Bread Pudding Recipe - Cakescottage
Old fashioned bread pudding with vanilla,bourbon or caramel sauce is an easy and simple homestead recipe to use up eggs, milk and stale bread. Comfort food at its best – breakfast, dessert, or snack!
Creamy Caramel Flan
A small slice of this impressively rich, creamy flan dessert goes a long way. What a delightful finish for a special meal or holiday celebration. —Pat Forete, Miami, Florida
Easy Raspberry Mousse
With just 10 minutes of effort, you can create this luscious, Easy Raspberry Mousse at home yourself. Just 5 simple ingredients, including frozen raspberries so you can have this melt in the mouth, eggless mousse any time of year.
To Make this Recipe You’Il need the Following Ingredients: Ingredients : 2/3 c. Minute Rice 2 3/4 c. milk 1/3 c. sugar 1 tbsp. butter 1/2 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. vanilla 1/4 tsp. nutmeg Cinnamon 1/2 c. raisins Directions : First step : Combine Minute Rice, milk & raisins, sugar, butter, salt, vanilla & nutmeg …
Leftover Remix: Glazed Donut Bread Pudding
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Classic Egg Custard - In the Instant Pot! - Kind of Domestic
This Instant Pot egg custard is absolutely delicious. It has the perfect custard texture with just a hint of vanilla and nutmeg and it’s not overly sweet.
Creamy Stovetop Rice Pudding
This is a lovely creamy rice pudding that is very simple to make. I got this recipe many, many years ago from a local farm paper. It is the best rice pudding I've ever tasted.
Raisin Bread Pudding - At Home With My Honey
Brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg will fill your kitchen with sweet aromas and sweet memories of happy faces around your table. Serve this delicious Raisin Bread Pudding with whipped cream or with milk for breakfast for a change of pace. Recipe courtesy and reprinted with permission of Very Best Baking By Nestle
Creole Bread Pudding Recipe - Food.com
Recipe is from the historic Brennan's Restaurant in Houston, Texas. The Restaurant first opened in 1967 as a sister restaurant to the world famous Commander's Palace in New Orleans. Definitely not low calorie - would be a great special occasion dessert. Note: I am not fond of whiskey in my sauce; therefore, I prefer to leave it out entirely and use vanilla extract instead.