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This is my recipe. I can only say that it’s super delicious and has ruined me for any other bread pudding.
White Chocolate Bread Pudding by Pepper Phillips
This recipe serves 6 – 12.
16 ounce loaf King’s Hawaiian Bread
3 whole eggs
7 egg yokes
4 cups heavy whipping cream
1 cup milk
½ cup sugar
½ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
24 ounces white chocolate (I used Hershey’s Premium White Chips.)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Cut bread into 1” squares and place in very large bowl.
Whisk eggs and egg yolks until blended in another bowl.
Pour 3 cups cream, milk, sugar, salt and vanilla extract into saucepan and heat, but don’t bring to a boil. When milk/cream mixture is hot, add 12 ounces of white chocolate and stir until chocolate is melted. Remove from stove. Slowly pour into the eggs, stirring constantly. Slow is the key. Then pour over the bread and mix until the bread soaks up the mixture.
Spray a 9” x 13” baking pan with cooking spray. Pour bread into the baking dish. Cover with foil. Bake 30 minutes. Remove foil and bake an addition 10 minutes.
White Chocolate Sauce:
Mix one cup of whipping cream and 12 ounces of white chocolate in sauce pan over medium heat. Stir until chips melt. Pour over individual servings of bread pudding.
This tastes best when warm.
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I had to drive to town today and the Lion’s Club placed the American Flag in telephone brackets lining the downtown streets in our small town. I took this picture in front of the District Attorney’s Office. It was remodeled several years ago and is a lovely addition to our downtown.
Seeing the flags fluttering in the breeze always makes me proud to be an American.
This special day was set aside in 1777 when the Continental Congress adopted a flag for our country.
But why do we only fly it on special occasions? Shouldn’t we fly it every day?
The bracket on my front porch broke. But I’m buying a new one, it will be difficult to install, as I’m not allowed on ladders, but I’ll get one of the boys to install it for me, then I’m going to fly the American flag daily.
I’m proud to be an American.