Caramel Pumpkin Pecan Bread Pudding


I knew I had to make this recipe as soon as I saw it. Caramel. Pumpkin. Pecan. BREAD PUDDING. A lovely reader, Brenda, kindly sent it to me. Several days passed. I got all the ingredients together. (I didn’t have the half and half.) The heavens opened. Light shined down. I was ready!!! I had everything!

Only I had completely lost her email with the recipe. Looked everywhere. New mail. Old mail. Deleted mail. (Not that I would delete it, but accidents happen.) The email had disappeared! The heavens closed up and my world went dark.

Okay, that is so dramatic.

But seriously, I was bummed.

However! Brenda came through and sent it to me again and I copied it like ten times to be sure I couldn’t lose it again. And then I made it.

And here it is! It’s delicious and it’s very autumn-ish and Thanksgiving-ish. I bet you could even make it with all milk instead of half and half, it would just be a little less rich. I used fresh pumpkin puree, but you can used canned solid pack pumpkin.

I bet you could even throw a little bourbon in there somewhere. Like a quarter cup in the bread pudding and a couple tablespoons in the sauce. I didn’t, because I’m out. (Too much Maple Pecan Pie with Bourbon.) But you can!

Of course I used Grandmother Bread for the bread in the recipe.
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How to make Caramel Pumpkin Pecan Bread Pudding:

For the bread pudding
4 large eggs
2- 15 oz cans solid pack pumpkin or 2 pints fresh pumpkin puree
1 1/2 cups milk
1 cup half and half
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
10 cups cubed bread pieces

Whisk everything together but the bread in a large bowl until well blended. Add the bread and stir well to coat. Cover with plastic wrap and chill 8-24 hours.

I totally didn’t do that, but you should. If you want to. I baked it right away. Because I’m like that. Impatient.
When you’re ready to bake it, spoon the bread pudding mixture into a greased 13 x 9 pan and bake in a preheated 350-degree oven for one hour. The original recipe called for baking this in ramekins. For me, it took a full hour to get done in a 13 x 9 pan. Adjust accordingly if you use ramekins. Also, you might need to cover the top with foil–the original recipe suggested that. I found it unnecessary. It browned just right without it. Except for a few burned nuts. Don’t be picky.

During the last 15 minutes of baking, start preparing the caramel sauce topping.
Caramel Pecan Sauce
1 cup pecans, chopped
1 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1/2 cup butter
1 tablespoon light corn syrup
1 teaspoon vanilla

You need to heat the chopped pecans in a skillet over medium-low heat, stirring often, just until lightly toasted. (Maybe five minutes.) Best thing to do is put those puppies in an iron skillet. Meanwhile, cook the brown sugar, butter and corn syrup in a small pot over medium heat, stirring occasionally, for a few minutes or until sugar is dissolved. Remove from heat; stir in vanilla and pecans.

Remove the bread pudding from the oven and drizzle with the caramel pecan sauce. Bake for five more minutes or until sauce is thoroughly heated. Behold the giant pan of bread pudding with caramel sauce on top.
I burned some of the nuts on top. But I didn’t care.

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  1. Mel Meister says:

    I dearly love bread pudding and anything pumpkin! This will have to be a “must try” recipe. I do have the bourbon! (or rum would be nice, too!)

  2. Marla says:

    Wow, I can see why you thought you had to try this recipe. Looks so good! I think a scoop of ice cream would taste yummy with it!

  3. Patty says:

    Wow, this looks SO good! *drooling* :eating:

  4. Lacey says:

    I live in Hawaii and when I view your blog late at night here, I can’t believe how early you are up over there, blogging. I know you have farm and family to take care of, but goodness sake!

    I’ve got to try this recipe. All the best things about the holidays combined. Yum.

  5. blossom says:

    O~h that looks good, pity my poor chickens when i use their stash of bread ends to make it!!

  6. Kathleen in Michigan says:

    Voted and raring to go!

  7. Brenda says:

    I so didn’t wait the 8-24 hours either. I mean who has the time or the patience to wait?? Not me, especially with this glorious mixture waiting to be eaten… :eating:

  8. Melinda K. says:

    Printed the recipe (can’t make it today – I have to work, but maybe on Sunday), voted, and left a comment (obviously). What a productive way to start a day before 6 am.

  9. trish robichaud says:

    every year i have the holiday feasts at my house.we have at least 20, and sometimes as much as 30 for dinner. i bake all of the pies and cheesecakes. i have been looking for something good to try. this looks good. i have never tasted bread pudding so i cant compare the you serve it warm? i voted this morning. i watched all of the videos. there are alot of strange people in this world.your video was the best by far.

  10. trish says:

    I just made the vote 3,298, but someone named Lori is catching up. Lets keep Suzanne on top people!! lol


  11. JOJO says:

    Looks like a great new receipe to try for Thanksgiving

  12. stefinity says:

    OMG that has to be incredible! My mouth is seriously watering right now….. VOTE for SUZANNE!

  13. Queenbuffness says:

    :pinkpig: Ohhhh NOooo! Another one I HAVE to make. My poor jiggly thighs…sigh.

  14. Tracey In Paradise Pa. says:


  15. Butterbean says:

    That looks awesome! Can’t wait to try it!

  16. Patty says:

    That looks SO good! I wonder if you can substitute walnuts for the pecans or if it just wouldn’t be the same? I’m thinking thanksgiving for this recipe, then there will be plenty of others to help eat it and it won’t just be me sitting here at 5:30am some morning finishing it off! :hungry:

  17. Leah says:

    UMMM! i’D EAT IT RIGHT OUT OF THE OVEN! Well, after it cools slightly, then try it cold with the leftovers. :hungry:

  18. CindyP says:

    OH MY!! This will be on my Thanksgiving Dinner Menu!!! :hungry:


  19. Vonnie says:

    I disliked bread pudding when I was a kid, the texture was just too soggy bread like. But when in New Orleans I tried bread pudding and found it to be delightful. I think this will be something I make for the weekend after T-giving.

  20. NorthCountryGirl says:

    Really looks good! Would make a delightfully different pumpkin desert for Thanksgiving dinner. Thanks!

  21. Johanna says:

    I want it for breakfast. Today. Is it too late for that?

  22. Jennifer Millett says:

    Um….YUM!!! I just ate breakfast and now I’m hungry again. I can’t wait to make this! Voted for ya again. It is so exciting to see how your numbers keep going up. :shimmy:

  23. Susan says:

    Life is soooo good… and you just made it better!!! yummmm!! :hungry: Thank you!!!

  24. Andrea says:

    Continuing to vote daily. I bet you can’t sleep at night! December 7th — that’s a long way away. I’ll tell all I know to vote, vote, vote.

  25. Kathleen H from Indiana says:

    I Voted…you also have my vote on the bread pudding, looks delicious and easy. Have a great day! :sun:

  26. Sandy says:

    This looks wonderful. I need a potluck recipe, but this won’t be allowed to leave the house. I will have to go look in the community cookbook for something tasty that I am willing to share.

  27. heidiannie says:

    I was doing really well resisting the impulse to run into the kitchen and make this until you mentioned apple butter in the comments. I WANT this with applebutter!
    Thanks again, Suzanne!

  28. Agnes from Antigo says:

    Voted again today; voting at work too! (Is that legal??) Put your link on my Facebook page; doing all I can. Good luck!

  29. Debnfla3 says:

    I had to go vote before commenting here!

    I guess I’ll be making that pudding today! Beloved loves bread puddings of any kind and pumpkin is just perfect for this time of year. Oh yes… butter, that would be really good.

    I need to learn how to make apple butter. I have NEVER tasted fresh made apple butter! I feel so deprived suddenly….LOL


  30. mint says:

    That looks so good….I almost ate my computer!! :hungry:

  31. Cindy says:

    If you keep posting these delicious recipes you are going to have to start a weigh loss group, Suzanne!! :hungry:

    Man, the voting is already intense and Lori is gaining. It’s going to be a long wait until December 7!! Do you think it is coincidental that the contest ends on Pearl Harbor Day? :bugeyed:

    Cindy in Indiana

  32. Nita in SC says:

    My 12 year old daughter – who, along with my Dad, are the family dessert makers – has been trying to decide between about ten different desserts for Thanksgiving. This one might make the final cut!

  33. becki says:

    A different reason to be Thankful…
    …almost two months ago, we had a scare with our 12-yo Princess. Big time. The kind that keeps you awake at night, unable to eat, not even able to follow a simple recipe. Watching a movie from begining to end and realizing afterwards you couldn’t even describe the basic plot. Pretending everything is hunky-dory. Wearing your mask you keep in a jar by the door for public purposes. Being scared about something you can’t control or fix.

    Then yesterday, the clouds parted, the sun came out and birds were annoucing their presence at the top of their lungs. She’s fine, every one of their medical tests is negative. She’s fine. We won’t complain once about 6:30 a.m. basketball practice. We’ve been dealing with the “what if…” alternative for two months.

  34. Pam says:

    I love your website. I only check in about twice a week for updates. You post some awesome recipes. Thanks for sharing with everyone.

  35. Chic says:

    Oh Suzanne…that looks SOOO YUMMY!!! It’s a big dessert to make for just two people (we’ll be on our own for Thanksgiving this year πŸ˜₯ )but we’ll sure enjoy dessert every night for about a week…WOOOHOOO!!! :hungry: As soon as I get this off to you….I’m going to VOTE and I sent the link to my family up in Canada and two of them voted yesterday and promised to vote every day until it’s over. I love my family…even my hubby is voting from work! :hungry2: (pitchfork!)

  36. Val says:

    That bread pudding looks scrumptious! Every Thanksgiving morning I would make a pumpkin coffee cake, but this has that one beat. Besides, my new dh is a bread pudding fanatic. Thanks Suzanne and Brenda! :hungry:

  37. Amy says:

    Is it legal to tempt us with something that looks so yummy so early in the morning?

  38. KentuckyFarmGirl says:

    That looks delicious! Another one to add to my list of “Suzanne’s Must Makes”.

    I haven’t been on the boards much. My husband has been on vacation this week BUT I am still managing to get in here and vote every day!

  39. Tammy from Washington State says:

    :butterfly: That looks soooo good! I have got to try it. Thank you for sharing it. I love your site. Wish I could visit and love on all your pets. I especially love the goats.

    Tammy :fairy:

  40. Megan says:

    This looks awesome! It will be going on the Thanksgiving menu πŸ™‚

  41. Kelleh says:

    I think I just might have to make this for our Thanksgiving lunch at work! It looks delicious!

    I’m assuming that you made yours with grandmother bread? yes?

  42. Nancy says:

    Ok, ok, I’ll make the bread pudding!

  43. Corinne Rasso says:

    I think I wept a little when I read this…too much deliciousness in one recipe. Evil pudding temptress!

  44. Paula Tillotson says:

    OMG!!!! I will be making this… I have made alot of your recipes , and never have been disappointed.. LOVE your blog posts.

  45. Stacy says:

    The bread pudding looks delicious! I can’t wait to try it. Also, just checked the voting and you are kicking some serious ass! Good luck!

  46. Jo says:

    Let’s shoot Suzanne into the stratosphere so that the other contestants can’t even see her!

  47. jason says:

    Voting going well. I watched some of the other videos last night and only ONE (besides yours) stood out. I was impressed but still all my votes/tweets/fb posts will be for Clover! Keep up the good work.

  48. Stephanie W says:

    Looks delicious! My husband loves bread pudding and I’ve never made any for him — this recipe looks like it’ll blow him away!
    I voted . . . . Go Suzanne, Go!

  49. Abiga/Karen says:

    This looks so delicious. Blessings!

  50. Lish says:

    OMG that looks wonderful. Wonder if I could put extra nutmeg.. I’m allergic to cinnamon.

    I voted. I’ve posted to twitter and facebook. Those two chicks from California have me nervous. And I do NOT want to read about yoga.

    Hmmmm… I’m thinking the fact I like recipes for grandmother bread and bread pudding and I’m not reading about yoga is why my hips are this size. Fat and sassy! Woo hoo!

  51. Pete says:

    Oh, YUM!! All the recipes look good, of course, but some of them must be bookmarked immediately. Like this one… :snoopy:

    Until I saw this, I was quite content with the solo cuppa. That has now changed! (Mutter, mumble – must have something good to eat. NOW. Where’s the bread pudding?)

  52. Ms E says:

    Yummy stuff! Oh my gosh folks, we need to rock the vote for Suzanne, popular vote is looking too close for comfort.

  53. Rosella says:

    That looks so delicious. I think I’ll make it for my daughter’s birthday (instead of a cake) this weekend!

    Keep voting!

  54. Claudia says:

    Yummy! I could sure eat that for breakfast!

  55. Crystal B. says:

    Yum. Looks so good. Thank you for the recipe. Heading over to vote.

  56. Jenny says:

    I love pumpkin and my husband hates it! Hence I don’t bother making too much pumpkin stuff around here because I’d be the one eating it all! He didn’t even realize pumpkin was edible until he moved to the States–grew up in England and thought pumpkins were for jack o’ lanterns and animal food. It looks so yummy, though!

  57. TXLady says:

    Yum…I am supposed to be skipping the sweets because of the cholesterol issues…but I might just have to make that one. I have sweet potato in the fridge waiting for a pie shell…

    I’ve been hustling for Suzanne so you all make sure everyone you know is voting…

  58. Carol says:

    Sadly my boss is gravely ill but I just realized I have her password! I can vote from her computer as well as my own! This is what I’m supposed to be thinking about at work, right?

  59. katia cristina says:


  60. Nancy says:

    Yummy, yummy, yummy…..looks so gooey and rich! Perfect for a cold fall afternoon!

  61. Liz V. says:

    These recipes always make my bowl of cereal, which I am usually eating when I read this blog in the morning, look so unappetizing. I need to spruce of breakfast!

  62. Melissa Marsh says:

    YUM. That looks so good, Suzanne!

  63. Mary says:

    We had a lot of bread pudding when we were kids. It was one of my favorite things, but it never looked as delicious as this. Thanks for the recipe. The grandmother bread is a favorite around here now, so this will be another good way to use it.

  64. Christy O says:

    I had a dream about Clover last night. She made ME cookies! It was a funny dream

  65. IowaCowgirl says:

    I’m sure this has no calories.

    becki: I’m so glad your Princess is OK. Those sleep-less nights and weird disjointed days are no fun.

  66. Gen says:

    I cannot wait to try this, thanks Brenda and Suzanne!

  67. Carol says:

    WOW VOTE NUMBER 4000 HERE! :woof: :snoopy: WAY TO GO SUZANNE!!!!

  68. Hrist says:

    I’ve never been a fan of bread pudding, but I might just have to try this one . . .

  69. Cheryl says:

    Oh good gracious! I can smell it all the way out here in california!

  70. Stephanie S. says:

    I’m already at work – but I did manage to vote, now to go petition HR to have a kitchenette installed in my office so I can make the bread pudding from here! :hungry:

  71. Chantal says:

    opps, I put my note in the wrong spot. Let me try again.

    This looks yummy! It is now on my β€œto do list” along with an old donut post of yours that I found. I’m thinking this next weekend or sometime over the long holiday will be perfect timing for these.

    I read a book that teaches a new no knead refrigerator technique and I wondering if Grandma Bread will work for it. I’m putting that on my list too.

  72. Darlene says:

    Would it be as tasty without the nuts? Silly me doesn’t like nuts, could be because I am one, lol.

    I’m going to the library today. They have lots of computers. I wonder if they will let me use each one. The voting is too close for my comfort. We need to knock the competition out of the water!

    Like the politicians says, VOTE and VOTE OFTEN! (Just kidding!! About the politicians that is)

  73. Treasia/TruckersWife says:

    I’ve got to try this recipe. I adore bread pudding and this makes it sound extra special. Yummy!

  74. Melinda in Washington State says:

    The bread pudding looks yummie! I plan to make it and eat dessert first. . . . . I voted! :woof:

  75. Angelia May says:

    Yummy, bread pudding πŸ™‚

  76. EightPondFarm says:

    This part about waiting 8-24 hours…what’s up with that? But, seriously, all my recipes for bread pudding call for stale bread to improve the texture of the pudding — and it does seem to taste better. Have you tried that with Grandmother’s Bread?

  77. catslady says:

    Well you are still over 1,000 votes ahead (although I don’t like that Lori and Brigitte are trying to catch up lol).

  78. Sharee says:

    I don’t care if my family doesnt like bread pudding! I am making it!!!

  79. Minna says:

    Mmm. That looks good! :hungry:

  80. DebbieInMemphis says:

    That looks wonderful! YUM!!

  81. Runningtrails says:

    I love bread puddings and I love pecans! Pecans are SO EXPENXIVE here! Unbelievably very expensive, so I hardly ever buy them, but I love them! I know it would be best with pecans but I will have to substitute another nut, probably. I’m thinking about it. My grandmother used to have an extra large soft shelled pecan tree in her backyard in Memphis when I was little. Massive pecans we could shell with out fingers! It got a disease and died.

    I like all bread puddings. My favourite so far is Christmas plum pudding with rum or caramel sauce! Delicious! My mother used to make it from scratch when I was little and bake it in tin cans in the oven.

  82. Aedrielle says:

    Oh. My. Goodness!
    That looks amazing! I signed up to make bread (Grandmother bread rolls!) and cranberry sauce (which I’ve never made, but thanks to you I KNOW I can do it) – but I may have to add this to what I’m bringing!! πŸ™‚

  83. Julie Harward says:

    Loved this bread pudding…looks SO good! Happy Thanksgiving my little friend…Come say hi πŸ˜€

  84. Mariah says:

    This looks so good! By the way your grandmother bread looks much less dense than mine. What’s the secret? I’ve tried several bread recipes and they all turn out too dense. Does it have to do with the kneading? With the rising time I made your dough enhancer but it doesn’t seem to help with the dense-ness (is that a word?). Help!!!! I SO want to make healthy home made bread, but it has to be edible!

    • Suzanne McMinn says:

      Hi, Mariah! It’s always hard to tell because there could be different reasons. Are you adding too much flour? Also, kneading enough is important. And proper rise time. Try looking at each step along the way and trying different things. Making great bread is a lifelong journey! I’m always trying to be better. The more you practice, the better you get and the more you pick up on little things you do differently that make it better.

      • Yvonne says:

        I’ve made the grandmother bread about 6 times now. Mine always comes out heavy . . . is that the same thing as what you are calling dense? Maybe I am adding too much flour also. Is the bread supposed to be really sticky when you start kneading? That’s why I added more flour. It’s still good, dense and all but I would like to be better at making it.

  85. Jean says:

    Wow! My favorite things, all in one recipe. Thank you Brenda.

  86. suek says:

    You know, every morning I get up and tell myself that today’s the day I’ll get myself under control. Then some wiseguy goes and puts up a recipe I can’t resist. So now I guess I have to wait until after I try this one out.

  87. geena says:

    Looks Yummy. can i have some?

  88. Samantha Cornwell says:

    I am so making this for our family Thanksgiving dinner! I love bread pudding and this one looks so good! Thank you. I have to bring a dessert and was trying to come up with something different. This is perfect!

  89. Angela says:

    Hey Suzanne!

    That does look good! Can you believe I don’t think I’ve ever had any type of a bread pudding!

    Angela :wave:

  90. Miss Becky says:

    ok, I have 2 pumpkins I need to cook, some grandmother bread that needs to be used up, and I am making this pronto! I begin my exercise routine on Monday so here’s to binging while I still have time :eating:

  91. Barbee' says:

    We had never eaten bread pudding flavored with bourbon until we moved to Kentucky. Yes, Kentucky, one of the bourbon centers of the world. Of course they use bourbon in their bread pudding, and this teetotaler can tell you: It is GOOD!

  92. farmershae says:

    Is it REALLY bad that I looked at the picture of a stick of butter covered with brown sugar and thought THAT looked good??? I have to make this now too. I just happen to have some fresh pumpkin puree laying around looking for a good home…like my belly!

  93. Kim Clemons says:

    Hey, this looks like a good recipe. I’ve never been crazy about bread pudding, but his one looks delicious. I am keeping this close by to make really soon.
    I voted for you again. And I’ll vote tomorrow, and the next day, and the next day….. I want you to win so badly!

  94. Sharon Gosney says:

    I’m droolin mmmmmmmmhhhhhhhh. Could you use sweet potato puree substitute for the pumpkin?

  95. Susan says:

    My husband’s favorite dessert is bread pudding. I am definitely making this and will think of you fondly for sharing the recipe. We live in the country but don’t have the farm element. Love your blog and yes!, I voted for you! Who else would I vote for?!

  96. SuzzyQ says:

    Fabulous recipe. Will make this for Thanksgiving as my husband’s favorite dessert is bread pudding. I’ve made it with leftover cinnamon rolls but that doesn’t happen too often as there are rarely any cinnamon rolls left! And yes, I voted for you! Who else would I vote for?! Love your blog and I am a huge fan. Good luck!

  97. pamb says:

    Becki, so glad your girl is okay. :happyflower:

    My granddaughter can’t touch or eat a nut (or most seeds). With cold stuff, I use granola instead of nuts for the crunch, but I’m coming up blank on what to use in a baked good. Oh, well, I can break the recipe into two smaller square pans & use nuts on only one.

    Mariah, every time my bread is dense, I’ve added too much flour. The dough gets less sticky as I knead, so I guess I was adding more flour too soon after I’d been kneading for a while. Don’t lose faith! You’ll find what works.

  98. Beth Brown says:

    I may have to make this. Last night we went to family night at our church and someone had made whoopie pies except the cake was pumpkin and the filling was cream cheese filling. It was so good!

    Beth aka oneoldgoat

  99. Estella says:

    Looks delicious!

  100. Deborah R says:

    Dang! Just looking at that recipe put two inches on my hips.

    Voted again today: 4436 votes. Good luck!

  101. debbie says:

    Got a question for those with computer savvy. If I vote on a laptop and my daughter votes on the large computer, does it count as two votes? Or is it only one because both the laptop and the home computer are using the same modem?

  102. linda says:

    this looks really good it looks like it would be good for thanksgiving but i have to work that day maybe someone else will bake it for me

  103. monica says:

    This post sure is a welcome one today. I think I will adapt the recipe and skip right to the bourbon if that is okay–anybody mind??? :dancingmonster: :snoopy:

    (me in the morning: :hole:

  104. Gayle says:

    OMG, thank goodness I had my big, red bandana handkerchief to sop up the drool. I wanna bite of this RIGHT NOW!
    GL, Suzanne!! Sent your blog out to everyone on my address book (again).

  105. Susan says:

    Suzanne–I just voted again, but this time I took a few minutes to look at a couple of the other contenders. Do you know those people encourage things like pilates and running to keep happy!!!!!! That cannot compare to chickens and goats and grandmother bread. Come on people–vote more often. (Go to the library and vote on every computer they have.)

  106. Brenda S 'Okie in Colorado' says:

    Suzanne, You are SOOOO going to win the SAM-e.
    Thanks for posting the great recipe. I am definitely trying this. I also like one of the commenters suggestion of apple butter for the pumpkin. My husband will love this.

  107. Lish says:

    Just voted from home! 4,572!! Gotta get hubby’s laptop turned on and vote on his too. Still got 700 or so on the California Girls. Three other people in the 3,000+ numbers though! Come on people… we gotta get the word out MORE!! :sheep:

  108. Darlene in North Georgia says:

    I had never cared for bread pudding until I tried some that a friend from “Naworlens” made and it was good. However, ANYTHING that’s covered in a stick of butter, 1/2 lb of sugar and a cup of nuts has GOT to be good. lol

    I voted too! Some days it lets me vote 2 times – if it’s about 12 hrs apart.

  109. Andrea says:

    Great video! Fantastic blog! Thanks Suzanne : )

  110. Mittened Paw says:

    OMG! How do you keep from gaining a hundred and one pounds!!! I was going to make some pumpkin cake with chocolate chips for this weekend’s pre-Thanksgiving bash with my folks up there in Madison, WV but I may have to fix this instead. If my sister-in-law doesn’t beat me to it, that is! And thank you, thank you for all the lovely pictures of the WV hills in autumn. I don’t get nearly as homesick as I used to – I just check out your postings every day.

  111. Jan says:

    This looks totally delicious. I used some bourbon tonight in a bourbon, pecan and chocolate chip pie. We have our work Thanksgiving Dinner tomorrow. I’ll try your recipe for the real Thanksgiving Day Dinner.

  112. Lish says:

    Yoga girl is SUDDENLY within 47 points. I’m going to croak here!

  113. Liz in PA says:

    Oh my goodness………that Caramel Pecan Bread Pudding just might be the NEW surprise for my family at our Thanksgiving Dinner!
    Thank you so much! β™₯β™₯β™₯

  114. wvhomecanner says:

    OK time to get on the ball! Suzanne just lost the lead – come on people and contact everyone in your addres book, post on Facebook, whatever you can do!
    Let’s goooooooooo……….
    :woof: :woof:

  115. IowaCowgirl says:

    Do you people Twitter?? I do not, but I see that Suzanne’s rival and her supporters do. Can you put this on all your Twitters????

    Any other spots??? Let’s think outside the box….

  116. Norma says:

    voted πŸ™‚ and the other half seen the pics of the pudding and now wants some lol. guess i’ll be doing some baking hehe.

  117. WolfWalker says:

    Voted , twittered , and posted to facebook lol.

  118. Mariah says:

    Hey Suzanne…thanks for your response. Yes, Yvonne, I mean heavy when I say dense. I’m after something fluffier, but not quite as fluffy as store bought bread. I like to have a little substance, but not something to use as a doorstop! Pamb, I think you’re right. I added extra flour probably too early because it was very sticky, but then I noticed it was pretty dry by the time I was done kneading. I’ll try less next time, and be more patient with the kneading. I’m enjoying journey, but I would like to reach the goal sooner rather than later! Thanks everyone! And thanks Suzanne! We love you!!! πŸ™‚

  119. Barbee' says:

    Debbie, We have that set up and I have tested it. Both of ours registered a separate vote. I vote on the desktop and husband has his laptop on the same Modem. We both vote. When I read your comment, I thought I better check and be sure they both get counted. They do. At least ours do. For others? I’d say go ahead and vote on both, it might work like ours.

  120. Deb says:

    I’ve never made your Grandmother Bread but have it saved on my bloglines to try “one day.” This recipe sounds like a great place to start!

  121. Danilo Bogdanovic says:

    Reading this and looking at the pictures just made me tell my diet to go stick it’s head where the sun don’t shine πŸ™‚

  122. Brianne says:

    Suzanne – I have to tell you, my mom and I made this recipe for Thanksgiving dinner in place of the “old standby” pumpkin pie. It was WONDERFUL! It got rave reviews around the big table and has officially been invited to the annual shindig from this day forward! Thank you for posting this! Lots of love from 12 grateful eaters, plus me!

  123. Sandy says:

    Made the bread pudding for Thanksgiving. It was wonderful! Best to warm it up. I split mine into two 9×9 pans. :hungry: I need to make more!

  124. MaryLundShu says:

    I was hungry for bread pudding last night and this recipe comes to me this morning….COOL!

    Do you think you half the recipe successfully?

  125. Zu Rafael says:

    :hungry: Even not having quite the same ingredients as I live abroad, I will certainly try these delicious recipes. Thanks. I love your blog!

  126. lovely wicked intentions says:

    made this tonight for thanksgiving. used grandmother bread πŸ™‚ this was my first time ever making, or even tasting, bread pudding. it was fabulous. i think the sauce makes this dish. no one was excited to hear that i’d made bread pudding, but everyone gobbled it up and raved about it.

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