SW BREAD PUD!

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  1. Gemma1986

    Gemma1986 Im just me!

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    Has anyone on here tried making the sw bread pud yet?
     
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  3. *angie*

    *angie* loves food and cooking

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    I developed my own recipe for my class a couple of months ago based on an old delia recipe - it is fantastic, and so low in syns!

    which recipe are you asking about?
     
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    *angie* loves food and cooking

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    This is my recipe, obviously I would recommend it :D

    Old Fashioned Bread Pudding

    serves 4 (large pieces) or 16 (small pieces)!! freezes great

    large piece each = 1HB + 3 syns
    Small piece each = 2 syns

    Ingredients:

    227g wholemeal bread, torn into pieces - can use crusts and slightly stale bread
    300 - 350ml skimmed milk (the more crusts you include, the more milk you need)
    50g dried raisins/currants etc
    6tbsp splenda
    2tsp mixed spice
    1 egg, beaten
    nutmeg

    Tear the bread into small pieces, and pour the milk over to soak. Leave for about 30mins. Use a fork or spoon to mush it down and remove any visible pieces.

    Stir in the fruit, splenda, spice and egg. Stir well.

    Pour into a frylighted non stick tin. Grate some nutmeg on the top.

    (I used an 8inch square tin which gave huge 4 inch square pieces! (or 16 x 2 inch square pieces) but next time I may make it in a loaf tin to get 'deeper' slices)

    Cook at 160 deg (fan oven) so about 180 deg, non fan for 1 1/4 hours.

    eat warm or cold

    by Angie, Sudbury group
     
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