This is a picture of a wonderful restaurant in Montague, Prince Edward Island, Canada. It is called "Windows on the Water". I had the pleasure of dining here on a family trip to PEI in the summer of 2009. It was highly recommended in one of our travel guides and we jumped at the chance to eat here. We had a delicious meal and excellent service, but what did it for me, was the magnificent bread pudding! Before we flew back home, we went out of our way to visit this restaurant again. I believe we drove 1 1/2 hours just to eat there. That's how much we loved it!
This is a picture of my husband holding a plate of the sinfully delicious bread pudding! I swore I would not rest until I came up with something just as good. That, or I would have to visit PEI more often for a fix of this delectable dessert!
My Bread Pudding
|Remove crust from french bread loaf, cut into one inch cubes. Should be day-old.|
|Drizzle melted butter over bread cubes and sprinkle plumped sultana raisins over top.|
|In a large bowl, add eggs, milk, cinnamon, and a few other ingredients ;)|
|Pour your mixture over the bread, pushing down with whisk, making sure everything is soaked|
|Bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for 40-45 minutes. I love the smell bread pudding leaves in the house!|
|Ingredients for making the brown sugar sauce|
|This is the sauce cooling in a glass bowl|
|A slice of heaven and a feast for the senses!|
I am so very proud of this recipe, as I managed to recreate the delicious dessert I so enjoyed in PEI. Thank you to Windows On The Water for the inspiration! This is definitely a favorite of mine and will be in my cookbook! Hope you enjoyed reading this post. I would love to hear from you! All comments are appreciated. Have a wonderful day! xo