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Apple Walnut Bread Pudding

Apple Walnut Bread Pudding recipe
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Apples, walnuts and cinnamon are together again—this time in a luscious bread pudding that takes only 20 minutes to prep.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 30 min
servings
total:
12 servings, 2/3 cup each
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posted:
11/9/2003
Don't understand why this site continues to say 'Be the first to review this recipe' when about 2 weeks ago there were about 20 reviews!! Made this for a third time and used home-grown Winesap apples. Again, it was EXCELLENT!!! For those of you who thought that this recipe was too dry or not sweet enough, I would suggest that perhaps you used too many French bread cubes. (Don't know how the author of this recipe could equate one whole loaf of French bread to 4 cups of cubes--the 2 amounts are in no way the same.) I have had good luck with about 4-1/2 cups of cubed bread. Do try this recipe as it is SUPER EASY & turns out AWESOME!!!
posted:
9/30/2003
This was a very good desert! I only wished I would have measured the French bread out. I just used a whole loaf. It was good but I think it could have been better I think.
posted:
9/16/2003
posted:
9/10/2003
This recipe needed sugar! It was almost tasteless.
posted:
2/22/2003
I thought it was to dry and just didn't care for the taste of it.
posted:
11/20/2002
used cranberries & pecans with apples - 19 yr old son and friends ate all - no leftovers - they requested I make for thanksgiving holiday.
posted:
10/29/2002
This was a wonderful dessert!! The whole family enjoyed it even down to my 1 year old niece! We are planning onmaking it again for Thanksgiving!
posted:
10/25/2002
I also recommend making this with whole wheat bread and using skim milk. Tastes great and adds a little extra flavor. For small children I cut out the walnuts and added raisins.They soften during baking, and no choking involved :-)
posted:
10/15/2002
I used the sugar free pudding and it worked just fine. I would suggest a slightly small pan so that the bread would be a little moister. Really good with my homegrown spie apples.
posted:
10/4/2002
Easy preparation, great flavor; fast becoming a family favorite!
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