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Raisin and Apple Bread & Butter Pudding

February 14, 2013

Bad Bread

So someone very close to me (naming no names) had a bit of a disaster when they were making their sandwich.  The bread was frozen and the sandwich maker tried to separate their bread, but unfortunately breaking their bread turned into an epic battle.  The bread had frozen together and the slices looked rather mutated.  The sandwich maker wanted to neglect the bread and dispose of the whole loaf.  I took it upon myself to show a sense of humanity and turned the bread into my version of a lovely British classic… Bread & Butter Pudding.



15 slices of bread, margarine, 60ml skimmed milk, 80g light brown sugar, 250g raisins, 2 eggs, 3 tsps mixed spice,  1 apple  (wedged).



1. Remove the crusts from the slices of bread.
2. Not using the darker parts of the crusts, crumble the crusts into breadcrumbs into a small bowl and set aside.
3. Butter one side of each of the bread slices.
4. Cut the bread into triangles.
5. Arrange into a oven proof dish.
6. In a medium bowl break in 1 egg and milk with the milk, sugar and raisins.
7. Add the spice and mix in.
8. Place the apple wedges amongst the bread slices.
9. Pour over the spiced egg milk mix.
10. Break the over egg into the bread crumbs and mix with a splash of milk.
11. Spread this over the top.
12. Sprinkle some sugar over the top.
13. Bake at 180 degrees C for 25 minutes.
14. Leave to cool for 10 minutes before serving.


Saffy’s Serving Ideas:

1. Fresh Fruit and Custard.
2. Mashed Stewed Apples.
3. Melted Chocolate.


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