Christine’s Sweet Bread Pudding Recipe

Thought I would share another recipe with you which I love making.  I love to make bread pudding because you just use your hands to make it.  I have so much fun squeezing the water out of the bread, not sure that my kitchen enjoys it as I sometimes make a bit of a mess but that where the fun comes in, well it does for me!

Bread Pudding Ingredients:

  • One loaf of white bread
  • 4 oz Butter or margarine
  • 4 oz Sugar
  • 33g Mixed spice
  • 8 oz  Sultanas
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C, 180C Fan or Gas 4.
  2. Soak the bread in water. Squeeze the water out of the bread and place in a large mixing bowl.
  3. Add the butter/margarine use your hands to squeeze the butter/margarine into the wet bread.
  4. Add the sugar, mixed spice and sultanas to the mixture.
  5. Place the mixture into a baking dish, then add some nobs of butter on top of the mixture.
  6. Bake in the oven for 1 hour, or until golden-brown on top.

HAVE FUN, HAPPY BAKING

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Photo of bread pudding with a crispy golden-brown top.

Written by Christine Edmead, ELVis Administration and Information Officer

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East London Vision (ELVis) is the subgroup for the 7 geographical areas that naturally cover all of east London north of the Thames: • Barking and Dagenham • City and Hackney • Havering • Newham • Redbridge • Tower Hamlets • Waltham Forest. ELVis is designed to provide an effective and efficient way of ensuring that vision impaired people living in East London get the support and services they need. It is an umbrella organisation with voluntary sector, user led representation in each of the east London boroughs. Our vision is that everyone living in East London experiencing, or at risk of, any form of sight loss, receives a high quality service relevant to their need and at a time appropriate for themselves. Our aim is to enhance & link vision impaired services and organisations throughout East London, improving the quality of life for blind and partially sighted people and increasing individual independence.

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