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Sunday, August 25, 2013

Grilled Bread Pudding

Even though I keep trying to deny it, summer really is coming to an end. My nieces started their first soccer games yesterday. Jim and I went to cheer them on.. and I got a touch of sun. Ginny and I were on our walk the other day and I saw some leaves that were already turning on a maple tree. I actually told the tree to stop. I'm sure it listened.

The stores have also already moved on to Halloween and Fall decorations. One store last week even had Christmas out... way to early for me. Well that's ok.. I love fall. However I have one more big event before I will give up summer.

That is our vacation to Yellowstone National Park. We are super excited to go on our trip and we leave this week :) I have printed out all of the reservations for our hotels and the rental car. Today I plan to lay out my clothes to pack.. plan for the carry on only situation :)

Since going out west is all about being outdoors, hiking, and campfires. I decided to bring that to the blog this week.. and we did grilled desserts. All of these recipes are super easy, fun, and tasty. I also enjoyed them because I got to make them with Jim. I have to admit I haven't ever actually grilled anything on my own before :)

If you have figured out my posting schedule (Sun, Tues, and Thurs) it will change slightly this week to (Sun, Mon, and Weds). Also since we will be gone for about a week there will be no blog posts next week : ( Don't worry I will be back the following week with some more amazing recipes.


2 eggs
1 cup milk
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 tsp cinnamon
4 cups bread cubes (I used french bread)
1 cup berries (I used 1/2 cup blueberries and 1/2 cup raspberries)

In a large bowl add the eggs, milk, sugar and cinnamon. Whisk them till they are mixed up well.

Add the bread cubes and the berries. Stir until all of the bread is coated with the egg mixture. Let soak for 30 minutes. (We took Ginny for a walk during this time)

Spray two large pieces of foil with cooking spray. Put the soaked bread mixture on one piece of foil. Put the other piece over the top and form a foil packet.

Grill on indirect heat for 35 minutes. Turn a few times.

Eat and Enjoy right away! 

This recipe originally appeared in the Food Network magazine.

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  1. Great idea to do a dessert on the grill!

    1. Its been pretty fun trying them out :) Hope everything is going good for you!

  2. I love the idea of grill baking, have got to remember this for next year!

  3. Not sure if you are still taking questions on this post but this looks great and I have all the ingredients. Can I use pound cake or does it deal well better with bread? And do I just triple the recipe and use extra packets for additional guests.