Light Bread Pudding

"I was really craving bread pudding, but didn't want to spend all the calories (one had 1,000 per serving) on it. Found this one...only 150 calories, and 2 WW points!"
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Ready In:
1hr 10mins




  • Preheat oven to 325*.
  • Put bread in a greased 9 x 9 pan
  • Combine all ingredients and pour over bread.
  • Bake uncovered for one hour.

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  1. KenpoDragon124
    Great! Had a craving and wanted something light and this was it! I used a small bread loaf pan and broke my bread into pieces. Also, i added granola and almond extract which made it really tasty. An excellent topping I created was a little bit of rum with some light butter for a sauce, and i topped it with a tablespoon of fat free cool whip. Would definitely make again! Very easy!
  2. brokenburner
    I've been meaning to try bread pudding for a long time ... I'm glad I tried this one!! I used three sections of a whole wheat breakaway challah, which I sliced. I think I'd try to cube them next time, just so it feels a little less like French toast. I skipped the raisins due to personal preference, and used soymilk. Thanks for posting!! ETA -- I tried cubing the bread, and it did work out much better. Also, for anyone who wants to cut it down to a single serving... I used a small whole wheat roll, one egg white, 1/3 cup soy milk, 2 T Splenda, 1 t applesauce, 1 t vanilla, 1/4 t cinnamon, and a pinch each nutmeg and salt. I baked it in a small round Pyrex dish for about twenty minutes.
  3. skimble_kitten
    sorry i havent rated this before, i have made it 4 times! i used light soy milk and i had to keep it in the oven on 350 for a hour and a half, but other that that this was AWESOME!!!!



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