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This was way better than I thought it would be. It is creamy and very good, if you didn't tell people it was made with waffles, they would never know.

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Denise G. November 03, 2012

great way to use up leftover waffles!

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OSUChrissy March 04, 2012

Wow! I can't believe this is so good! I usually think bread puddings are revolting, but with a freezer full of leftover waffles, I was desperate to try anything. For this dish, no one in the family (but me) knew that they were eating leftover waffles. I tore the waffles into small pieces which ended up blending together into a fairly uniformly textured (except for the top), lightly sweet breakfast casserole. I used whole wheat waffles and omitted the jam/jelly because of kids who don't like it. The dish was still terrific. I even served leftovers the next morning! I reheated it in the microwave and then popped it into the toaster oven (set on light toast setting) to crisp up the top crust. My kids added maple syrup and/or cinnamon sugar, but it didn't need it.

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gingera March 05, 2009

mom says this is the best bread pudding she has ever had she will be requesting this quite often

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memaw #2 September 24, 2007
Leftover Waffle Bread Pudding