Bread pudding with apple and cinnamon. Leftover recipes at it’s best. Tastes like an apple pie on your plate, but without the butter. A warm dessert, great for cold days.
Winter = apple time. At least in this household. We love apples and I process them all over, we eat them plain as a snack, of course. But I also make Apple jelly, desserts and cakes, and also a delicious apple stew. Every winter it’s apple time and all the dishes come by.
Now I had some leftover bread last week. That might not sound strange to you, but here it’s an exception. With three sons, from who two teenagers, I blink my eyes and the bread is gone. A lot of bread is eaten every week. But this time very strange, there was still some leftover. And stale bread is not one of our favorites. So I decided to make a delicious bread pudding with apples. And of course, cinnamon, because apple and cinnamon is a golden combination. Bake in the oven and you get a delicious dessert. A bit of an apple pie on your plate. A warm dessert, which was great welcome given the cold days.
So if you’ve got some leftover bread and some apples, then this tip: make this bread pudding with apple and cinnamon. It’s delicious
- The crust of bread which becomes also a leftover from this dish, can be dried further and then crushed. That way you make your own breadcrumbs. Great for later use in a casserole or other purpose.
- I used baking spray to oil my baking dish. But if you don’t have that near you, or you don’t want to use it, brush the baking dish with some sunflower oil or soft butter.
Recipe Bread pudding with apple and cinnamon
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