i love it!!!
I was looking for a sauce for bread pudding that doesn't include butter. So many of the sauces call for butter and I didn't want a greasy, oily sauce. This one fit the bill. It had the perfect amount of sweetness and the rum was delicious in it. Next time I will try this bread pudding recipe instead of just the sauce.
Delicious! The rum sauce was a special treat (and quite good), but I am going to make the pudding again and skip the extra calories of the sauce :) . I like that this is like a souffle. Made for ZWT 9.
Just delicious !! Brilliantly easy to do - I even left a child to get it out of the oven ! I did not make the sauce as I had added a leftover bowl of diced apple to the mix and my kids - although big - are not fans of rum flavouring. I also added loads of sultanas and cinnamon - heavy handed as usual !!
Absolutely divine!! The next time I will use less sugar in the sauce though, other than that I loved it and so did my friends.
Delicious Boomette! We don't care for raisins, so I used 2 chopped rome apples. Otherwise made exactly as written - I used 1% lactose free milk. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful recipe! Made for 1.2.3 Hits
5 stars all the way! made pretty much as stated, although I increased the raisins and used half milk and half and half, also I increased the vanilla to 2 teaspoons I used a regular size unsliced Italian bread with crusts removed, the rum sauce if absolutely heavenly, thanks for sharing this great recipe Boomie!
Top notch bread pudding. I skipped the raisins and replaced the ask for amount of sugar with 1/3 the amount of Splenda Brown Sugar in the pudding and it was sweet enough. I made 4 servings and for the sauce I used 2 Tbsp of Splenda Brown Sugar (which was quite enough) in place of the ask for 1 cup! The rum was Malibu and it was YUMM. Also I used fat free evap milk for the cream. My lightened version is a true treat so I'm sure that the full fat recipe would be heavenly. I would still cut way back on the sugar if I had no restrictions however.