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My Bread Pudding

Ahoy hoy there foodies!

I hope the week is going great for all of you as it is for me!

Today I am bringing you guys a recipe from when I was actually still in Culinary School. Yes, once upon a time, I went to Monroe College and completed the Baking and Pastry Arts program back in 2013. It was one of my proudest moments because I redeemed myself there. I also learned so much. A good portion of the recipes I will be posting have come from my time as a Pastry Chef and Cupcakery Owner.

I never really cared for Bread Pudding because I was used to the Hispanic one. Then Chef Molloy rocked my work when he introduced me to this. The ice cream it was paired with was one of the best I had ever had. Later on, I now realize it was just Condensed Milk Ice Cream. It is still great because it compliments the spicy notes in this dish.

According to the Chef who taught me everything I know, he told us in our second week that bread pudding is basically a pudding that is meant to be more cake-like than anything. I have carried this with me. I still like this one better than my mother’s and that is a huge deal considering most of my recipes are reboots to hers.

My bread pudding

I hope you guys love this recipe. It is super simple and most of the ingredients are probably already in the pantry.

I really want to see your pictures of this. Please share and post your pictures either here or tag me #tctastytravels on IG.

Signing off,

Tasha C.

Recipe: Tasha C.
Picture: Live Well Bake Often

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2 thoughts on “My Bread Pudding

  1. Nice recipe love the addition of a dash of rum we call that bread pudding in the Uk…Bread pudding is a different dish, bread, eggs, sultanas, spices and melted butter and old eEnglish recipe…It is interesting how around the world these two seem to get muddled…lol We Brits love to stir the pot…lol Thank you for the follow 🙂

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