Cinnamon Bread Pudding

"you cant go wrong with this. It is delicious, and it hits the spot after a long day."
 
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Cinnamon Bread Pudding created by twissis
Ready In:
3hrs 10mins
Ingredients:
9
Yields:
6-8 puddings
Serves:
6-8
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directions

  • Place cubed bread or rolls in slow cooker sprayed with vegetable cooking spray.
  • In a mixixng bowl, combine milk, eggs, both sugars, butter, vanilla, and nutmeg and beat until smooth.
  • Stir in pecans.
  • Cover and cook on low for 3 hours.
  • Seerve with lemon sauce or whipped topping.

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  1. wls5306
    Made this today and it is wonderful. Followed the recipe and added some cooked apple I had. Who doesn't like apples and cinnamon. Big hit with the ily. definitely will make again.
     
  2. Annacia
    I'm rating this 5 stars because of ease to make, use of ingredients on hand, and overall satisfaction. DH loved it as written, for me it was a little over sweet ( I used Splenda granulated and Splenda brown blend with the brown being half the ask for amount). Skipped the pecans but used almond milk and it really made a very tasty bread pudding. I would make this again with a bit less sweetness.
     
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    Cinnamon Bread Pudding Created by twissis
  4. twissis
    I chose your recipe cuz it was simple, ingredient-friendly & did not require making a sauce that would add to the prep time cal as we love bread pudding & mostly view a sauce as overkill. I used frozen crusty rolls & added 1 tsp grd cinnamon to indroduce that flavor. My orig intent was to use my crockpot, but I oven-baked it as the other reviewers when I got short of time. Except for the poss opt add of raisins, I would not chg a thing about this recipe. It easily serves 8 IMHO & the ingredient combo produces a lovely caramel flavor that works well plain or w/a variety of sauces, ice cream, etc. Thx for sharing this recipe w/us. :-) ... Edited To Add: Your recipe encored for guests last nite & I made a more recipe-faithful version in my crock-pot using an Icelandic treat called "Kanilsnudar" (= cinnamon twist) that I'd describe as "soft biscuit-like cookies". I left out the pecans due to a DH dietary restriction & served it w/Recipe #489592 by Annacia after I molded warm servings in ramekins. We loved it again & I was able to get a photo this time. :-)
     
  5. Sydney Mike
    Bought a cinnamon swirl loaf at a local Farmers' Market just for this recipe & was very happy with the results, although being the raisin-lover that I am, I'd probably add some of them the next time around! But, the idea of using left over cinnamon bread of any kind makes this a great keeper, I think! Thanks for sharing it! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
     

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