4 Oct 2010

Baking 101: Easy Bread Pudding

You have a week old left over bread, hard but without molds...what are you going to do with them? Throw them? Nope!

Why don't you make a pudding?

That's what I did with the week old loaf in the house. I just cut the bread into small pieces, put them inside in the individual sized ramekins, poured custard mixture, sprinkled some cinnamon and sugar on top, and baked them. How easy was that? You only need an hour to make this pudding.

Make some of these and you'll be happy to know that good things really come in small packages. Heaven...

2 eggs
3 small cans of evaporated milk
2/3 cups of sugar
1/4 tsp cinnamon mix with 1 tbsp of sugar
6 slices of "tasty" bread, sliced into small pieces

1. Put the sliced breads into 5 individual sized ramekins. Set aside.
2. In a bowl, beat the eggs, and pour milk and sugar. Mix well.
3. Pour the milk mixture in the ramekins with bread. The bread will absorb the milk, once absorbed, pour more milk.
4. Sprinkle with the cinnamon and sugar mixture on top.
4. Bake them at 350 degrees Farenheit for 30 minutes.

This can be served warm or cold.


The Sweet Maison said...

Hi ICyLicioUs.... your bread pudding looks good! and you remind me that I have a lot of ramekins but seldom use *_*

iCyLiCioUs said...

Thank you for dropping by my site Sweet Maison!

Go dig your ramekins and make the bread pudding! hahah!