Sunday, October 11, 2015

Goetze Caramel Cream bread pudding #Recipe

It's funny when I know something that will trigger a genuine smile from my husband, this happened when I showed him the bags of Goetze Caramel Cream candies. His eye's got big and he was excited. He loves caramel but it just wasn't the candy that got him excited, it was the memories that came flooding back to him. He was brought back to his childhood and going to visit his grandmother and the one candy she always had in the candy dish was Goetze caramel creams. 
And instantly he opened one up, promptly poked the cream out and ate each individually....I looked at him puzzled, he explained that's the way he's always eaten them and old habits die hard! 

He had the chance to eat them in a way he never had thought about before but it would combine Goetze caramel creams and bread pudding. I thought that would be a great mash up and should be a very tasty combination and it was! I added the caramel late into the baking process so that the caramel's wouldn't burn, but what I did do prior was something I took from my husband. I poked out the cream centers and added them to the bread pudding so the cream could bake into the pudding. I must say this bread pudding was really good, or as my husband put it the best bread pudding he's ever eaten.
oetze Caramel Cream Bread Pudding 
8-10 Slices of Bread
12 Carmel Creams
White cream of an additional 5 caramels
1 stick of butter
1/2 cup of sugar
1 teaspoon of vanilla
1 teaspoon of cinnamon
2 eggs
2 cups of milk

Cut each Carmel Cream into 4 small pieces, put aside. Mix wet ingredients in a bowl, then when well mixed add cinnamon and sugar, mix well. Rip up bread and put in an oven safe dish. Coat bread with liquid mixture. Mix in cream whites. Preheat oven to 350 degrees then bake for 1 hour. When baking is finished and bread is still warm insert Carmel Creams. Do not add the Carmel Creams until baking is finished, they may burn. 

Now I know what you're thinking....he said that because he has to! No. He's a bread pudding fiend, it's his favorite dessert and he's had more types of bread pudding than I can count! He said it was the caramel that did it. The Goetze caramel creams added just enough sweetness and turned normal bread pudding into an ooey gooey delight. It was made on a Sunday it met its ultimate demise Monday. That pudding never had a chance. If you are looking for a bread pudding that is simple to make and will be quite the crowd pleaser, be sure to try out this recipe, you will be glad you did. 
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27 comments:

Priscilla S. said...

Wow! This sounds amazing. I love caramel. I will definitely be giving this recipe a try!

G K said...

I've always wanted to try bread pudding, and this looks like the perfect recipe to try.

Julie Wood said...

I love this dish with caramels. I love anything that has caramel in it and this is a fun recipe for me to make. Thanks for sharing!

Trisha McKee said...

Oh, this is definitely one i have to try! I can't wait to take this to work and have everyone try it! Thank you for posting.

Tim A said...

I wonder if you could add sliced apples to it?

RICHARD HICKS said...

Would love to try this. I would not last long in our house!

Deanna Lander said...

Just made this tonight for dessert tomorrow. Looks and smells amazing. Ps I eat them exactly the same way your husband does! :)

Shakeia Rieux said...

I have never tried caramel cream bread putting before but it does look good.I would love to make this for my family but I think I'll end up eating it by myself,not because they won't like it but because I'm not going to want to share after the first bite.I will definitely make this once I have all the ingredients.

RICHARD HICKS said...

Never heard of this but I sure do want to give it a try

Rose-Marie said...

I love these caramel creams - and I can only imagine a caramel bread pudding with these I must try!!! and buy some extra caramels, too, so I can "sample" a few!!!

judy schechter said...

Wow, that's awesome! I'm addicted to those caramel creams and I can't wait to try this recipe! Thanks for sharing it!

Jerry Marquardt said...

This looks like a wonderful recipe to try out. I am going to try it over the holidays.

Christina Moore said...

This looks and sounds yummy, can not wait to try this

Christina Moore said...

This sounds so good, love to make this

Billys Mom said...

oh my goodness! This looks so good. Love those carmels, would never have thought of this. Thank you so much.

Nidhi said...

wow this looks so yum. I will definitely try this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

Cheryl said...

These used to be some of my favorite candies.

Christina Moore said...

I will have to make this for my granddaughter

Brandon Sparks said...

This looks like it would taste so good. I am really going to have to try and make this.

Linda C. said...

Yummm!!! I used to eat these when I was little.

Maryann D. said...

This is such an interesting and tasty recipe! I would enjoy it very much.
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Tracie Michelle Cooper said...

My hubby loves these caramels and this would be the perfect recipe to make for him.

BethElderton said...

OMGoodness this sounds wonderful! This would be a great holiday treat.
Mary Beth Elderton

Amy said...

This is my favorite candy! Never thought about using it in a recipe! Thank you.

jjmon2012 said...

MY FAVORITE old time candy never would have dreamed of making bread pudding and using this candy.............. I am going to make this!!

Julie Waldron said...

My husband loves these candies, honestly I can't stand them. LOL But this looks like an interesting recipe. It would be great with caramels.

Mary Gardner said...

This is one of my favorite candies and putting them in a bread pudding sounds mouth watering!

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