Delicious Bread Pudding Recipe

Bread and Butter Pudding
Bread and Butter Pudding

I have learned a delicious recipe here in France for Bread and Butter Pudding and though I do not know the exact quantities for the ingredients, it is easy to figure out.

– We used two stale baguettes and cut them into half-inch slices

– butter

– milk (app. one and a half cups)

– cream (app. one cup)

– two eggs

– sugar (app. half a cup)

– vanilla

– any dried fruits

Spread butter thinly over all of the slices of bread and then stack them in an oven dish. Mix the rest of the ingredients in a bowl and then pour over bread. The mixture should cover three-fourths of the bread (if it doesn’t add more milk until so), and add dried fruits. Let it soak up the mixture for a couple of hours until the bread is soggy. Bake on 350 for about thirty minutes or until light brown on top. It is truly wonderful! I made another one tonight and used raisins and dried apricots and sprinkled it with cinnamon.

One comment

  1. Perhaps my first comment on this came through, I just know that it disappeared it seemed before I pushed the comment button.
    Looks scrumptous!! I don’t often care for raisins, except dry, but they even look good there. You’ll have to come spend a few days & be our cook. You can be a little more than that like the maid that cleans, etc. Well, you are getting a lot of experience doing that. Just teasing, you know, we want you as our granddaughter. Of course we know you won’t have a lot of over-night time as you will be looking for a job, but not on weekends. Naturally your parents will want you for most of them for a while. Anxious to see pictures with commentary.

    Love reading all you write.


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