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October 25, 2007

Peach Apricot Bread Pudding



There are recipes that are handed down through generations. Intact as they pass from mother to daughter until they reach the likes of moi! Some day, I'll share my grandmother's recipe for a bread pudding with all of you. It is what I consider the ultimate comfort dessert. For now, you'll all have to be content with my new version. Peachy, you say. I agree.


I made this last night for dessert. And I'll have more of it through this week. And I'll also send a bowlful to Mansi for the A Fruit A Month (AFAM) event.


4 slices Brown Bread

2 tbsp Peach Apricot Crush, diluted with 2 tbsp water

1 cup Milk

3 tbsp Sugar


Soak the bread slices in the peach apricot juice mixture and arrange in a baking dish.


Bring the milk to a boil and add the sugar to it. Pour this mixture over the bread slices and cook in a microwave for 8-10 minutes. Enjoy it hot. Keep it in the fridge and enjoy it cold for a few days after that.


I'll upload the pictures of this dish later. Have been swamped and haven't had a chance to upload any pictures from my camera.

24 comments:

SMN said...

lovely recipe...

Asha said...

Sounds great Raaga, take your time!:))

Kribha said...

Recipe sounds good. Will wait for the pic too.

Padmaja said...

hey nice n simple recipe!! wan't wait to see that bowlful you are sending to Mansi

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Sounds delicious and easy t make....Nice entry raaga!!

bee said...

just 4 ingredients? and no butter? i love such recipes.

Rajitha said...

yum..sounds good girl..but u are telling me that you keep this in the fridge and eat for many days...now i would have been done with it the same night...waiting for the looker ;)

sunita said...

Sounds delicious...waiting for the pics.

Mansi Desai said...

Sure Raafa..send me a pic when you upload one! This is a great pudding..I'm gonna make something similar:) Thanks for taking time to participate girl!!

Rina said...

Can't wait to see the pics. Lovely recipe.

Mishmash ! said...

quick fix and yummy isn't it :) I like such easy ones

random thoughts said...

hi raaga,
this is the first time i'm commenting on ur blog although i check it everyday.your recipes are always so wonderful and this one sure is a winner.i just wanted to ask if the peach-apricot crush could be replaced with mapro strawberry crush.
keep the good job going!
apoorva

Cinnamon said...

That sounds very delicious Raaga.... waiting for the pics :)

Jeena said...

Great recipe Raaga .:)

Sharmi said...

very simple and nice recipe:)

Cynthia said...

Were you away? It just occured to me that I have not visited your blog in a while. Love the idea of the peachy bread pudding.

Priyanka said...

Sounds just peachy:) post the pics soon.

Latha Narasimhan said...

Nice recipe! I was just wondering why no peach recipe from you!:))
Actually I am alright and it is just a small burn. Lakshmi wrote my meme!:)) My only problem is that when I have too much A/C work I cannot bloghop!

Sig said...

I am back for the picture, where is it girlie? :D

Vcuisine said...

Interesting recipe Raaga. Viji

Sia said...

raaga, u have not posted any new recipe since 25th !!!! i am amazed;) tc girl...

Bharathy said...

Belated b'day greetings raaga!!
Yes!! sweetie, you are already in our list!..

Midnight Snack said...

This looks delicious! Anyone know where to find peaches in Mumbai?

Julie said...

The best comfort foods are always the simplest recipes. Thank you for sharing yours!