I have been making this delicious bread pudding since the early 90s, but recently I made it with some leftover brioche. The results were company-worthy. Combining maple syrup, light spices, and rich bread into a mixture of eggs and milk is always appetizing but steaming it this way guarantees a light, silky texture. Maple B... Continue Reading
I first made this recipe in the early 1980s in my talking microwave, which had a 750-watt capacity. Today’s microwave ovens provide at least 1200-watts of power. I have made a few changes. Lately, I have been making this pudding with brioche. My husband brought it home from the local grocery store when he couldn’t ... Continue Reading
(From scratch, using flour, cooked in the microwave oven) This filling is delicious, chilled in a bowl, or served on a hot summer day from the freezer. Make it with or without meringue. It is also the perfect filling for prebaked tarts or pie shells. Make sure you have granulated sugar, all-purpose flour, salt, 3 eggs, a jui... Continue Reading
I have been making this recipe since the early 1980s. I have a 1200 watt microwave oven, and I cook this recipe at Power 8. Your plain rice can be cooked in your preferred way: steamer, pressure cooker, stovetop, microwave, or conventional oven. Ingredients: 3 beaten eggs 2 cups of milk 1/3 cup of sugar 1 teaspoon o... Continue Reading
My husband, the boy from the Get a Bigger Wagon stories, truly loves this pudding. He keeps the leftovers in the fridge and happily warms further servings in the microwave. He assures me that this pudding keeps well for three days. I found the original recipe, written in fountain pen, in my mother’s personal cookbook, whi... Continue Reading
Ingredients: 1 egg ¼ cup of brown sugar ½ cup of maple syrup ½ cup of milk 1½ cups of all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon of salt ½ teaspoon of baking soda ½ teaspoon of ground cinnamon ¼ teaspoon of ground nutmeg ¼ cup of cold butter, cut into small pieces ½ cup of chopped dates 1½ cups of peeled apples, chopped ... Continue Reading
The Boy considers this pudding to be almost as tasty as his favourite cookies. Step One: 1 ½ cups brown sugar, light or dark ¼ cup cornstarch ½ teaspoon salt Whisk the above ingredients, together, in a medium-sized saucepan. Step Two: 3 cups whole milk 4 large egg yolks Have 2 tablespoons of butter measured and s... Continue Reading
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