Bread Pudding

When I was young this is one of my favorite Bread Pudding (katagalugan in Filipino language). Today I want to share this recipe to all “katagalugan” lover like me. It’s easy to make using old bread, but for me I used Panettone bread more tasty. It’s perfect match with coffee, tea or even hot choco. Full of flavor, bread pudding is best to serve while still warm.

INGREDIENTS:

  • 400 grams of Panettone bread torn into pieces
  • 400 ml full cream milk
  • 200 ml heavy cream
  • 1/2 cup sultanas
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 1/2 tbsp mixed spice
  • 2 large egg beaten
  • 100 grams melted butter
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • Brown sugar for sprinkle on top

METHOD:

Pre heat the oven at 170 C , prepared square pan, greased with butter and set aside. In large bowl, put all the bread, pour in the milk and allow to rest for 10 minutes. While the bread is resting, combine the heavy cream, butter, sugar, egg , vanilla extract and mixed spice, mix all together until incorporated. Then add to the bread mixture and fold in the sultanas using wooden spoon gently fold all together and pour to the prepared pan, sprinkle the brown sugar on top evenly. Bake for 1 hour or until the bread pudding turn to golden brown. It’s best served while still warm.

Hope you give a try for my recipe 😊🙏.

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Megala says:

    Wow! This looks super delicious!

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  2. Ahh. Wonderful comfort food. I like to sprinkle a bit of cinnamon on top before baking.

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    1. Yes you can much better taste is used nutmeg for that recipe

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  4. Nena says:

    Hi namesake! I’m glad to have found your blog and I found a simple recipe of my fav bread pudding too. I wonder what is a sultanas, I found another recipe from the net using just an old white bread but with condensed milk instead of sugar. Don’t you put any raising powder anymore? hope you don’t mind I ask too much. thanks a lot!

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    1. Hi thank you for visiting my blog post. Sultanas is a kind of dried grapes

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