Thursday, November 06, 2008

Bread Pudding Recipe... :)~


Bread Pudding

In a bowl mix together:

2 1/4 c Milk
3 Eggs
1 1/4c Sugar
1 1/2 tsp Cinnamon
1 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
1 tsp Ground Nutmeg
1/2c Rasins
1/2c Chopped Pecans
1c Peeled & diced grannysmith apple

Add 5c Stale bread cut into cubes . Mix well and let sit for 45 min.


Spray some non-stick spray on an oven proof dish, and add the mixture. Bake at 350 for 1hr. or until firm. It will puff up and deflate within minutes of cooling.

Serve warm with Whisky sauce... or I like to eat mine with some chocolate ice cream!


Easy Whiskey Sauce:
4 oz can Condensed milk, 1 oz Fine Whiskey..mix well.

14 comments:

Jess said...

Where's the bread?

Chef TinaMarie said...

Hiya Jess!...What do you mean ...Where's the bread???
There's 5 cups of cubed stale bread in the recipe.

An old french chef once told me to read recipes at least two to three times to make sure you've got the procedure and ingredients correct.... Has saved me on many occasion... Especially when I'm baking! :)~

Jess said...

LOL in reader the stuff typed in white didn't show up on the white background. I was like where's the bread?? What Whiskey sauce? LOL

Sounds delish!

Hthrbug said...

I once forgot about half the flour in a recipe for garlic bread in the bread machine. The house smelled wonderful, but the tiny "brick" of bread that came out of the machine was a disapointment. I'm looking forward to trying the bread pudding- with ALL the bread :)

Chef TinaMarie said...

Oooops! Didn't even think about peeps reading this in a reader....Ha!..Thanx Jess!
I changed the text color. LOL :)~

Chef TinaMarie said...

Hthrbug: Mmmmmm I love garlic wafting through the house!

Did you try making the bread again?...Sometimes some of my mistakes are the begining of a great creation!

Hope you try the recipe for the bread pudding..With all the bread.. Ha! :)~

Roo said...

Wow. That looks amazing!!! I meant to ask, do you have a recipe for flan??

Chef TinaMarie said...

Hey Roo
Thanx!... Yes on the side bar there is a drop down of my past recipes...You will find a recipe for Flan/creme caramel there!!!

LL Cool Joe said...

Now that does look good!

I couldn't help that notice that Jamie Oliver is one of your favourite chefs. My partner is a good friend of his and he really is such a nice guy in real life. He is really passionate about food, and it looks like you are too. :)

I hope you don't mind me leaving a comment.

Chef TinaMarie said...

Thanx for stopping by and leaving a comment LL!

Yes, Jamie Oliver is one of my favs!... He is just so sincere in his passion for food! I got to meet him once at a book signing at our local B&N. He signed a chef coat for me too... Very sweet boy!

Come back soon! :)~

LL Cool Joe said...

Yeah he is very sweet. :)

Because I'm a Brit I find your receipes quite hard to follow because of the quanties of the ingredients. Are c's cups?? I'm confused.

Can you tell I don't cook!! :D

Chef TinaMarie said...

Yes C's are cups... Here are some other common measurements you will find on this site...

C's = cups
lbs. = pounds
TB = Tablespoon
tsp = teaspoon

I found a link that that has conversions. Hope you find it useful!

http://www.companyscoming.com/cooking/measurement_tables/

LL Cool Joe said...

Ah, thanks that's cool! I'll check it out now. :)

Jean aka Nikki said...

mmmmm. . . are you going to bring this to Christmas Day? I hope so :)