Apple Bread Pudding

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • In large bowl, toss bread cubes and apples together.
  • In separate bowl, whisk together brown sugar and eggs.
  • Add evaporated milk, skim milk, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg and whisk again.
  • Pour egg/milk mixture over bread cubes and apples.
  • Stir well and let stand 5 minutes for bread to absorb liquid.
  • Transfer mixture to an 8 x 8"- baking pan coated with non-stick spray, ensuring apples are evenly distributed.
  • Bake 50 minutes or until bread is deep golden brown and puffed up.
  • A knife inserted in the centre should come out clean.

Questions & Replies

  1. The recipe calls for 4 cinnamon-raisin that 4 loaves or slices?!??


  1. Thanks for this fabulous recipe, Dancer. We have thoroughly enjoyed this bread pudding. I had some cinnamon raisin bread just sitting in the fridge, and I was going to toss it, but then I found this recipe and decided that this was putting that bread to better use ;) Tastes DELICOUS....its very easy to prepare...and leftovers taste fabulous cold hehe :) Thanks!!! [edited] I wanted to edit my review to state that I have now made this recipe today (31 March 2004) for the 4th time since February 24, 2004). I made it a second time to take to a dear friend's birthday, a third time for my family, and now a 4th time because my fiance was craving it so much, because he just loves it. Thanks so much for this recipe! :)
  2. Delicious! The perfect fall dessert. I served it with Mrs. Richardson's caramel sauce and everyone loved it. I think I probably should have chopped the apple into smaller pieces, but it came out fine.
  3. I was looking for an apple bread pudding recipe and came upon this. Turned out, I had raisin bread that had been sitting in the freezer for over 2 year and was appropriately stale! The pudding smelled delicious while cooking and was even better in my tummy! Thanks for a delicious recipe!
  4. Easy and yummy - I subbed yellow peaches for apples and it was a great success .
  5. Great. Relatively easy. Smells good coking. I liked the two textures of bread and cooked apples. I also added chopped apricots, as I love them. I will make this again.



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