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11.21.2012

Slow Cooker Eggnog Bread Pudding and a Thanksgiving Link Up




I know there are some of you out there who are going to be scrambling at the last minute for a Thanksgiving dish. Don't worry I've got you covered today.



Not only am a sharing a easy peasy dessert recipe that even the non baker can wow their guests with.... but I will be sharing my favorite Thanksgiving dishes as well as a link up of other bloggers and their favorite Turkey Day foods!



Bread pudding is a favorite in our house. I can't count the variations I have made over the years. This being one of the best and easiest!

All you need.... a slow cooker, some old dry bread, eggs, milk, eggnog. Seriously... that's about it folks. Just set it and forget it.



Slow Cooker Eggnog Bread Pudding

Ingredients:

1 loaf day old bread ( I used brioche)
7 eggs
2 cups eggnog
1 cup milk
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tbs cinnamon
1/2 tsp nutmeg
Additional eggnog for serving   

Directions:

Tear bread into 1 inch pieces. In a large bowl whisk eggs, eggnog, milk, sugar, vanilla and spices together. Fold in bread pieces until coated.

Pour into your slow cooker. ( I use a 5qt)

Place slow cooker on high for 3-4 hours or low for 6-8 hours. The bread pudding is done when the center has set and no longer jiggles.

Serve hot with cold eggnog poured over the top. Optional add a few dashes of cinnamon or nutmeg on top of your dished pudding. 

Do you have a favorite recipe for Thanksgiving you want to share? If your a blogger go ahead and link up below. Don't have a blog? Well go ahead and leave the recipe in the comments to share! 


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13 comments:

  1. I do love a good eggnog recipe:-) The bread pudding looks so perfect...I just want to grab a spoon and dig right in!!! Have a great Thanksgiving with your family!

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    1. Thanks for sharing some recipes. Love the Stuffins! CUTE. Happy Thanksgiving :)

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  2. I want to stick my face in a bowl of eggnog bread pudding. I NEED.

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  3. Fun idea for the link up and that bread pudding may just need to be made today! Happy Thanksgiving Carrie!

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    1. Thanks Melissa! Thanks for linking up some recipes!! Happy Thanksgiving.

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  4. Girl, you did it again. I'll be at your house by 2pm tomorrow for Thanksgiving dinner ;)

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  5. This looks SO GOOD. I love eggnog and bread pudding. Putting them together only makes them that much better.

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  6. wow, what a great recipe. it looks AMAZING. i love the combination of eggnog and bread pudding. i also love that it's so easy to put together!

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  7. i would take this for dessert any day over pie! i like pie but i am sure i would like your pudding even more ;)
    and great round up of other thanksgiving treats!

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  8. i'm typically not a huge fn of eggnog but i love egnog-flavored things. is that weird? anyhooo i love bread pudding in any flavor, seriously! this is a perfectly festive recipe and so manageable! Happy Thanksgiving my friend :)

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  9. Carrie, that bread pudding looks so good I want it for breakfast! I'm sharing my Tex-Mex Turkey Soup which is how I use up some of my leftover turkey. I hope you had a great Thanksgiving! :)

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