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  • Serves 8
  • 50 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 4 Ingredients

36 Comments

A moist and delicious pudding even the toddlers can enjoy.


Ingredients (serves 8)

  • 6 slices of day old fruit toast
  • 400ml coconut milk
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar lightly packed
  • 2 eggs lightly beaten

Method

  1. Grease a 4-cup Bundt cake tin and set aside. Preheat oven to 180 degrees.
  2. Tear up fruit toast in small pieces, layer them in tin but leave room in between them so the toast will soak up liquid easily and become wobbly when baked.
  3. In a bowl, mix together coconut milk, sugar and egg. Pour into tin. Leave toast to soak for 15 minutes then bake in the oven for 30 minutes or until golden.

Notes

My nan's recipe never fails to please the family young and old. A super soft, light and fragrant pud perfect in the winter.

  • This sounds great to have on a cold winter’s night, quick and easy. I’m going to try this- can’t wait! Thank you.

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  • Something a bit different. Thanks for the recipe.

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  • Thinking a good use for any left over hot cross buns this Easter.

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  • A real hearty comfort food dish for winter

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  • Oh wow…another dairy free dessert I can make for my daughter who is allergic to dairy. She loves fruit toast, so this is going to be a winner, I can just tell.


    • I’m so glad this recipe can delight both you and your daughter. Happy baking :) Missey.

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  • Yum! what a great way to use up old bread! ill have to give it a go! Thaks for sharing!


    • Thanks for your comments, day-old bread can be very kid-friendly when you turn it into something soft and tasty too. Missey.

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  • Yummy, i love the use of fruit bread in this! we love it around here! This is a fab idea! I would love to try your family recipe. Thanks for sharing


    • Thank you, always a pleasure to share :)
      I hope you enjoy the result when you made this.
      Cheers, Missey

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  • Looks fairly easy to make. The ingredient list isn’t too difficult either. Looks nice in the pic. I’m sure I’ll enjoy it as the ingredients are good


    • Yes you are right, it’s a very simple, easy, straight forward recipe with great results waiting for you :)

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  • Thanks for your comments, yummy mums.
    We love my nan’s recipe for the fact that this one didn’t require buttering both sides of toast – less fat :)
    Hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Missey

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  • Doesn’t look too difficult. I actually like the photo. Looks Yummy.

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  • four ingredients – yummo! this looks really good.


    • It’s great when there is not much ingredients and easy to do

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  • lol, the pic looked a bit like a meatloaf of sorts rather than a dessert – but the ingredients sound so much yummier. Thanks :)


    • Oh that’s funny, Tania :)
      I do hope you give it a go and let me know how it turns up.
      I reckon it’s the sugar and coconut milk contributed the dark color in this pudding. Maybe I should photoshop it a little :)
      Cheers, Missey

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  • What a great recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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  • A lovely version of a bread pudding.

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  • its like a bread and butter pudding – delicious!


    • Yes you are right, it’s like bread & butter pudding, but instead of butter we use coconut milk.

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