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Capirotada #14649770 03/04/23 05:13 AM
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My grandmother would make this during lent. It's basically bread pudding. Mmm so good😋!
You boil 3 cups of water and you add 2 Cinnamon sticks and 2 1/2 cups of raisins, 2 cups of sugar or you can make it as sweet as you want. Meanwhile toast your bread 12 slices for a pan that's 11x8. You are also going to need 2 cups grated cheddar cheese. Once you have your bread toasted just start layering. Bread, peanuts, add the sweet Cinnamon water with some raisins, then sprinkle cheeses repeat. Put it in the oven at 350° till cheese melts.
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Not a big fan of raisins, but I`d have to give it a try. My grandmother made bread pudding when I was growing up. Seems like she always had some whenever I spent the night or just showed up to eat unannounced when I got older. Only place I ever ate any. I think hers had a little cinnamon sprinkled on the top also.

She also made a cake that she called a 'Poor Woman`s Cake". I think it was basically a yellow cake that she poured a simple syrup over the top when it was still hot. It was to die for.

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Originally Posted by TPACK
Not a big fan of raisins, but I`d have to give it a try. My grandmother made bread pudding when I was growing up. Seems like she always had some whenever I spent the night or just showed up to eat unannounced when I got older. Only place I ever ate any. I think hers had a little cinnamon sprinkled on the top also.

She also made a cake that she called a 'Poor Woman`s Cake". I think it was basically a yellow cake that she poured a simple syrup over the top when it was still hot. It was to die for.

You can also add drained crushed Pineapple. Your gmas cake sounds good😋!


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Re: Capirotada [Re: Pot licker] #14650538 03/05/23 10:21 AM
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Interesting combination I’ll have to try that


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Originally Posted by Luke57
Interesting combination I’ll have to try that

I think you'll like it. My grandmother would only make it during lent, but I like it so much I make it year around😃


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Re: Capirotada [Re: Pot licker] #14650943 03/05/23 09:21 PM
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That looks pretty good. food


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Originally Posted by banker-always fishing
That looks pretty good. food

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Does the cheese make this Keto Friendly - roflmaoLooks and sounds awesome!


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Originally Posted by krawlin 47
Does the cheese make this Keto Friendly - roflmaoLooks and sounds awesome!

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Originally Posted by Pot licker
My grandmother would make this during lent. It's basically bread pudding. Mmm so good😋!
You boil 3 cups of water and you add 2 Cinnamon sticks and 2 1/2 cups of raisins, 2 cups of sugar or you can make it as sweet as you want. Meanwhile toast your bread 12 slices for a pan that's 11x8. You are also going to need 2 cups grated cheddar cheese. Once you have your bread toasted just start layering. Bread, peanuts, add the sweet Cinnamon water with some raisins, then sprinkle cheeses repeat. Put it in the oven at 350° till cheese melts.
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My grandmother would make this during lent. It's basically bread pudding. Mmm so good😋!
You boil 3 cups of water and you add 2 Cinnamon sticks and 2 1/2 cups of raisins, 2 cups of sugar or you can make it as sweet as you want. Meanwhile toast your bread 12 slices for a pan that's 11x8. You are also going to need 2 cups grated cheddar cheese. Once you have your bread toasted just start layering. Bread, peanuts, add the sweet Cinnamon water with some raisins, then sprinkle cheeses repeat. Put it in the oven at 350° till cheese melts.
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Looks Awesome!

Reminds me......When my sister was young, she had a handful of raisins in her hand and my grandfather walked by and said "why do you have all those dead flies in your hand?"

To this day, and she's 63, she will not eat a raisin. He was always messing around and had fun with his grand kids but felt guilty about that one till he passed. I still chuckle about it.

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Originally Posted by Marion Morrison
Looks Awesome!

Reminds me......When my sister was young, she had a handful of raisins in her hand and my grandfather walked by and said "why do you have all those dead flies in your hand?"

To this day, and she's 63, she will not eat a raisin. He was always messing around and had fun with his grand kids but felt guilty about that one till he passed. I still chuckle about it.

Thanks Marion Morrison! Thanks for sharing that story😄 !!


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