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Carrot Bread Pudding


Last week I made a carrot bread pudding.  I thought it would be quite tasty adding the carrots, pineapple and nuts to the bread filling.  I have in the past made a peach bread pudding plus a pumpkin one.

I made this carrot bread pudding last night and added cream cheese frosting.

 I wanted to use my new decorative Nordic Ware Crown bundt pan. You can purchase it HERE.


To make the carrot curls, I used my Carrot Curler and Peeler.


Yield: 10-12
Author: Linda - adapted
Carrot Bread Pudding

Carrot Bread Pudding

Yummy carrot cake type Bread Pudding
Cook to 75 Min Total time: 75 Min

Ingredients

  • 12 cups dry bread- cut into cubes
  •  4 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 4 teaspoons cinnamon
  • 4 Tablespoons melted butter
  • 4 cups milk
  • 2 cup brown sugar
  • 2 cup grated carrots
  • 8 oz crushed pineapple- drain-save the juice
  • 1 cup shopped walnuts

Instructions

  1. Place cubed bread on baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes at 200 degrees
  2. Shred carrots
  3. Drain pineapple
  4. Met 2 tablespoons butter in a saucepan.  Add the cup of grated carrots, pineapple and brown sugar. Cook on medium heat, stirring constantly until sugar dissolves and carrots soften.  5 min.
  5. Remove from heat and slowly whisk in milk, 1/4 cup pineapple juice, cinnamon, salt and vanilla.  Cool
  6. In a small bowl beat eggs.  Temper the eggs with amount of the carrots mixture.  Then add eggs to carrot mixture slowly.  Add walnuts.
  7. Add toasted bread and let soak in milk mixture about 10 minutes.
  8. Preheat oven to 350.   Spray pan. Pour bread mixture into 9X13 pan and bake 75 minutes until toothpick is clean.
  9. This recipe is doubled.  If you want a smaller version, then use an 8X8 pan and bake for 50 minutes.


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20 comments:

  1. Hi Linda,
    OMG this looks and sounds so delish. Love that carrot curler. So fun. Have a great week. xoxo Kris

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  2. Man, that looks good! I had "Hawaiian bread pudding" once in Maui and it was very similar to your recipe but used macadamia nuts instead of walnuts. It was so delicious that I went bavk to the restaurant again and had it a second time, LOL! Also, I lust after all things Nordic Ware. But I have never actually bought a pan because then I would bake too much and eat too many carbs, alas. So I just go to a local kitchen store that carries a huge selection of Nordic Ware and spend a while fondling the pans.

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    1. Thanks Debra. I bet the Hawaiian version was quite yummy. I can just see you fondling the cake pans. LO

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  3. I want me a carrot curler now! LOL! I have never heard of this dish. Thanks for sharing. Happy Wednesday dear Linda. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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    1. It is pretty inexpensive and so fun Cindy. Thank you. Hugs

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  4. What an impressive looking cake you've made! It is definitely a huge wow to serve up on your table! Your recipe sounds soo good, and while I don't have an impressive Nordic bundt pan, I think it would be fun to make this for my ladies group. Thank you for sharing sweet Linda, enjoy Fall's happy days :)

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  5. Ooh I love how pretty this is! The recipe sounds doable and I love the carrot curler!

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  6. It's almost too pretty to eat! It sounds divine Linda, what a perfect Fall indulgence!
    Jenna

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  7. That carrot curler is so cool!! I may have to get one for my little baker.

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  8. It's beautiful!
    From one carrot curler to another:)I had bought it to make roses..GREAT pan.

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  9. The carrot pudding cake sounds delicious and such a pretty presentation Linda. I haven't seen this pan yet, I have the cathedral pan and use it a lot. Lovely for the season........

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  10. OMG..Carrot cake is one of my favorites and this is over the top!! Looks so yummy..I'll have to save this recipe for sure..just in case I decide to cook some day..Maybe a special occasion..Thanks for sharing..

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    1. If you love carrot cake, then you will love this carrot bread pudding.

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  11. You made carrot bread pudding cake with the curled carrots for decoration. I bet it tastes delicious and the perfect dessert for fall.

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    1. Thank you Julie. I love the curled carrots. So fun.

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  12. I LOVE bread pudding and your carrot cake version sounds fabulous, lovely Linda. I think I need a carrot curler!

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  13. O. M. G. That is a work of art, and sounds absolutely decadent! Although I'm a baker, I've never made bread pudding. Your recipe sounds easy enough.....I'm going to pin it for future reference.

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  14. I love carrot cake and I love bread pudding. Mixed together, it sounds deliciously sinful! Have a wonderful weekend, dear Linda.

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  15. This looks and sounds absolutely fabulous -- and so delectable! Oh, this would make a fabulous Thanksgiving dessert -- more off the grid than pumpkin pie!

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