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Easy Banana Bread Pudding

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This easy banana bread pudding recipe is so amazing!! Like a dessert or brunch casserole made with overripe bananas and caramel bits if you want it to be really out of this world. You have to try this recipe for your family or to bring to a potluck, I assure you there won’t be any left to take home!
I recently decided to figure out a really easy bread pudding recipe because I had it at a restaurant and forgot just how much I loved it! I started with a caramel apple bread pudding, and now here to show you how to make an easy banana bread pudding that may have surpassed the yumminess of the caramel apple….but barely. 😉 Here’s the recipe! (originally published 11/15)

We buy bananas like they’re going out of style! With 3 kids, all 5 of us trying to eat healthier, and it being an inexpensive fruit I buy several bunches at a time when I’m at the store. Of course occasionally they become overripe and as to not let them go to waste I often make coconut banana bread out of them. When they are nice and yellow though this banana bread pudding recipe is a great way to use them in this incredible dessert.

This easy banana bread pudding recipe is so amazing!! Like a dessert or brunch casserole made with overripe bananas and caramel bits if you want it to be really out of this world. You have to try this recipe for your family or to bring to a potluck, I assure you there won't be any left to take home!
Ingredients
  • 3 c milk
  • 3 eggs
  • 3/4 c sugar
  • 2 bananas
  • 1/2 c caramel bits
  • 1 loaf french or sandwich bread day old is best, discard heels of bread
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1/2 tsp almond extract
  • 2 tbsp melted butter if using a bundt or mini bundt pans
  • Non stick spray if using 9x12 glass dish

Instructions
  1. Dice your loaf of french bread, or thick sandwich bread (do not use heels). 
  2. Add milk to large bowl. Put diced bread into milk and soak milk up with bread. In separate bowl add eggs, sugar, vanilla, almond extract and mix well. 
  3. Add sugar mixture to bread mixture and mix well. Cut banana, add to mixture and add your caramel bits to mixture. 
  4. Melt butter and pour into bundt pan if you're using that, or spray non stick cooking spray into glass 9x12 baking dish. 
  5. Fill bundt holes with a banana slice and then with bread pudding mix, or pour mix directly into glass baking dish and put in oven at 350 degrees for approx. 
  6. 30 minutes or until egg is no longer soft. You don't want to over cook this as bread pudding should be soft.

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