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"very good! not too sweet. didn't have enough buttermilk on hand, used regular milk and was not disappointed by the results. would make again!"
Preheat oven to 350. Butter a low baking dish or individual ramekins. The day old bread can be your choice (French, day old biscuits, corn bread or a combination of some or all of the above).
Cut the bread into 1 inch cubes and set aside. In a mixing bowl combine the remaining ingredients mixing well, making sure the brown sugar isnt lumping up. Add the bread to the mixture, let soak 5 minutes.
Pour the mixture into prepared baking dish and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. Can be served with a Rum Sauce, whipped cream, or fresh fruit. This recipe yields 6 servings.
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M81john 2 years agoI followed the recipe exactly, but there was something about the bananas that seemed off. I probably will not try again.
robinwork 2 years agoI must have done something wrong.
Sweetie59 2 years agoI consider myself an advanced cook and I followed the directions to the letter and it curdled. I don't know what I could have done differently. I usually make a traditional New Orleans bread pudding with whiskey sauce that always comes out great so I will stick to that one.
Crettenberger 4 years agoEasy to make, I added some old cinnamon raisin bagels. Buttermilk makes a creamier "pudding" than milk.
allthatisbianca 4 years agovery good! not too sweet. didn't have enough buttermilk on hand, used regular milk and was not disappointed by the results. would make again!
NascarRick 5 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
kflores71 5 years agoCan I make this with regular milk instead of buttermilk?
cajuntoast 9 years agoBy the way, these are great removed from ramekins and put on a plate, drizzled with chocolate syrup!
cajuntoast 9 years agoDelicious! I baked it in small ramekins, some in a water bath, some not, and both came out well. Would also be great with chocolate chips.