Pressure Cooker French Toast Bread Pudding2022-02-13
- Yield: 4
- Servings: 6
- Prep Time: 10m
- Cook Time: 15m
- Ready In: 25m
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Saturated Fat9.0 g
Trans Fat3.2 g
Unsaturated Fat0.0 g
Pressure cooker French toast bread pudding. French toast bread pudding cooked in a pressure cooker. Very simple and easy dessert. I served it topped with berries and vanilla ice cream.
Wow, this was so tasty! I love French toast and don’t usually make it. But this Instant Pot French toast casserole was super yummy and so simple. It only needed 9 common things, like bread, eggs, and milk. The only extra thing I had to buy was the French bread.
Think You Know What’s Best For Breakfast? Think Again!
A breakfast dish is a meal that is eaten in the morning, typically one of the first meals of the day. Breakfast dishes are often lighter than dinner dishes and may include eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes or waffles, toast, and cereal.
The most popular breakfast dish in America is cereal. People also enjoy toast with butter and jam or peanut butter and jelly. French toast is a popular dish for breakfast as well because it can be made from bread products like white bread or challah bread.
Introduction: Pressure Cooker French Toast Bread Pudding Is An Absolute Game Changer
Bread pudding is a favorite breakfast dish for many people, but it can take some time to prepare and requires a lot of ingredients.
If you have a pressure cooker and want to try something new, this recipe for bread pudding is an absolute game-changer! It’s so easy to make, and the ingredients are not only minimal but also very accessible.
The best part? You can whip it up in less than 30 minutes.
3 Awesome Pressure Cooker Variations of Bread Pudding
French toast is a traditional breakfast dish that consists of bread dipped in eggs and milk, then fried. It is often served with maple syrup or fruit preserves as a topping. The dish can be made with a variety of bread, including challah, brioche, croissants, or even English muffins.
The pressure cooker is a modern invention that cooks food quickly by trapping the steam and boiling liquid inside the pot to cook the food more quickly than other methods.
The pressure cooker was invented in 1679 by French physicist Denis Papin who developed it for cooking meat without scorching it.
3 Awesome Pressure Cooker Variations of Bread Pudding:
1) Apple Cinnamon French Toast Bread Pudding: This recipe uses bread soaked in apple cider instead of regular milk. The result is a slightly spicier French toast bread pudding.
2) Cranberry Orange Pudding: This recipe uses bread soaked in orange juice and cranberry sauce instead of regular milk. The result is a sweet, but tangy and tart addition to the standard classic.
3) Peach Chambord Bread Pudding: This recipe uses bread soaked in peach Chambord instead of regular milk. The result is a fruity, sweet, and slightly bubbling French toast bread pudding.
Pressure Cooker French Toast Bread Pudding
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- 2 large eggs, beaten
- 1 cup (250 ml) whole milk
- 1/4 cup granulated sugar
- 1/4 cup (250 ml) orange marmalade
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 5 cups bread cubes
- 1/4 cup raisins
- fresh berries to decorate
Lightly butter high-sided, round baking dish. Set aside. Place the pressure cooker rack inside a pressure cooker. Pour in 2 cups (500 ml) of water.
In a large mixing bowl, combine eggs, milk, sugar, orange marmalade, vanilla, and cinnamon. Whisk until smooth. Add cubed bread and raisins. Toss well to soak up the liquids.
Pour the bread mixture into the prepared greased baking dish. Cover and seal the dish with aluminum foil. Make a foil sling, then set the filled baking dish on it. Lower the baking dish in the sling onto the pressure cooker rack. Fold the ends of the sling.
Close the pressure cooker and lock the lid. Set the machine to cook to high pressure. Set the timer to cook for 18 minutes.
Open the pressure cooker, using a Quick Release mode. Using a foil sling, transfer the baking dish to a wire rack. Remove the aluminum foil and cool for 5 minutes.
Top with fresh berries (optional). Serve warm.