This twist on a comfort food classic is sure to please your family or weekend guests. This traditional bread pudding has extra nutrition and taste using cracked-wheat bread and pumpkin. The simple brown sugar-yogurt sauce is a perfect complement to this dessert!
Pumpkin Bread Pudding with Brown Sugar-Yogurt Sauc
by C. Carol
, Madison Heights, MI on Jun. 2010
I don't know why it took me so long to try this. It was awesome and I don't like bread pudding. I think it was the pumpkin that got me. I also used egg bread, Husband said it would be better with ice cream. So next time for sure. Thank you again for another keeper.
by R. Raymond
, WOOD DALE, IL on Feb. 2010
What a mouth Watering pie
by s. sheila
, Winter Haven, FL on Feb. 2010
That sounds so moist and healthy too!
by J. Jon
, on Feb. 2010
I have never heard of this before, so I just had to try it. I love it!
by s. sharon
, NORTH BATTLEFORD, SK on Feb. 2010
this is an excellent easy recipe.
Easy and Delicious
by j. jim
, EVANSTON, IL on Feb. 2010
My wife makes great pumpkin bread, so I wanted to surprise her with my own delicious pumpkin treat. This one was easy enough for a novice baker. Pumpkin and cranberries--what's not to like?!
Great twist on Bread Pudding
by P. Phyllis
, Vancouver, WA on Feb. 2010
What a nice change for bread pudding.
Everyone can have the traditional - with an extra spicey flavor - and enjoy every bite!
by S. Suzie
, on Feb. 2010
Very good recipe! I love it!!
great for fall
by R. Robin
, KINGSLAND, GA on Feb. 2010
love new variations of bread pudding and the yogurt sauce give it tanginess
by j. jenny
, Tumwater, WA on Jan. 2010
I like using extra vanilla and spices--at least double to add more flavor.
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