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bread and butter pudding

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Serves 4

it tastes very very good you will past this recipe to your children and they will past this recipe on to theres.It is a great recipe from a sunday pudding

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  • A white loaf of bread
  • some raisins
  • sugar
  • milk


    1. Add one layer of bread in a bowl squash it down then splash in some milk add sugar and some raisins do that until you reach the top of the bowl.
    2. Finley put it in the oven till golden brown.
    3. Leave it to cool down for 10 mins.
    4. Last but not lest enjoy eating the lovely pudding

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15th Dec, 2011
I have always made bread and butter pudding this way, it is how my mum used to make it, and it is very nice, much better than the other way in my opinion, and it is easy and cheap to make as the ingredients are always at hand.
4th Feb, 2009
I thought this was supost 2 be bread and butter pudding, it seems more like bread 2 me!
24th Jan, 2009
This is not even Bread Pudding. Sorry Monkey, don't know where you got this from but B & B Pud it ain't. Where's the custard?
18th Jan, 2009
I think this is bread pudding not bread and butter
17th Oct, 2008
I would carefully check the spelling on this recipe
28th Sep, 2008
oh I forgot I added hazelnuts to it and raisens !
28th Sep, 2008
sorry monkey, but I wont be trying that one. I've just made one off Delia's site added my own bits to it and its a treat and half! made with cream, coco, butter, eggs, brandy or rum, sugare and the bread! baked in the oven for around 30mins and took all of mmm minutes for everyone to polish it off! not a soggy milkly bread in site. sorry monkey. give it a try! dont add the rum/brandy if your'giving it to kids.!
23rd Sep, 2008
I had something very similar to this as a child in Yorkshire. It was called Pobby or Pobs and was actually really nice- especially after tonsillitis!
13th Sep, 2008
I agree with Zoe, this recipe is very unimaginative!
15th Aug, 2008
where's the butter in this bread and butter pudding? come on Monkey, everyone knows bread and butter pudding is made with egg custard!! without eggs, you'll just end up with soggy cooked bread!
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