October 1, 2013

Apple Bread Pudding

Filed under: Baking — faithscookies @ 5:13 pm

Wish I could say it ‘feels like Fall’ in sunny Florida but unfortunately it’s still in the 90 degree range most days….I’m definitely ready for some cooler weather. When we lived in New Jersey, my Husband and I used to love to go Apple picking with friends. I’ve made many an apple dessert but never actually tried Bread Pudding (or as they say in England, Bread & Butter Pudding). I searched online and found an easy and delicious sounding recipe from Carla Hall (The Chew). I didn’t use heavy cream in mine as didn’t have any, so for a lighter version, I used 2% milk. I also used Peter’s Orchards ‘Jonathan’ Apples, never used these before but they are slightly sweet apples …..if you follow the recipe it’s extremely simple, just need to have patience, as the hardest thing for me to do was to leave the bread pudding to sit at room temperature for an hour, I managed about 40 minutes and then popped it in the oven to bake……

In England, we’d probably serve it with custard (I can find the custard powder in Publix) but we’ll probably eat it plain or with some whipping cream!

The recipe is linked below and I’ve attached a few photos of my Apple Bread Pudding…..Thanks Carla for the recipe….



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