted and cooked wonderfully. Thank you!
I decided to take this as my contribution for my adult Sunday School Class so I doubled the recipe added 1 1/4 cup dried cranberries & baked it for 55 minutes instead of 40. Wow! They loved it & wanted the recipe. Several took 2nds and one took 3rds! Referred them to this web site of course. It's utterly addictive to say the least.