Old Fashioned Bread Pudding

PennyAuthorPenny
10DifficultyBeginner

use your baking cupboard staples and old bread to make this . Delicious warm with custard or cold as a cake

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Yields1 Serving

 8oz old bread , brown or white , crusts removed
 1/2 pint milk
 8oz dried fruits ( sultanas , raisins , currants )
 2oz suet
 2-3tbspn mixed spice
 2oz soft brown sugar , you can use ordinary caster sugar
 1 beaten egg
 Grated nutmeg ( optional )
 1 tbspn granulated sugar

1

Break the bread into small pieces and put into a bowl

4

Pour over the milk and leave for 30 minutes

7

Heat the oven to 180C

9

Beat the bread and milk mixture together with a fork

12

Grease a 7" tin

14

Add all the fruit , brown sugar , suet ,egg and spice to the bread and mix really well to combine ( you may need to get your hands in )

17

Pour into the prepared tin and flatten the top

20

Grate a little nutmeg over the top

23

Bake in centre of the oven for 1-1.5 hrs

26

Take out of oven and sprinkle over the granulated sugar

29

Leave to cool in the in

Ingredients

 8oz old bread , brown or white , crusts removed
 1/2 pint milk
 8oz dried fruits ( sultanas , raisins , currants )
 2oz suet
 2-3tbspn mixed spice
 2oz soft brown sugar , you can use ordinary caster sugar
 1 beaten egg
 Grated nutmeg ( optional )
 1 tbspn granulated sugar

Directions

1

Break the bread into small pieces and put into a bowl

4

Pour over the milk and leave for 30 minutes

7

Heat the oven to 180C

9

Beat the bread and milk mixture together with a fork

12

Grease a 7" tin

14

Add all the fruit , brown sugar , suet ,egg and spice to the bread and mix really well to combine ( you may need to get your hands in )

17

Pour into the prepared tin and flatten the top

20

Grate a little nutmeg over the top

23

Bake in centre of the oven for 1-1.5 hrs

26

Take out of oven and sprinkle over the granulated sugar

29

Leave to cool in the in

Old Fashioned Bread Pudding