The holidays are such a fun time and gathering together is what we all do best. I love a great family meal that offers a fresh spin on an old familiar recipe. I have to be honest, this recipe will make you the best host around. Orange honey glazed pudding with walnuts takes only a few minutes to make and you can walk away and enjoy your coffee and family while it bakes.
While my family starts to enjoy their coffee, I simply prepare this bread. You can use day old bread, stale bread, just so you can cut it into cubes, or chunks or even rip it into pieces, that is why I love this recipe so much. I am sure you will have the other ingredients on hand because when in the season of bake you tend to run across these items.
Lavishly live food out loud and print the recipe for orange honey glazed pudding bread with walnuts.
Orange Honey Glazed Pudding Bread With Walnuts
Gather your ingredients, including a mixing bowl, a baking pan (bowl, ceramic, whatever you want), and preheat the oven to 350 °.
I am providing you a single serve portion of this recipe, you can easily adjust to double
2 Tbsp Honey
Pith of one small orange (make sure to wash it first) About 2 Tsp worth is what you are after
1 Tbsp Walnuts
1 Tsp Vanilla
2 Pieces of bread into chunks
1/2 Pint Of Heavy Cream
2 eggs (beaten well)
1 Tsp Cinnamon
1 Tsp Sugar
*After Baking Topping
2 Tbsp Of Brown Sugar
1 Tbsp Butter (cut into very slim pieces x4)
In a bowl mix bread, heavy cream, egg, cinnamon, sugar, pith, and vanilla. Transfer to a single serving baking bowl that has been treated with non-stick spray. Add walnuts and honey to top and bake for 15 minutes, till egg and bread are golden brown.
Remove from oven, turn off oven. Add on After Baking Topping and replace to unheated, warm oven for 5 minutes to allow to caramelize. Remove from oven and place on a holiday dish and serve. Sprinkle with cranberries and add sliced oranges for a grand morning presentation.
Serve with warm syrup and a dash of cinnamon. Lavishly live food out loud and enjoy orange glazed honey pudding bread with walnuts. What would you change on this recipe to make it, even more, holiday? Need another breakfast recipe? Try out my baked eggs with bacon and biscuits combination.