pudding tagged posts
I just made these “puddings” for dessert tomorrow night as we’re having guests over. They came out of the oven looking just like they do in the photo and smell delicious! I used 3 TBSP. butter as the conversion from grams. -All other measurements as stated. I also used lite coconut milk. The folding-in of the egg whites took a little time – be patient.Read More
Yes, you read that right. The “cream” is pudding like in consistency so, of course, feel free to eat it sans crepe. Peter and I each ate 3 cream filled crepes and we were very well satiated to say the least. There was enough cream leftover for another serving.Grocery Girl Banana, Pecan, and Coconut Cream Crepe Filling2013-07-18 15:58:06Serve this delicious pudding style cream as dessert or for breakfast within crepes.Prep Time15 minCook Time20 minTotal Time35 minPrep Time15 minCook Time20 minTotal Time35 minIngredients
- 1/2 cup chopped pecans
- 1/2 cup unsweetened shredded coconut or flakes (sweetened if you can't find unsweetened)
- 3 TBS...
What that character known as the Easter Bunny eats while visiting Hawaii over Christmas.
I needed to use up some carrots. Also, I happen to really like bread pudding (If you haven’t noticed.) and pineapple bread pudding is pretty top notch in general in my opinion. Springtime makes me want pineapple. (This is not the case for my husband, Peter, but he stated of this tested recipe, “If it weren’t for the pineapple, I’d give it high marks.”)
This bread pudding does NOT need to rest in the fridge overnight. You can make it right before the meal. Also, for people who don’t care for the soft texture characteristic of most bread puddings, the carrot lends this dish a bit of a bite. Enjoy!Grocery Girl Pineapple and Carrot Bread Pudding2013-06-15 15:34:55A sweet and economical dish...
Here’s another recipe I’ve added to in order to improve upon it. You may find after tasting the finished product that the other 4,999 people are going to have to fend for themselves.
A pastry cutter will be useful to you in making the topping.
I recommend eating this dish with a side of bacon.
Baked Apple French Toast
The French toast:
- 20 slices of French bread (1 inch thick)
- 1 can (21 oz.) apple pie filling
- 1 pear – peeled and chopped into small pieces
- 8 eggs, slightly beaten
- 2 cups milk
- 2 tsp. vanilla extract
- 1/2 tsp. ground ginger
- 1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
- 1/2 tsp. ground nutmeg
Arrange 10 slices of bread in a greased 13X9 baking dish. Spread with pie filling, evenly distribute pear pieces over filling, and top with remaining bread...Read More