Dried prune pudding
A good recycling of stale bread.
This is the H’s contribution to the food blog: a prune pudding that enables you to get rid of your stale bread leftovers. He used to do it with milk, until lactose intolerance struck: this version was done with almond milk instead–which is much easier to digest for me 🙂
- 600-700g of stale bread
- 400g dried prunes
- 1L almond milk
- 20g sugar
- 3 eggs
- 1 tablespoon rhum
- Pre-heat oven to 200°C.
- Cut the slate bread into chunks and put it in a wide hollow dish. Pour half to ¾ almond milk over the bread. Set aside until the milk has been completely absorbed. If the bread is still not drenched with milk, add more milk.
- Add the prunes, rhum, beaten eggs and sugar. Mix well.
- Flour and butter a low cake mould, cook for 40min.
- Sprinkle generously with sugar as soon as the mould is withdrawn from the oven