4 Tablespoons butter or marge, additional or less PRN, at temperature 
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
5 slices crust-on light bread
1/2 cup raisins...
1/4 cup sugar 
2 cups milk 
2 eggs


*Preheat kitchen appliance to 350 degrees F./180 C 
*Add cinnamon to sugar in cup and blend well. 
*Set aside. 
*Generously unfold one aspect of every piece of bread with butter or marge. 
*Cutting diagonally, slice every in [*fr1]. 
*Arrange triangle slices in pan, slightly overlapping, with butter-side 
up and cut edges facing an equivalent direction, creating a spiral. 
*As you add the bread, sprinkle with sugar, cinnamon, and raisins. 
*Put milk in tiny bowl, add eggs, and exploitation whisk or fork, combine to mix well. 
*Pour milk mixture over bread and raisins in baking pan. 
*Set aside for regarding quarter-hour for bread to soak up liquid. 
*Bake in kitchen appliance for regarding half-hour, or till high is golden brown. 
*Serve the pudding whereas still heat in individual course bowls. 
*It is consumed plain or with cream poured over it..


  1. Can't beat the old reliable recipes.

  2. Love the recipe
    The directions however are annoying

  3. Like recipe but the instructions are a bit confusing, how do you add exploitation??? Etc

  4. Looks nice and the ingredients are simple but I`ve never seen such words used is a set of recipe instructions before.
    "Unfold one aspect ?, equivalent direction, creating a spiral?, exploitation? and regarding half-hour?"
    A simple recipe made confusing by what seems like non-English converted to pigeon English.
    I really want to make this but I`m not in a position to waste food while unemployed.