a baked dessert made of buttered bread slices, fruit, milk, eggs, sugar, and spices
Bread pudding is a dessert popular in British cuisine and that of the Southern United States, as well as Belgian and French cuisine.
INSIDER TIP: Bring a collapsible sports chair and (try to) leave room for pecan pie and bread pudding.
Prunes, or French plums, make a fine pudding instead of raisins, either with suet or bread pudding.
A bread pudding is easily made, by boiling the pieces in milk.
He ate his bread pudding without tasting it and tried to talk to Polly about the proposed living room in the Long Island cottage.
Dinner: Thick brown stew, potatoes and cabbage, bread pudding.
Save unshapely pieces for bread pudding, Brown Betty, or stuffings.
I am upon the strictest diet,—a wing of a chicken and a plain rice or bread pudding is the extreme of my gourmanderie.
Eat it with batter pudding, bread pudding, Indian pudding, &c. whether baked or boiled.
Check the bill of fare and see that food not consumed one day is utilized later—waste bread for bread pudding, for example.
I tell you, madam, most distinctly and emphatically, that it is bread pudding and the meanest kind at that.'