Thursday, March 20, 2008

Bread Pudding

Okay...this is not exactly on my “get skinny before May” diet, but
I had a weak moment. Bread pudding is the ultimate old fashioned
comfort food. Not too sweet and very custardy. You can practically
throw it together with ingredients you have on hand. So easy, so
good. You can eat this warm, but I like it refrigerated with a little
drizzle of pure maple syrup on top…World Traveler likes a bourbon
drizzle.

Bread Pudding

6 hamburger buns (leftover bread or other type buns)
5 C milk
6 eggs
2/3 C brown sugar
2/3 C white sugar
cinnamon
2 t vanilla
dash salt

Mix eggs, granulated sugar, vanilla and salt.
Lay buns in 9 x 13 pan, spread with butter
and sprinkle with brown sugar and cinnamon.
Scald milk and gradually add to egg mixture.
Pour over buns.

Bake 350 for 25 minutes or until knife comes
out clean.

6 comments:

  1. That looks sooooo yummy! I knew you made this, but didn't have the recipe. Great way to use leftover buns! Definitely will try soon...

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  2. OK, I made this delicious recipe! My first piece was hot from the oven! (yum) My second piece was room temperature! (yum) and my third piece was cold from the frig (yum!) All pieces were equally delicious! :) My fourth..... LOL!

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  3. I think my favorite is cold from the fridge! Glad you liked it!! :)

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