Bread and butter pudding

Leftover white toast which I bake a week before. I wrap them tightly in clingwrap and kept in the fridge. I certainly do not want to toss them into the bin cos it took me 4.5 hours to get the white loaf.

 

And I turn them into Bread and Butter Pudding which is traditionally popular in British dessert. It’s essentially a baked form of French Toast, they are called “lost bread” or also Pain Perdu (in french). It’s a way to reclaim stale bread as the bread is softened by dipping in an egg/milk mixture.

I added some raisins and chopped almonds.

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5 Responses to Bread and butter pudding

  1. Rebecca says:

    Hi Elyn!

    I make bread pudding too when there’s leftover bread. Very yummy. Will learn from you and bake them in individual ramekins. Hee, I usually bake it in an oven-proof dish.

    Very very nice pics! I especially like the second and third pics.

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  3. Michelle says:

    You take pretty gorgeous shots. Feast for the eye. ;)

  4. Elyn says:

    Hi Rebecca, I din really like this one hence din post up the recipe, it’s too “custard”. Actually I miss the one when I learn during the home economics lesson, I could not find that book now. Thanks for your kind words for the photography, am still trying to figure out what is what, it’s definitely another interesting hobby. I like your pictures too!

  5. Elyn says:

    Hi Michelle, thanks for your kind words :)

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