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Fri, Nov 30 2012 post by Yvonne From triedandtasty

Southern Bread Pudding

If you are a bread pudding fan, this recipe will become a holiday favorite with you and yours.

When you think of fall, cooler weather, crisp leaves, and fresh air, what do you think of? I think of comfort food. Crock pot meals that simmer all day long smelling up the entire house. What better way to follow up a hearty meal than with a warm, comforting dessert? Bread pudding screams fall. It's warm, it's moist and it's especially wonderful topped with a dollop of ice cream!

 

This Rhodes bread pudding is warm, moist and wonderfully topped with a dollop of ice cream!

Round up the following: Rhodes™ White Bread baked and cubed (the recipe calls for 6 c. cubed = 1 loaf Rhodes White Bread), eggs, sugar, vanilla, nutmeg (if you are in to that sort of thing... if you are like me, then nutmeg = YUCK!), cinnamon, milk, raisins, chopped pecans, melted butter, and ice cream or whipping cream (optional)

 

 

This Rhodes bread pudding is warm, moist and wonderfully topped with a dollop of ice cream!

This part is fun! In a large bowl, beat eggs on high speed until frothy.

 

 

This Rhodes bread pudding is warm, moist and wonderfully topped with a dollop of ice cream!

Add sugar, vanilla, nutmeg (if you must :) ), and cinnamon. It will transform in to a pudding like mixture right before your eyes!

 

 

This Rhodes bread pudding is warm, moist and wonderfully topped with a dollop of ice cream!

Continue beating on a lower speed while adding milk.

 

 

This Rhodes bread pudding is warm, moist and wonderfully topped with a dollop of ice cream!

In a large bowl combine the bread crumbs, raisins, and chopped pecans. With some of the melted butter, brush inside of a 9-inch square pan.

 

 

This Rhodes bread pudding is warm, moist and wonderfully topped with a dollop of ice cream!

Gently fold the milk/egg mixture in with the bread cubes, raisins and pecans. You want to be careful to keep the bread in tact.

 

 

This Rhodes bread pudding is warm, moist and wonderfully topped with a dollop of ice cream!

Add the remaining butter to the bread mixture. Gently stir together.

 

 

This Rhodes bread pudding is warm, moist and wonderfully topped with a dollop of ice cream!

Pour mixture into buttered pan. Cover, refrigerate and let soak for 40- 60 minutes. Remove from refrigerator, uncover and bake at 325°F 45-60 minutes or until firm and brown.

 

 

This Rhodes bread pudding is warm, moist and wonderfully topped with a dollop of ice cream!

By this point, your kitchen will smell wonderful! Cool slightly and cut into squares. Serve warm with ice cream or whipping cream.

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Southern Bread Pudding

Servings: 9 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 15 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 45-60 min

If you are a bread pudding fan, this recipe will become a holiday favorite with you and yours.

Southern Bread Pudding
4.2 / 5  (5 votes, 6 reviews )

Ingredients

6 cups Rhodes White Bread, baked and cubed
3 eggs
2 cups milk or cream
1 cup sugar
2 teaspoon vanilla
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 cup butter, melted
1/2 cup raisins
3/4 cup chopped pecans
ice cream or whipping cream, if desired

Instructions

In a large bowl, beat eggs on high speed until frothy. Add milk and sugar and continue beating. Add vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon and melted butter and beat again. Gently fold in bread cubes, raisins and pecans. Pour mixture into a sprayed 9-inch square pan. Cover and refrigerate for 40- 60 minutes.

Remove from refrigerator, uncover and bake at 325°F 45-60 minutes or until firm and brown.

Cool slightly and cut into squares. Serve warm with ice cream or whipping cream if desired.

6 Comments

mardel said on Jan 01, 2013
how mant loafs of bread do i need to bake to make 6 cups of cubes thank you
Valorie said on Oct 22, 2014
You need to bake 1 loaf of Rhodes bread=6 cups. At least that is what it says in the beginning of this post! Thank you!
Gaye Lee said on Dec 04, 2012
I can see that there are 3 eggs... the rest of the ingredients I'm a bit lost on. Did I miss the link with the actual recipe?
Gaye Lee said on Dec 04, 2012
Found it! :P
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