Cider Donut Bread Pudding with Applejack Sauce
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SallyCan November 12, 2010
I was waiting for you to post a recipe for this one. Looks delicious, of course.
Oui, C. November 12, 2010
I was feeling pretty good about my bread pudding recipe until I saw this one...what a brilliant interpretation. The big challenge for me in making this will be to not eat the donuts so they can get a little stale. Cider donuts, warm from the fryer are the pinnacle of the donut making craft (IMHO), and this recipe takes them even one step closer to perfection. - Awesome! - S
American G. November 10, 2010
I love this recipe. It makes me miss the farmers markets when we lived in Brooklyn. We always rewarded ourselves with a few of these donuts and ate them rite away still warm. Not sure how you ended up with any uneaten, but I will definitely be stashing this recipe away. Next time I come across some apple cider donuts, I'll just get extra. My husband will surely send you a letter of personal thanks if I do. Awesome recipe!
MrsWheelbarrow November 11, 2010
You ask a good question - how did we end up with any uneaten? I'm afraid they were stale when purchased, which at first made me sad, but once stirred into bread pudding, made us all feel a little bit lucky!
mrslarkin November 10, 2010
this looks heavenly! You are genius, Mrs. W., and/or evil!
Lizthechef November 10, 2010
I rarely meet a bread pudding I don't adore and know that yours will taste divine!
MrsWheelbarrow November 10, 2010
Thanks, DrBabs! I love Commanders. Their bread pudding souffle is divine.
drbabs November 10, 2010
Mrs. Wheelbarrow! Great recipe! (Even though i hate donuts; i know, not american, but there it is.) Love the Commander's Palace reference--my brother was the manager of Commander's in the late 80's/ early 90's!
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