Pumpkin Praline Bread Pudding

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Get out the big spoons! This Pumpkin Praline Bread Pudding demands that you eat a full bowl and enjoy the sweet and sumptuous flavors of praline and pumpkin. What a wonderful treat any time of the year, and especially around Thanksgiving when pumpkin is just the right food for you and your family to eat. It just fits the crisp air and cool nights, don’t you think? And this dish is fabulous (of course, I have to declare a predilection for pudding of almost any variety). Before you decide whether or not to make this fabulous dessert, check out the photo on the website. You can almost taste the caramel and praline sauce, the warm bread pudding and the sweet spices that are included in this recipe.

This is a wonderful recipe and a great way to introduce your family to the world of puddings, if they are new to them. A pudding is a real comfort food, and can be made in almost every flavor you can think up such as lemon, chocolate, or, as here, pumpkin. And this particular recipe loads the pudding with perfectly complementary spices that enhance the flavors wonderfully well. All these superlatives may have you thinking that a pudding just cannot taste that good, but try this one, and you will see why bread puddings are found in the finest restaurants around the world.

A bread pudding is trickier to make than sometimes acknowledged. It is important to get the type of bread right and then to be sure that it is quite stale. Be sure to break up or chop the pieces so they are approximately the same size, and then saturate all of them with the liquid that goes in to the pudding. Other than that, enjoy this fabulous dessert.Find out how to make this recipe and many others at the website, Flavor Mosaic, by following the link below.

Nutrition Facts for: Pumpkin Praline Bread Pudding From Flavor Mosaic
Ingredients: Day old bread, heavy cream, half and half cream, pumpkin puree, granulated sugar, butter, eggs, vanilla, pumpkin pie spice, unsalted butter, brown sugar, toasted pecans,
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 16 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 415, Calories from Fat 243, Total Fat 27.0g 42%, Saturated Fat 14.2g 71%, Cholesterol 103mg 34%, Sodium 321mg 13%, Potassium 172mg 5%, Carbohydrates 40.5g 14%, Dietary Fiber 2.4g 10%, Sugars 23.8g, Protein 5.4g, Vitamin A 98%, Vitamin C 2%, Calcium 10%, Iron 11%

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