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Eat Bread Pudding Inspired By Apple Pie
This recipe made me instantly drool! I’m a huge fan of apple pie and so is my entire family.
My kids and husband gobbled this apple pie bread pudding down like nobody’s business. it was very simple to make. Not only is this recipe great as a dessert but it also makes a wonderful breakfast, too. You are really going to like this! Take it to your next church potluck or family gathering. Bread pudding was actually my dad’s signature recipe – he rarely cooked but this was always a treat. I had no idea it was so easy to make, now I get why he made it so often!
No offense to him of course – I had no complaints! Now I whip it up for my crew and they are always happy to dig in. You’ll definitely get a 5-star review on this bread pudding.
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Quick Tip: Bread pudding isn’t the same without a dollop of Cool Whip on top.