Apple Bread Pudding – all the flavors of fall in one easy and delicious dish! Perfect for a warm breakfast or afternoon snack! Thank you to Newman’s Own Organics for sponsoring today’s post.
This time our sponsor is Newman’s Own Organics. In our package from Newman’s, we received three bags of dried fruit and a package of Hermits, a deliciously soft, spiced cookie. Well we’re big fans of fruit in our house, but I have to say that dried fruit was a first! But each of the fruits we received tasted fantastic! I think our favorite to snack on, as is, was the berry blend. But I can imagine that they would taste amazing in muffins or any number of baked goods! And I really enjoyed the Hermits. I was surprised, too, that my kids loved them. Now there’s one cookie that I wouldn’t mind them snacking on here and there. We also received a bag of dried apples, and I knew instantly what I wanted to do with them: bread pudding.
Apple Bread Pudding
- 2 eggs
- 1 c. sugar
- 1 qt. milk
- 1 tsp. vanilla
- 1 stick of butter 8 Tbsp.
- 1 stale baguette
- 1 c. Newman's Own Organic Apples
Blend the eggs with the sugar, add 1 quart of milk and vanilla; stir well.
Break the baguette into small pieces and add to mixture.
Cut up dried apples into small pieces and add to the mixture.
Soak (I allowed it to soak for about an hour).
Pour into a baking dish and cover with 1 block of butter and sprinkle with cinnamon or nutmeg.
Bake for 1 hour in a 350 degree oven.
The apples just added an extra layer of flavor to an already classic and tasty bread pudding recipe. You’ve got to give it a try!
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Newman’s Own Organics products were received in order to facilitate this review, but all opinions are 100% my own.
The apple bread pudding sounds so good! I’ve never had bread pudding with apples – may have to try this. Visiting from SNAP linkup 🙂
Thanks Nicole! It was a first for me too. I thought it turned out quite yummy! But then again I love anything apples and cinnamon! Thanks for stopping by!
Jill @ KitchenFunWithMy3Sons says
Love this! Would love for you to share this at our Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday link party…just posted it!
Shared! Thanks for stopping by Jill!
Debra Elliott says
Stopping by from Overflowing with Creativity blog hop
Hi Debra! Thanks for stopping by!
le chateau des fleurs says
I woud love if you link this recipe to the French party on Monday!!
Done! Thanks for the invitation!
Hi there! I’m visiting from Craft-O-Manic Monday. This looks incredible! I am now a new follower and would be honored if you would visit and follow me back at https://lifeofblocks.blogspot.com/ Thanks!
Thanks for stopping by Anastasia!
Thanks so much for linking. This is a lovely recipe. I can’t see the link to the French party, i may have passed it. Have a super week!
Hehe, added! You asked that I link up, so I did it right then and there and hadn’t had a chance to update the post yet. Hope you have a great week as well! xo
Kaitlin @ Wunderbar says
Yum! My husband loves bread pudding. I’ll have to try this!
Oh that’s great Kaitlin! You’ll have to let me know!
Bonnie and Trish @ Uncommon says
Absolutely yummy looking!!! Featured this tonight at the party! Stop by and grab a button! 😉 Bonnie
Thanks Bonnie! I will definitely go check it out!
This looks so good! Great idea to add apples to bread pudding…maybe once things cool down and I want to turn on my oven again, I will try this one!
It’s worth the heat Sarah! Thanks for stopping by!
[email protected] Press says
I love bread pudding, but never would have thought to add apples – looks delicious
Heather it was pretty good!
Hello! I just came across this recipe and can’t wait to try it. One question: How much butter is in a “block?” I did an online search & the consensus was that a block was a pound, but that seemed excessive. Just wanted to verify. Thank you!
Kimberly Sneed says
Thank you so much for asking Jennifer! I updated the recipe. I used one “stick” of butter, which is a 1/2 cup or 8 tablespoons of butter. I hope that helps!
Thank you so much, Kimberly! I can’t wait to try it – it looks delicious!
What bread do u use??
Kimberly Sneed says
Hi Nikki – we used a french baguette. Hope that helps!