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Mother’s Bread Pudding

Mother’s Bread Pudding

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Mother’s Bread Pudding

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Mothers Bread Pudding

Mother's Bread Pudding


  • (3 cups?=4 slices?) bread or sweet rolls (equal to 2 sweet rolls)
  • 3 eggs - well beaten
  • 4 T sugar (maple syrup = good) (+½ tsp cinnamon)
  • salt to taste
  • 2½ cups milk (more or less)
  • 1 tsp. vanilla (____)
  • (opt = ⅓ cup [raisins])


  1. Put bread in buttered baking dish (9" glass - round).
  2. Pour mixture over bread.
  3. Dot with butter (opt.) & nutmeg or cinnamon.

Mother’s Bread Pudding

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