Citrus flavoured sweet juicy cherries sandwiched in lashings of moist crusted bread; Cherry Bread Pudding.
Temper your hunger. And, bite into something wet.
This dish will burst your belief that vegan food can’t be simple to drum up.
- When you’re feeling lazy for a dessert and don’t want to put too much effort in
- When you’re got some stale bread hanging around and rather repurpose it
- When the fridge is virtually empty and you’ve got mates coming over for a bite and need a dessert that’s pretty easy to make
Cherry Bread Pudding was inspired when I was feeling sluggish one time and just didn’t want much effort for greatest amount of taste.
Cherry Bread Pudding is another of those really simple recipes that looks awesome and great for dinner parties. Sometimes, I just want to be able to use up my leftover ingredients; stale bread, makes a perfect pick me up.
Cherry Bread Pudding is vegan.
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- 250g Stale bread (multigrain in this recipe)
- 500g Cherry Conserve (see recipe - https://www.ethivegan.com/recipe-cherry-conserve-vegan-paleo/)
- Cut stale bread into triangles and half stuff 4 ramekin dishes. Pour in some of the liquid and add some cherries.
- Squash more bread over. it all in. Cover the cherry conserve, using more of the liquid element. Get your hands stuck in to squeeze out the liquid to ensure that it is thoroughly covered.
- Place in the fridge overnight.
- Turn over the ramekins onto serving dishes and serve.