Vegan Bread Pudding

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Vegan

bread

pudding

Prep Time

10 minutes

6 Ingredients

Plus garnish

This Vegan Bread Pudding is simple, sweet, and will absolutely melt in your mouth, making this treat the best way to salvage your stale bread!

WHY

MAKE THIS?

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simple!

simple!

Accessible ingredients, one mixing bowl, throw it in a dish, and pop it in the oven!

it's

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resourceful

Using simple pantry ingredients, it comes together so quickly!

it's

INGREDIENTS

Vegan Butter

Coconut Milk

Vanilla Extract

Sugar

White Bread

Applesauce

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GREEN

tip!

Bread is one of the most wasted food products in the U.S. because of our tendency to throw it out as soon as it’s stale.

Reduce your contribution to food waste by re-vamping your stale bread with this Vegan Bread Pudding!

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1

step

Preheat your oven to 350°F. Add butter to microwave-safe dish and microwave in 15-second intervals, stirring in between, until completely melted. 

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2

step

Cut your bread into cubes, about 1-inch long on each side. 

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3

step

In a large mixing bowl, add milk, apple sauce, granulated sugar, vanilla extract, and melted butter and stir until combined. 

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4

step

Add your cubed bread to the mixing bowl and use a spatula or wooden spoon to toss, ensuring every piece is coated. 

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5

step

Transfer your bread pudding mixture to a medium-sized casserole dish, and use a spatula to make sure the mixture is spread evenly across the dish. 

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6

step

Bake for 40-45 minutes, until the top just starts to brown. Sprinkle with powdered sugar (optional) and serve warm. 

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PRO

tips

You can use any unsweetened nondairy milk with similar success.

Don’t worry if your bread is not fresh! This recipe is a great way to breathe new life into stale bread.

White bread is preferred, but really any bread will work with this recipe!