Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Cranberry Bread Pudding with Nature's Pride Review

Apple Oatmeal Bread Pudding

Nature's Pride Oatmeal Bread is just perfect for this fall dessert with fresh apples!

One of the advantages of being a Foodbuzz tastetester is we get to review such awesome products. Nature's Pride sent this to me to try.....and this was wonderful in bread pudding!
I loved how easy and hearty this was to use to layer this  and  it's 100% natural. Knowing how good this is for you, just makes you want to eat more!
4 cups Nature's Pride 100% natural Oatmeal bread, torn into small pieces

2 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
3 large McIntosh apples or other tart style apple, peeled, cored, and sliced
1/4 cup chopped dried cranberries, or raisins optional
2 cups milk
1 cup brown sugar
3 tablespoons butter
3 eggs
1 teaspoon pure vanilla
1teaspoon pure almond extract
optional :
1/2 cup chopped walnuts

1/4 cup equal parts of cinnamon and sugar for the top

I butter a glass baking dish by putting two tablespoons of butter in the bottom 11x7-inch stick in oven to melt the butter for 10 minutes on 350 hot oven.

In a large bowl, combine bread, cinnamon, and apple slices, add cranberries at this point and nuts if using. In microwave safe bowl, combine milk, brown sugar, and butter. Microwave until milk is hot and butter is melted.

Whisk eggs with vanilla in another bowl. Remove milk mixture from microwave and whisk in the hot milk. Pour the mixture over the bread apples, and sprinkle with cinnamon.

Pour bread mixture into the prepared baking dish. Set a water filled large shallow cookie sheet in oven and put the bread pudding pan inside the larger pan. About 1/2-inch deep of water. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar.  Bake for 40 to 50 minutes, or until a knife inserted near center comes out clean. Serve warm.


Federica said...

Wonderful recipe, healthy and tasty. I really like all the ingredients you used and especially I can't resist cinnamon. Bye, have a great week end

My Little Space said...

Simply irresistible! The pudding must be tasty good. Halloween is at the corner. More cookies & candies coming up soon? ^_^ Time just flies, isn't it!
Blessings, Kristy

Tania said...

It seems to me to smell of cinnamon, this pudding is divine!

Claudia said...

Love this recipe - a change from plain oatmeal. A grand way to begin the day!

Kristin King - Norfolk Cooking Examiner said...

Oh yum! Believe it or not, I've just been introduced to bread pudding...Now that I've had it, I want it all! :)

redkathy said...

My bread came yesterday! We love bread pudding and I was thinking about making some with coconut but darn yours looks sooo good I might just use your recipe instead Claudia.

Drick said...

waaaaaaa ... I didn't get oatmeal bread in by box - but that was several months ago, glad to see they have started the program back up .... this is sinful Claudia, different and delightful, a great, great change of bread pudding,,,, sans bourbon...LOL

vinguisher said...

Kids will surely love to eat this simple recipe of yours.

vinguisher said...

im gonna make one of this recipe for christmas.

Reeni said...

What a delicious treat! Love the apples and all that cinnamon you packed into this!