Friday, July 17, 2009

Maltese Bread Pudding


1 kg bread less the crust (preferably bread that has a hard crust)


1 pkt of mixed fruit or sultanas or both should you desire


50 gr sugar


milk


cocoa powder


1 tablespoon vanilla


pinch nutmeg


1 teaspoon mixed spice


50 gr butter




So this is very simple first heat oven 200 celsius and grease an oven dish. Than soak the bread in the milk for 20 mins add the rest of the ingredients mix well put in the dish and bake till the top is crusty and it feel firm inside. Ain't that one simple recipe? I didn't put the amount for milk or cocoa the reason being that milk you pour enough to cover the bread and the cocoa ou do as much as you like it chocolatey....




Happy baking people!

5 comments:

Dreamgirl said...

Hi

Found you on SITS - and just dropped by to whish you a great weekend!

HOpe the weather is as nice in Malta as in Spain;) Please visit me at SweeterLiving

Magaly Guerrero said...

That looks so good. I could eat it with coffee... mmm

Melissa Miller said...

Hello Melissa,
It's so nice to meet you!
Thank you very much for your kind visit to my blog. I really appreciate it. You're always welcome!

Have a wonderful weekend.
~Warmly, Melissa :)

Alicia said...

great recipe...too bad i can't eat it :)

Yaya said...

Oh yum!

Friday, July 17, 2009

Maltese Bread Pudding


1 kg bread less the crust (preferably bread that has a hard crust)


1 pkt of mixed fruit or sultanas or both should you desire


50 gr sugar


milk


cocoa powder


1 tablespoon vanilla


pinch nutmeg


1 teaspoon mixed spice


50 gr butter




So this is very simple first heat oven 200 celsius and grease an oven dish. Than soak the bread in the milk for 20 mins add the rest of the ingredients mix well put in the dish and bake till the top is crusty and it feel firm inside. Ain't that one simple recipe? I didn't put the amount for milk or cocoa the reason being that milk you pour enough to cover the bread and the cocoa ou do as much as you like it chocolatey....




Happy baking people!

5 comments:

Dreamgirl said...

Hi

Found you on SITS - and just dropped by to whish you a great weekend!

HOpe the weather is as nice in Malta as in Spain;) Please visit me at SweeterLiving

Magaly Guerrero said...

That looks so good. I could eat it with coffee... mmm

Melissa Miller said...

Hello Melissa,
It's so nice to meet you!
Thank you very much for your kind visit to my blog. I really appreciate it. You're always welcome!

Have a wonderful weekend.
~Warmly, Melissa :)

Alicia said...

great recipe...too bad i can't eat it :)

Yaya said...

Oh yum!