Apple-Apple Bread Pudding

Apple-Apple Bread Pudding... heavy sigh


This week’s TWD selection is Apple-Apple Bread Pudding. Bread Pudding and I do not go well together. Exhibit A. I really did not want to bake this one. But I’m a big fan of Elizabeth of Cake or Death who is the hostess for this week. She has the most fabulous blog and I just LOVE all of her creations. She always manages to add a special touch to make the treat look extra special and elegant.
So I went ahead and made the Apple-Apple Bread Pudding. Because I ❤ Elizabeth that much. Plus EVERYONE absolutely raved about it on the P&Qs. Stater Bros did not have Brioche or Challah bread (what a surprise). So I bought a loaf of Hawaiian Sweet Bread. YAY! Amazingly Stater Bros did have Apple Butter. Interesting stuff. I baked this at the Beau’s house and the only roasting pan he had was too small for the 9×13 pyrex. He had a larger one which I ended up using. Unfortunately, the pyrex pan just barely fit in it and the sides were super deep. I wasn’t able to take it out of the roasting pan to cool on the rack until much later.

Just a tad soggy...


I have to say that I was HOPING this would turn out as good as everyone said it did. It sure smelled scrumptious when it came out of the oven. And I should have taken a picture of it right out of the oven because it looked so beautifully puffy and inviting. But I was too embarrassed about the roasting pan sitch. The Beau was not interested in trying it. I tried a piece of it and was disappointed. I couldn’t exactly cut a slice out. Which is dumb of me I guess since bread pudding kind of implies a pudding-like consistency. I thought perhaps the water from the water bath had somehow leaked it which is why it came out soo soggy. Is it suppose to be soggy? I did like the taste of the caramel apples but not enough to make me bake this again. I’m going to end my relationship with Bread Pudding. It’s totally not the Apple-Apple Bread Pudding, it’s me. That’s right, it’s not Apple-Apple Bread Pudding, it’s me. And I mean that sincerely. Really.

Apple-Apple Bread Pudding, it's time we have a serious talk about our relationship...


Now go visit Elizabeth and be amazed! And get the recipe if you’re in a good relationship with Bread Pudding. Check out the other TWD Bakers who have good relationships too…

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Next Week: Banana Coconut Ice Cream Pie

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7 responses to this post.

  1. Sorry you didn’t like this one. Congrats on ending a difficult relationship with bread pudding though!

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  2. Good for you for trying. My husband doesn’t like bread pudding, so I skipped this week. I heart Elizabeth too, so I feel bad! I like it, but not enough to just make it for myself.

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  3. It’s me, too. Just not a fan. But I made it for the same reason as you–Love Liz. First time was a big bomb. Yesterday I played around with toast/apple butter/apples and “pudding”/yogurt. That was good!
    I think it is supposed to be a bit soggy. 😦

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  4. SO many of the TWD folks did not want to make this and then were very pleased after they did! I think it’s wonderful it turned out tasting so good! You BP looks great!

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  5. i have never tried hawaiian sweet bread before… this looks good!

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  6. The bread pudding looks like it turned out really nice. Sorry it wasn’t a huge hit for you.

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  7. Posted by teaandscones on May 20, 2010 at 4:00 pm

    Love it or hate it. That’s the way it is with BP. And I don’t mean the OIL company. It is one of my favorites and I am sorry this was not good for you. But it looks delicious. May have to try this with Hawaiian bread.

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