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PUMPKIN BREAD PUDDING
Date: December 25, 2015 Viewing:Click on THUMBNAIL to bring up larger image with captions. There will also be controls for manual or self running slide show. Learn More:ClickHERE to jump to additional Info about this recipe.
The ingredients were: plain white bread, eggs, pumpkin pie filling, light cream, ginger, nutmeg, cloves, sugar, vanilla, cinnamon, table salt, brown sugar, milk and apple cider.
The bread was cut into cubes which were laid in the bottom of a 9 x 13" casserole dish.
The remaining ingredients were mixed together…
… until fully blended.
The batter was poured over the cubed bread. The pan was covered and refrigerated overnight.
It is now 6 AM Christmas morning and the bread pudding is out of the fridge and is the first of 3 items to go on my baking Egg, which my Digi Q pit controller has stabilized at 350 degrees.
The Pumpkin Bread Pudding has baked for just over an hour. It is brown on top and solidified in the middle and is ready to come off.
Here it is being served for dessert with Christmas dinner. At first everyone said they were too full for dessert, but after one person tried this and began raving about it, everyone dug in.
The Pumpkin Bread Pudding was moist and had great flavor. I Love pumpkin flavor, so I almost think I like it better than regular bread pudding. I'll have to try some more slices and let you know.
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This recipe from the King Arthur Flour website was one of two desserts I made for Christmas 2015. Bread pudding was always one of the desserts we had for Christmas. I wanted to try a different recipe and this pumpkin flavored version fir the bill nicely. The other bonus to this dessert is I could make it up to 24 hours in advance of baking it It also seems to hold well after baking, so I could have baked it ahead too. I chose to make it ahead and throw it o the Egg first thing Christmas morning. The pictures will tell the story of making it and I will end here by saying this was excellent bread pudding. Everyone was saying they were too full for dessert after the prime rib dinner. But then one person tried it and told everyone else they HAD to try it. This recipe is easy to make and bake and tastes great: Win-Win-Win.