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Eat Down the House: Three Treasures Bread Pudding

Three Treasures Bread Pudding

Please welcome guest blogger Sonia, my oldest sister and Restaurant Baby #1, as she eats down her house with bread pudding.

Yesterday, Restaurant Baby #3 Allison had a fondue dinner party. We were left with a lot of bite-size pieces of bread. You know what that means . . . bread pudding! I love bread pudding, but do not make it very often because Kim does a good job of eating up the bread we buy. No stale bread means no bread pudding.

With Mark Bittman’s recipe from How to Cook Everything, I added bourbon-soaked raisins and apricots, vanilla bean, semi-sweet chocolate chips, and apples (also from last night’s fondue party).



The four “treasures” in the pudding.

I also did not use French bread since none was on hand. The bread crust is also left on for two reasons: 1) I see no need to cut perfectly edible parts out , and 2) I like my bread hearty and with substance. The recipe below does not include the chocolate chips because that was a bit too sweet for my taste.

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2 comments

1 Lee Ann { 05.02.11 at 8:17 AM }

I have TONS of stale bread at home. You can make bread pudding whenever you visit DC!

And Mmmm ~ any type of food with some liquor in it makes it super yummy!

2 Madeline Leung { 05.02.11 at 1:39 PM }

Lee Ann – from your well stashed baking pantry of dried fruits, nuts, chocolate – you can make a 10 treasures bread pudding 0.O

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