Toaster Oven Bread Pudding. Toaster Oven Bread Pudding Hubby loves pudding so I just have to make them lol. In this recipe, I'm only using an ordi ary toaster oven since I don't have a convection oven. See great recipes for Toaster Oven Bread Pudding too!
Watch carefully so the bread does not burn. Gently lift a side of the bread with a spatula or fork to check for a golden brown crust. In a medium bowl, combine eggs, egg yolks, sugar, milk, sweetened condensed milk, and vanilla. You can cook Toaster Oven Bread Pudding using 5 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Toaster Oven Bread Pudding
- Prepare 1 loaf of Bread.
- You need 2 cup of evaporated milk.
- It’s 1 cup of condensed milk (alternative to sugar – this makes the mixture creamier. you can also adjust to your desired sweetness level).
- You need 1 cup of raisins (optional).
- It’s 1 of cheese (for toppings).
Push bread down into mixture to completely coat. Making Bread Pudding in the Toaster Oven. Remember to like, comment and subscribe.. Pour half of egg mixture over cheese.
Toaster Oven Bread Pudding step by step
- Preheat oven. In this recipe, I'm only using an ordi ary toaster oven since I don't have a convection oven. I just set the oven in 400W and leave it like that while I prepare the mixture..
- Grease your pan (size doesn't really matter here. If the pan is bigger, add in more bread). Cut the bread into small pieces so it will be easier to mash..
- Pour in the milk – evaporated first. Mash the bread using your hands..
- Pour in the condensed milk. Adjust to taste..
- Add in the rasins as you mix the ingredients. Mash the bread more..
- Grate the cheese on top of the mixture. Bake at around 30-40mins until a toothpick comes out clean..
- Leave to cool for about 10-15mins before cutting..
A comfy dessert when the weather is blustery and cold and a nice chilled dessert for summer repasts. I love the versatility of this tasty, smooth textured cin. An easy toaster-oven treat, great for brunch or a late-night snack. For the full write-up, click here. She says: "Only use old french bread; If you use regular sandwich bread, the pudding comes out slimy" (French bread is crustier and therefore doesn't absorb the milk mixture as readily, making for a firmer pudding) I LOVE this toaster oven!