Pumpkin Cranberry Bread Pudding
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 3 hours
Makes8 servings (1-1/3 cups sauce)
LOVE this recipe! Cut in half for my smaller crockpot, and served with maple syrup (cuz I was too lazy to make the vanilla sauce - lol). I also just used white, homemade bread. Still...What a keeper!
I could eat ANYTHING pumpkin & be happy. This was so easy to make.
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Oh wow! This was amazing! I made homemade bread (I didn't have cinnamon bread) and added one tsp cinnamon and a dash of vanilla. I have been craving a caramel pecan sauce, so I made that for the sauce. It was SO good! Thanks for sharing - this will definitely be one I will make over and over!
oops ... cooked almost 4 hours and was using cornwaring casserole dishes. Probably could have cooked at higher temp but did not want to burn! Keeps extremely well in refrig too...
Make-over ... I doubled the receipe and baked in a 9x13 casserole (made 2 for meals-on-wheels) baked at 325 for 2-1/2 hours.Since I could not find plain cinnamon bread I used Roman Meal and increased cinnamon to 1 tablespoon. Did not want any left-over pumpkin so used the entire 29oz can. Since I decided not to make sauce and had the half & half used 1 cup milk and 1 cup half & half.Used part dried cranberries and part fresh in one; and used all fresh in the other -- the all fresh was much better. If I used dry again I would definitely hydrate them before using.Will definitely use this again since it was well received -- even a couple of volumteers helping took some of the leftovers!!! Thanks for sharing & I will definitely try in the slow cooker when I don't need to serve 41 folks!
Very nice warming dessert. I left the cranberries out cuz I don't really care for them. Also I think it needs a bit more of a crunch so I think next time I'll add nuts.
I absolutely LOVED this bread pudding. It was very moist - very easy to make - and extremely flavorful. I keep sneaking the leftovers - and can't wait to make it again. This will be a Thanksgiving staple at our house!
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This was easy and delicious! I loved the fact that you could put it in the slow cooker ahead of time and then forget about it! I cooked mine for 3.5 hours and one side did get a little burnt, so I would probably only do 3 hours next time. Our only problem was the sauce - it never turned amber, and eventually clumped up into wet sugar, so we used caramel ice cream topping instead. Will definitely be a go-to recipe for a fall dessert.