Bread pudding

Cosy, comforting bread pudding – just like Nanny used to make.


400 grams bread (preferably stale)
200 grams dried fr
four tea spoons of mixed spi
Nut meg to ta
100 grams of butter (ideally melte
Half pint of m

Half pint cold strong tea

200 grams of Brown sugar.

– serves 3/4

1. Cut the crust off of the bread and then cut the remaining bread into four squares. Add to a mixing bowel and pour over the milk and cold tea, cover and leave for 45 mins to an ho

2. Take the bread from the milk squeezing out all of the milk from the bread put the squeezed out bread into a new bowl. Add the fruit, spice, sugar, butter, and mix together, once everything is well mixed add the mixture to an oven proof dish and place in a preheated oven gas mark 7 for 30 mi

3. Ideally the top should be baked with a slight crust, and the inside will be sponge like with a slight wet textu

4. Remove from the baking dish and sprikle with brown sugar to taste. Serve either hot or leave to cool and eat c

If you want to make a larger pudding, measure the weight of the bread that you have and then half all of the other ingredients. So… 800 grams of bread use 400 grams fruit, sugar, butter etc use spice to ta



5 thoughts on “Bread pudding

  1. Hi R

    This is an awesome site. I have the most amazing dinkum NY Cheesecake Recipe which I’ll forward onto you. You will never ever look at another cheesecake recipe ever again.

    Liz x

  2. Right!

    Just had my first go at bread pudding using your ‘special’ guest’s recipe. Last time I tried another web recipe it said ‘add egg’. I’m not sure if it was the egg or me but it ended up like a giant biscuit that even the dog wouldn’t eat!

    Should be ready about 8.15pm —— Mmmmm, can’t wait.

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