How to Make a Delicious No-Bake Bread Pudding Recipe


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No bread pudding can be made with any kind of bread that you like. It doesn’t even have to be fresh from the oven! You can make do-it-yourself bread pudding with bread that has been frozen. It makes a delicious dessert regardless of whether you prepare it the night before or the day of. Read on to find out how to make this delectable pudding.

The Preparation and Procedure

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Prepare the ingredients: mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Butter an 8 inch 4-inch baking pan.

In a non-stick frying pan, mix 3 egg whites and a cup of low-fat milk. When combined, break up the yolks and add sugar. Mix until combined and then beat in the rest of the milk and vanilla.

In a clean bowl, mix together one cup of sour cream, three tablespoons of sugar, and one tablespoon of flour. Mix until completely blended. Add the remaining ingredients and mix until completely blended. Spoon the mixture into your baking pan and bake in the oven for approximately twenty minutes. Let cool and then frost using a graham cracker.

If desired, you may also bake your no-bake bread pudding in the preheated oven. Just use the oven’s back burner. Bring the oven’s temperature down to 350 degrees F and preheat the oven. When the preheating process is complete, use the rack to prepare your graham cracker.

Once the preheated oven has come to temperature, remove your pan and place it in the cold oven. Using your stand mixer, beat the yolks to your desired consistency. Once beaten, remove from the oven and allow to cool. Then, remove the yolks from their shell and gently pour them into your prepared bread pudding recipe.

The Delicious Topping and Other Recipe

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Place your graham cracker over the prepared bread. Then spoon the browned sugar over the cracker and top with the rest of the ingredients. Give a couple of minutes for the sugar to liquefy. Then cut into wedges and serve. If you like, you may also cook the caramel bread pudding mixture in your electric blender. This will make a delicious topping for your dessert.

As you dig in, you’ll notice that there is an incredible amount of flavor. The key is in the brown sugar. There is no substitute for a good old-fashioned homemade brown sugar. You can add various flavors to the mixture such as apple cider, cinnamon, or even honey. You can also put in whatever nuts you like to give it a nice taste.

In addition to the bread, you’ll want to have some milk. You should have about a cup of low-fat or skim milk. If you can, buy organic whole milk because organic products are much healthier. Then, mix in one tablespoon of the milk along with one-fourth teaspoon of the sugar. Mix thoroughly so all the ingredients are combined before putting them in the preheated oven.

You can vary the ingredients in this bread pudding recipe. The only limits are your imagination. Add any fruit you like to the pudding. Alternately mix in a little cream if you wish. You could also use frozen fruit if you don’t have time to sit around and cook the pudding.

Once your ingredients are mixed, pour in your large bowl of warm water. Whisk your egg yolks until they are light and frothy. Next, add in your half a cup of skim milk or half a cup of heavy cream. Stir this well so that the milk mixture does not run.

If you wish to have your cake cooked in a slightly warmer oven, place the large bowl of warm water in the microwave. Place your uncooked egg whites in your large bowl. Scrape down the bowl so you can stir these well. Mix in your vanilla extract and mix in your sugar.

Put your uncooked rice and milk into a mixing bowl and beat these together to combine. Once this is done, add in your two tablespoons of sugar. Cover the bowl with your preheated vegetable oil. Turn your oven on and preheat the oven for approximately one hour. When your timer rings, take your preheated vegetable oil out of the oven and cook your meat and milk mixture into the preheated oil.

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