Excellent recipe and tasted delicious. Got really good comments from MIL who is a really good dessert cook. Only reason I have given 4 not 5 stars is because I was left with a lot of tofee sauce which I have frozen now to use some other time. I also sprinkled some raisins on top. Delicious recipe and if hubby is lucky, will be making again!
This was so tasty. It will replace my old bread and butter pudding recipe. I couldn't find brioche so I used white bread instead. Thanks for a great recipe.
Excellent! A wonderful bread pudding. Have to agree with CouyntryLady and Calee this is delicious. An awesome version of an old classic and one I can't wait to share with family and friends - the perfect fall and winter dessert for our long prairie winters - comfort food at it's best. Thinking it would make for a lovely addition to a family brunch. Made using white bread. My conversion of 1 ounce of butter equalling 2 tablespoons must have been right on because the results made for a winner at our house. Thank you FT.
This is a delicious, quick & easy version of bread pudding! I used "home-made" cinnamon bread from the local bakery, Ontario Spy baking apples and scattered about 1/4 cup of raisins over each layer of bread ......... then topped off with vanilla frozen yogurt. Thanx FT for sharing!
This bread pudding is *TDF* Love it. Followed your directions to a T and love the flavor of the apples and the toffee. So rich. I used homemade brioche bread and The yeild was about 8 cups of cubed bread and apples were 4 cups of diced. I baked it for 20 minutes. Mine didnt come out as saucy as yours did in the photos but the taste was all there. This recipe has fast become a family favorite. Thanks French Tart for sharing this recipe.