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Really great - used what I had on hand. Panetone bread and pumpkin pie spice in the brown sugar mixture - and I added a splash of orange juice to the milk and egg custard. Really a lovely recipe and easily adaptable to what's on hand.

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Baklava January 18, 2010

This is so good, it must be a sin. I soaked the raisins in Baileys Irish Cream then added it to the milk mixute....but used heavy cream instead of the milk...I did not scald the cream...I also made the vanilla sauce...and used sour dough bread....yummmm My hubby does not like bread pudding but LOVED this...Please edit the directions and put step 8 infround of 7. Thank you again for a fantastic recipe, wish I could give you more than 5 stars.

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Big Sis June 09, 2009

I've never made bread pudding before and my boyfriend was craving it... so I decided to try this out. It turned out great, and I had no idea bread pudding's sooo easy to make! Thank you, it even kept well in the fridge for awhile. I loved this, and so did my boyfriend!

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Enchantress October 16, 2006

Very tasty with the vanilla sauce and very easy to make. Our family really enjoyed it.

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Margaret Button September 27, 2006

I am not sure I am a fair judge - since I didn't follow the recipe exactly, but it was my starting point!!! I was craving bread pudding, and this is the recipe I decided to try. I used a loaf of italian/french bread which I cubed and placed in the oven as it preheated (since it was not day old) - I tossed the cubed bread with the butter (I only used 2 TBS) then the brown sugar and cinnamon mixture. I left out the raisins - not my favorite, and I usually pick them out of bread pudding anyway. I heated the milk, and then combined with the egg/vanilla/salt mixture. I put all of the bread in a greased 2 QT round casserole and then poured the egg/milk mixture over it - topping with the reserved sugar/cinnamon, I did let it sit for the 5 minutes prior to baking. IT WAS SO GREAT!!! I served it hot with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream!!! My husband is the only one who missed the raisins, my picky kids and friends pickier kids all ate it!

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pixiesmom April 01, 2006

Everyone loves this...I substituted one loaf cinnamon raisin bread for 4 first ingredients...this recipe has made it into my favorites book! Thank you!

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valeriefromWI March 08, 2006

Wow!! I served this at a get together, and the whole pan disappeared. It was a hit. Many of the visitors said it tastes like peach cobbler crust. It was simply DELICIOIUS!!! I am making another as I type by request.

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Mrs. K George March 06, 2006

Oh my yummy! This is wonderful! And I haven't put sauce with it yet! Added more spice for me. Extremely easy! A definite keeper. Thank you!

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CrankyCook July 24, 2005

Delicious bread pudding! Moist but not soggy and had a nice crust to it. I also made him and let it sit about 24 hours before baking. Made the bourbon sauce suggested by Janice1, added 2 tbsp vanilla, no extra whisky and heated up in the microwave. Turned out great! This is a keeper...

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Lisa in Acworth, GA April 01, 2005
Bread Pudding