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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Eggless Bread and Chocolate Chips Pudding

After preparing the French Country Bread with sourdough starter for The Daring Baker Challenge, the question of how to use it arises. I made this delicious pudding with one whole bread. This is an eggless version and it is loaded with chocolate chips. It tastes great and makes a great breakfast / evening snack. I have used alot of milk because the bread was dense. If you are using store bought soft bread then reduce the quantity of milk and custard powder.



Ingredients:
Milk-3cups
Vanilla Custard Powder-1/2cup
Sugar-3/4cup
Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips-1/4cup
Cut Fruits-1/4cup
Butter-4tbs

Procedure:
1. Apply butter to the square tin.
2. Cut bread into chunks and place it in the tin without leaving space.
3. Mix vanilla custard powder, sugar and milk.
4. Pour it over the bread pieces. Sprinkle chocolate chips and cut fruits on the bread slices.
5. Preheat oven to 200C.
6. Bake the pudding for 30minutes or until the top is golden.
7. Allow the temperature to drop down to just warm.
8. Cut and serve.

Place the chunks in the tin


Pour the custard, chocolate chips and cut fruits


Cut and serve

Today is the final day of week long Blogging Marathon#11 and I enjoyed 14 days of fun. I hope you too enjoyed it a lot. Sending this to Yeastspotting and Julie's Christmas Delicacy.

24 comments:

  1. looks very nice, i am making this tomorrow

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  2. Wow Gayathri..that looks so colourful!

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  3. Colorful and yummy looking bread pudding...

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  4. Well done Gayathri, wat a fabulous pudding.

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  5. Pudding looks delicious & love the first click!

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  6. Wow, it looks yummy. happy new year in advance :)

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  7. Love that pudding is an eggless version. I was loking for it. :)
    Can I substitute chocolate bread? I have plenty of it in my fridge.

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  8. Suma! Try out this pudding with any bread. If the bread is very soft, please remember to reduce the amount of milk, because it may become soggy...

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  9. thats came out very good! and yummy use for the bread! good one!

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  10. Wonderful one of my favorite dessart looks so tempting

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  11. That first picture looks so luscious :) Lovely pudding!

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  12. yummy and inviting pudding. Feel like grabbing.

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  13. Easy n yummy recipie.hey,is it 4 teaspoon or tablespoon of butter.Also,did use the entire butter only for the tin or we have to apply som to the bread as well..?Pls clarify...planin to make this soon.thanks:-)

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    1. I am sorry I was not clear about it. It was 4tbs of butter. After applying for the tin I used the remaining butter on bread slices. Place them in tin after applying.

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