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June 6, 2011

All You Double Chocolate Bread Pudding with Dulce de Leche



Desserts and treats prove to be a popular item in my house, being devoured within hours of being made. My boys like anything with chocolate or sugar, but my husband and I are a little more particular in our preferences. I try to make a variety of dessert recipes so my family doesn't get tired of the same treats, time and time again. The May issue of All You had a recipe for Double Chocolate Bread Pudding with Dulce de Leche, that looked interesting and different from our normal dessert routine.

This recipe is easy to put together, but time consuming. The bread pudding has to sit for an hour after being prepped and then cooked for an hour. The recipes method for preparing the dulce de leche is time consuming and takes about 2 1/2 hours. This isn't a dessert that can be started at the last minute, total time is over 3 hours. The ingredients are easy to find, there was only one type of instant espresso powder available at my local store, so that is the one I used, I don't know if a different brand would have affected the taste. I did modify the way that I prepared the dulce de leche. After two hours mine wasn't thick enough, so I took it off the double broiler and finished up on the stove.

This recipe has a nice taste with the combination of the chocolate and espresso powder. It isn't overly sweet like many bread pudding recipe can be and has a nice consistency. My husband and I enjoyed this recipe, but it took my boys a couple tastes before they were convinced. This is a great recipe for a more complex dessert option and work great for having guests over.

For the recipe go to All You Double Chocolate Bread Pudding with Dulce de Leche.

14 comments:

  1. following you
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  2. Love the recipes. I am a fan of good homecooking and these recipes sound mouthwatering. Double Chocolate Bread Pudding with Dulce de Leche (?) It really does sound decadent, but at the right moment and with a good cup of coffee,tea or milk. MMMmmmm. Perfect.

    Aside recipes, I like the way your site is organized and Frugal is something that more and more of us need to be, whether we planned on it or not. It is a good old American virtue we need to cultivate.

    Anyway, I enjoyed my visit :)

    Wil

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  3. @Kiran Thanks for following back.

    @Will, I started trying to cook from scratch as much as possible about a year ago. With living on one income, I try to cut our budget as much as I can and I think everyone should start saving more and spending less. Plus, homemade food tastes so much better :) Thanks for the follow and comments!

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  4. Miam! Seems like you're going to help me reach my target: gain 4 extra pounds by mid-summer. No joke.

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  5. New follower from the Good Friends Just Click Hop :)
    The Job of Mommy

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  6. Hi there. This looks delicious! Too bad I suck at making anything edible that doesn't come pre-measured and with step-by-step instructions, haha.

    I'm Taylor for http://duelynoted.blogspot.com. I appreciated the comment and just wanted to pay you a visit and return the favor. :) I'm now following you on both GFC and Networked Blogs.

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  7. Thanks for visiting and following my blog:) I really enjoy your blog! I love to cook and this recipe sounds extra yummy!!! I look forward to seeing more:)

    ~Babs~
    Mommy's Outside Voice http://www.mommysoutsidevoice.blogspot.com

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  8. Wow looks good but would definitely um have to be a special occassion for us haha When it takes that long specially during summer here...

    Thanks for stoppng by my blog via the Monday blog hop....I forgot it was Monday =/ I'm a new follower =)

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  9. This does look like a great recipe. I like bread pudding so this would be an interesting twist.
    Our people love desserts so much at reunions we line up at the dessert table first to make sure we have room for them. LOL

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  10. @XtraSmall I can tell from the photos on your blog that you're tiny :) I was underweight for a long time and my youngest is only in the 5th percentile weight wise.

    @Arizona Girls It is a time consuming recipe, but it would work well for a gathering or large group, I understand about summer heat its supposed to be 100 this week here and we get nasty humidity :) I try to bake in the morning before the house gets horrible

    @Grace you would fit well into my family. I have been known to eat cake for breakfast :)

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  11. New follower from the blog hop.
    Hope you follow back.
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  12. What a wonderful recipe. I will be sure and try it. Doylene

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  13. Hello! I found you through Basilmomma's Blog Hop!
    I'm a dessert lover and this looks yummy!
    Have a great day! Sherri

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