Recipe by CHRISW
"Serve warm or chilled!"
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16 thick slices
raisin bread, cubed
This was overall a good recipe. It is almost as good as one with heavy cream, real butter and a long baking time. You do need to mix a little of the hot milk mix with the egg to avoid bits of cooked egg. I also had bits of hard dry bread on the top like maybe I used too much? I also made a quick sauce of caro syrup maple syrup some spiced rum and some butter which I poured over the top. This helped with the dryness. I will absolutely make this again.
This tasted ok while it was still warm out of the microwave, but it was too thick. The recipe calls for too much bread. I know micro times vary, but I cooked this on med heat for 15 min, and it was too dry and overdone.
Really nice with whole grain bread.
I cut the sugar in half and it still turns out awesome. LOVE this recipe!!
This is very easy as I always have a loaf in the feezer. Quick to make when unexpected guest drop in. I would suggest that the lass who had bits of uncooked egg through the dish she take a spoon full of the hot mixture , mix it in with the egg before adding the egg. This witth stop that problem
This recipe is great for a quick "southern comfort" dessert. I made a few adjustments based on what was in my pantry and the suggestions others made:
1.) I cut back the number of bread slices to 12 because I like more of a "custard" based bread pudding. I used Ezekiel frozen cinnamon raisin bread that I toasted a little to thaw and the taste was wonderful
2.) I used half brown sugar/half white sugar for the sugar and cinnamon sprinkled over the cubed bread. Next time, I'm going to try just 1/4 c brown sugar with the cinnamon because it was a little too sweet.
3.) Instead of raisins, I used dried blueberries. They have so much flavor and made for a nice tart contrast to the sweet bread.
4.) I used my corning ware with a glass lid instead of plastic wrap in the microwave.
I served it with homemade whipped cream and my guests finished the entire dish. Thanks for the great idea of making this yummy classic in the microwave.
Made this for a girls' night and it was a big hit. My roommate warned me not to make it anymore because it just put him in a coma.
This was alright. I got little bits of cooked egg. But other than that, not too bad.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Microwave Raisin Bread Pudding
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 155
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