Recipes in the 'Bread Pudding / Cobblers' category

23 results found under: Bread Pudding / Cobblers
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Declare your independence from fattening desserts with this cool, patriotic and just plain delicious treat. Serve it up on the 4th of July or anytime you want a fruity finish to your meal.

Go bananas over this spectacular bread pudding. It's a gourmet sweet treat that has plenty of appeal and you won't need to worry about how it affects your bottom line.

In the immortal words of Pink Floyd, "if you don't eat your meat, you can't have any pudding." And that would be a crying shame if you missed out on this apple bread pudding.

Not sure rice can make a great dessert? The proof is in the pudding. This creamy, dreamy treat will satisfy your sweet tooth in a healthy manner.

Go bananas! This rich, decadent dessert will grab your guests' attention and their taste buds!

There's a breakfast for every body... and every day! You may substitute the bread with two loaves of frozen dough that's been thawed out.

Substitute those glazed over eyes in the morning with glazed morning rolls! These rolls are made with blueberry and are glazed with a sauce of sugar, milk, and grated orange peel.

Do you know the muffin, man? Get to know this one: an unusual type of muffin especially for the extra flavor added by the green chiles!

Ham it up with this delicious ham focaccia that's spot on. No matter how you slice it, this scrumptious dish is sure stop those hungry mouths in their tracks.

Berry, berry good. Slices of white bread coated with a mixture of eggs, sugar, milk, cream, butter, vanilla, raisins, and allspice plus the special sauce make for a sweet treat.

Something great for those early morning meals. You've gotta try baked bread cubes coated with the smooth cream of eggs, milk, sugar, vanilla, and nutmeg served with a sauce of strawberries, blueberries, lemon juice, and grated lemon peel.

Scone home! The scone is a British snack of Scottish origin, that's often lightly sweetened, but may also be savory. However, this version is prepared with bacon, cheddar and egg.

It's the best thing since sliced bread. These enjoyable panini-like sandwiches will be baked in a muffin tin! Always worth a try.


Making a delicious desert doesn't have to be the pits, especially when you prepare this cobbler. You decide which fruit you'd prefer to use in this sweet treat. Apple? Peach? Cherry? Take your pick. You won't be disappointed.

Intense currant and cinnamon flavors are coupled with nuts for a unique taste. Enjoy this dreamy combination and wonderful twist of a rice pudding.

This pudding is a light and refreshing dessert perfect on a hot summer's day. It is quick, easy and tastes really great.

Anything strawberry goes, but did you know that you can bake a loaf of sweet-tasting bread with this versatile fruit? You'll fall in love over and over again.

Most people don't realize that gingerbread is so simple to make. If you like your gingerbread a bit moister, add a little bit more water or a little more vegetable oil.


Get on a roll with this sweet dough recipe. Whether you're in the mood for dinner rolls or fancy breads, our recipe rises to the occasion. No matter how you slice it, you can't go wrong with sweet dough.


If you love bananas, then you'll go nuts over the delicious taste of this homemade banana bread recipe. A traditional favorite, you don't need an occasion to bake this bread.

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