Sunday, August 12, 2007

Oatmeals Bread pudding

Everyone know how to make french toast, this is one's is kind of like french toast but baked instead of fried.

It is so nice for breakfast. I soaked the bread overnight and left it in the refrigerator. Just used your leftover bread or stale bread.


1 loaf of stale bread

5 eggs beat lightly

4 cups of milk

1 tbs Maple syrup

1/2 tsp salt

1 tbs cinnamon powder

1tbs vanilla essence

1/2 cup raisin or dried cranberries

For sprinkle on the top:

1/2 cup oatmeal

3 tbs maple syrup

2 tbs brown sugar

1 tbs demarara sugar

4 tbs butter


Cut square 6cm x 6cm bread, put in the Pyrex glass that already brush with butter, beat the egg with fork mix it with milk, maple syrup, salt,cinnamon powder,vanilla. Add the milk mixture to the bread, add the raisin or dried cranberries, leaf it overnight.

In the morning, make the sprinkle for the top, melt the butter,add brown sugar, maple sugar, take out from the heat add oatmeal, sprinkle on the top of the bread, and sprinkle with Demarara sugar, baked for around 40 minutes or until golden brown, 180 C


Isha said...

wow looks easy to make and yup yummy also ^_^

Everything4sweets said...

Hi Isha, yes this is easy to make, just use your leftover/stale bread, the oatmeal on the top make the pudding crunchy, Yummm

wita said...

wonderful blog, love it!

Everything4sweets said...

Thanks for the nice comment :)

Retno Prihadana said...

It looks tasty.

Everything4sweets said...

Hi, Retno, thanks for dropping by.

Patricia Scarpin said...

This is totally new to me! It looks good!

Everything4sweets said...

Hi Patricia, this one so easy to make for breakfast :)

Isha said...

hi everything4sweet,
you dont need to soak the soy bean. just wash it, drain and then fry it in the hot oil. hope its helps.

Everything4sweets said...

Hi Isha,
Thanks :)