64 Reviews

This is so good! I added a t of vanilla and a pinch of cinnamon to the milk after heating. Very quick and easy! Thanks Lennie, this is a good one!!

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MizzNezz June 17, 2002

very good and easy was the quickest dessert i ever made.thanks lennie

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southern chef in louisiana September 24, 2002

To: Lennie This is by far the easiest Bread Pudding I've ever tried. It's a boon to busy cooks everywhere! I sprinkled cinnamon-sugar on top and served. Just delicious, that's all. Thanks for sharing, Laudee C.

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Laudee August 14, 2002

I am a big fan of bread pudding, but I could never quite get it right until now! Thanks for the recipe, it will definitely used over and over in my kitchen!

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gardenz June 24, 2002

This is a great recipe, especially if you're a busy working mom/dad that has to get dinner on the table in a hurry. We have light suppers during the week, and this was a very good choice. I used some leftover challah bread, it really sopped up the milk and sugar, delicious! My kids aren't raisin fans (Mom, there are bugs in my supper!), so I left them out. This is one dish that will be made over and over again. Good one, Lennie!

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Mirj June 20, 2002

I have been making bread and butter pudding for many years, but never in the microwave. This is so easy and tastes great, love the brown sugar flavour, I added a little vanilla essence to the egg mixture too. Yum!

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Evie* June 14, 2002

This recipe is virtually failproof! It's so quick and easy! I really hate rasins, so i substituded chocolate chips and it turned out perfect! Now I have another reason to turn my microwave on beides heating leftovers or warming coffee! Thanks Lennie!

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yooper June 13, 2002

This was excellent! I used leftover homemade bread though and used a 1/2 tsp of rum extract in with the milk. I added a dash of cinnamon and a dusting of nutmeg on top. Thanks so much for such an easy delicious recipe.

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MythThyng December 19, 2002

Fantastic! And so easy to make! Thanks heaps Lenny. I did add 1 teaspoon of vanila essence to my milk mixture. And I swirled a cinnamon stick in the warm mixture for a while too...just for a little extra flavour. After I have added everything in, i sprinkled some nutmeg powder on top before popping it into the microwave. A smell was great after it was done. I might add some almond slices on top next time before serving. Def. a dish to be served warm. Much nicer. Great recipe..., if you are wondering if you should try it...TRY it!! Fast and easy. Effort and taste does not equate. IT taste great...takes soooooooo little time.

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KitchenManiac October 20, 2002

What a great dessert for those of us expecting company with no time for dessert. I used half milk and half half & half and 3 eggs and added a teaspoon of vanilla to the milk mixture. I substituted dried cherries for the raisins. It is delicious! I plan to serve with ice cream, cherry sauce and real whipped cream. Thanks. This is a great recipe for me. We are not dessert eaters and I sometimes forget to fix for company.

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Vicki in AZ September 27, 2002
Bread Pudding in the Microwave