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Homemade Bread Pudding

IF you’re looking for a great desert to compliment the amazing meal you just cooked, try this great Homemade Bread Pudding. Almost everyone loves this Homemade Bread Pudding recipe and it’s easy to make with cheap ingredients. Now you can have all the comfort of some southern bread pudding with this easy homemade recipe that is sure to make your mouth water.

Homemade Bread Pudding

If you are trying to find the perfect desert for that family dinner that will feed a good sized crowd you will love this. It is so easy to make you can whip up this crowd pleasing homemade bread pudding in just a few minutes. So delicious and moist everyone from the youngest to the eldest in your family will devour this and want more.

Creamy sweet custard sauce and plump juicy raisins baked into the layered bread makes a comfort food desert like no other. You can make this as simple as you like or even dress it up with a delectable maple rum sauce.

Absolutely divine is the end result with this wonderful southern comfort desert.

To make it a bit more dressed up serve the homemade bread pudding in individual custard cups topped with a dollop of fresh sweet whipped cream, and a few rum soaked raisins spooned on top of the whipped cream.

Beautiful, simple and just perfect!

Have You Ever Had Bread Pudding?


How to Prepare Homemade Bread Pudding
Cuisine: American
Recipe type: Pudding
Serves or Makes: 6
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  • ½ cup raisins
  • 1 large can evaporated milk
  • 1⅔ cups water
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 3 chopped bread slices
  • 2 eggs
  • ½ cup white sugar
  • ½ teaspoon ground nutmeg
  1. Put the milk with the water in a pan and scald it.
  2. Beat the eggs until light, then add the sugar, nutmeg and vanilla.
  3. Add this to the milk mixture.
  4. Arrange half the bread over the bottom of a casserole dish, sprinkle with half of the raisins, add the remaining bread and raisins and finally pour the custard mixture over all.
  5. Set in a pan of water and bake at 350 degrees F until the custard is firm and an inserted knife comes out clean.

Photo Credit: bread pudding by Dave Bonta, on Flickr

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