Bread pudding!! Yes, please! I love bread pudding! (And exclamation points!) Oh dear, I can't stop! So excited! Let's get started!
Hold the phone. I have to make bread for the bread pudding? What the? I thought I'd just have to get a loaf of bread. Well this changes everything. Yes, everything. (If everything is this recipe.) In my day, we made bread pudding with a loaf of day old bread. Sorry, I just had a birthday and I think I may have hit the 'I remember when' age. Why we used to have to walk a mile uphill to get a loaf of bread. Sorry...again. Let's get started for real now.
So, step one: Make a chocolate-chunk pumpkin bread.
and spice and everything nice.
this yummy bread.)
Cake release. Can't get enough of that release. Bread needs it too. Don't judge my baked good's needs.
This is another quick bread, no mixer required. And in no time, it is ready for the oven.
Step two: Make the bread pudding.
The second loaf gets cut into chunks and toasted in the oven.
|Look Madge, I'm soaking in it!|
Finished product. Won't win any beauty pageants but does win on taste. Better to taste good than look good. (Baked good mantra.)
A little vanilla ice cream on the side is a perfect partner with this bread pudding. It was good, but I think I'd be happier with it in loaf style. It really is a good bread on its own. I do love the pumpkin flavours though. Perfect fall weather eats. But it isn't fall yet...I'm looking at you Starbucks...and all the other coffee shops. As much as I love a pumpkin spice latte, I feel now is just too soon. At least wait until the first day of fall! I mean really!! (This rant brought to you by Old Lady Cranky Pants.) Don't get me wrong, I
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