Terrie Hoelscher Recipe

Glazed Donut Bread Pudding With Butter Rum Sauce

By Terrie Hoelscher Blessed1


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Serves:
12
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Terrie's Story

What else is there to be said ... this is just decadent! ha!

Ingredients

2
dozen glazed donuts
14 oz
can sweetened condensed milk - not evaporated
2 can(s)
(4.5 oz each) fruit cocktail, undrained
2
eggs, beaten
1
(9-oz) box of raisins
1 pinch
salt
1 tsp
cinnamon
BUTTER RUM SAUCE, RECIPE FOLLOWS
1 stick
butter, unsalted
1 lb
powdered sugar
rum, to taste

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Preheat oven to 350°. Prepare a 13x9" baking dish with butter and flour.
2
Cube (or tear) the donuts and place them into a large bowl.
3
In another mixing bowl, combine the sweetened condensed milk, fruit cocktail with its juice, eggs, raisins, salt and cinnamon. Stir to mix well, then pour over the top of the torn up donuts. Cover, and place the soaking donuts into the refrigerator. Allow this so soak for about an hour, until the liquid is soaked up as much as possible into the donuts.
Remove from refrigerator, and pour into the prepared baking dish.
4
Dot the top of the donuts with small butter chips.
5
Bake for about an hour, testing to make sure the center is cooked and jelled.
6
For the Butter Rum Sauce:
Melt the butter and slowly stir in the powdered sugar until it is all blended in and smooth. Add rum to your liking (you could use a teaspoon of any type of extract and a couple Tbsp. of milk here, I'm sure, if you don't care for rum ... maple extract, or lemon extract, or something else, perhaps?)
Heat thru 'til bubbly.
7
Pour the hot Butter Rum sauce over each individual serving of the bread pudding.

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16 Comments

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Terrie Hoelscher Blessed1
Jun 5, 2011
Well, you can see it's used "Undrained", so it needs that moisture. How about subbing canned peaches, or something similar? Or do they just not like ANY canned fruits?
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carolann hancock gma22
Jun 5, 2011
what would it be like if I left out the fruit cocktail my family hates it?
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Terrie Hoelscher Blessed1
Apr 3, 2011
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!
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Terrie Hoelscher Blessed1
Dec 21, 2010
I've done it both ways...just pour it over the entire thing, while still warm, and serve right away. Or set out a gravy boat full of the sauce/glaze, and let people pour their own on there.
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Krystal Jordan SkittlesofDoom
Dec 21, 2010
Quick question, is it bad to put the glaze on the pudding before serving? I probably won't have time to do individual plates.