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Old 04-15-2011, 12:11 PM   #11
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So, LT, you've made it your life's work to sabotage every diabetic on the planet? That looks so perfect.Great job.

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Did you notice that it came out great with whole grain bread? See, that's healthy.

Couldn't you just use Splenda? The sauce isn't necessary for a great dessert. Adding the sauce is just delightfully decadent.
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Old 04-15-2011, 04:54 PM   #12
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I love bread pudding, but I prefer mine really moist. This looks like a good recipe, but I'll be cutting the bread down by about 1/3rd. A big scoop of French vanilla ice cream on top of a hot bowl of it, and I'm all set.
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Old 04-15-2011, 05:06 PM   #13
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We are making this right now for our Mexican party tomorrow.I am doubling the bourbon sauce though!
I almost tried a tequila sauce but I love bourbon.
I am using Woodford Reserve!

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Did you notice that it came out great with whole grain bread? See, that's healthy.

Couldn't you just use Splenda? The sauce isn't necessary for a great dessert. Adding the sauce is just delightfully decadent.
Yeh, I can make it healthy, and taste great. It's just that picture! What a wonderful looking desert, with sauce. And the raisins, well, I'm sure I could substitute with blueberries. Raisins aren't the best for me, though I love their flavor and texture.

And one more thing, thank you for steering me back to the right road.

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This was a total hit at the party.The sauce was the bomb-diggity!
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This was a total hit at the party.The sauce was the bomb-diggity!
Which sauce did you make?
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