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Slow Cooker Apple Bread Pudding

(26 Votes)
YIELDS
4
COOK TIME
1 Hr 30 Min

Imagine making an old-fashioned comforting Apple Bread Pudding in a slow cooker!What an easy way to make a from-scratch favorite! This prize-winning Slow Cooker Apple Bread Pudding delivers tasty rewards without a lot of hands on time.

What You'll Need:
  • 8 slices white bread, cut into cubes (about 4 cups)
  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, melted
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 3/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • 4 cups peeled and chopped cooking apples
  • Whipped cream for garnish
What To Do:

 1. In a large bowl, combine bread cubes, butter, cinnamon, nutmeg, salt, and brown sugar; mix well.

2. In a 4-quart slow cooker, starting with the bread mixture, alternate layers with the chopped apples.

3. Cover and cook on high setting 1-1/2 hours or low setting 3 to 4 hours, or until apples are tender. Serve warm with whipped cream.

Notes
  • Served warm with ice cream...need we say more?! And if you'd like, you can add 1/2 cup raisins or nuts for an extra special flavor.
     

 

Ratings & Comments

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I have not made this yet so I cannot rate it.

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Is it possible to double or triple this recipe? I need more than 4 servings.

Yes you can double or triple this recipe. Use a 5 or 6 qt slow cooker and increase the time if needed.

I followed the recipe exactly, except instead of apples I used ground beef mixed with pepper and garlic and made into patties. Then, I substituted buns for the cubed bread, and mustard and ketchup for the cinnamon and nutmeg. Finally, I used a different dairy product (american cheese) instead of the butter. Overall....delish!

W T H ????? Find a different recipe, Whats wrong with you ???

You are a hoot, SmartAlec!

It took me about 3 times to get this perfected. I first used fresh store bought bread (to soggy), then homemade bread (to dry), then finally came down to day old homemade French bread sliced into 3/4" slices and then 3/4" cubes. I used 6 large apples...3 Granny Smith and 3 Braburn which came out to 5 1/2 cups (extra liquid for the day old homemade bread) and also added 1 tspn of vanilla extract and doubled the cinnamon and added an extra 1/2 cup of butter. The low setting for at least the full 4 hrs works best. Perfect consistancy

It takes me forever to print a recipe. In the lower left corner it says "Done, but with errors on page." The recipes I have been able to print have been great. Please tell me what I am doing wrong as I am getting very frustrated. Thank you, Ann Seher

I have read the recipe and watched the video twice and no where in either did they mention milk. I know that with the oven baked bread pudding that we do add milk, but let's remember that this is not an oven baked dish. I made this exactly as the recipe call for and it was delicious. I served it with a choice of heavy cream, cool whip or vanilla. This was a huge hit with all. Thanks for the recipe, love it.

Call me crazy, but I saw this last night, and decided to make it for breakfast. Dessert can be breakfast, right?! The thing is, I despise cooked apples. Apple pies, apple crisps, apple turnovers- no, no, a thousand times no! Love 'em raw, hate 'em cooked! But, my boyfriend LOVES them, and I was feeling nice so I made this. I followed the recipe exactly, except for one thing- I read some of the reviews regarding the moistness of this pudding. I was a tad concerned, so I wanted to add something. So, I added one single serving sized cup of cinnamon applesauce. It turned out perfectly moist, and my boyfriend got that eyes-rolled-back-in-the-head look. He absolutely loved it, a total success! Yay! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe...and my man thanks you too :)

We love this recipe for slower Cooker, it is easy and oh so moist. This will be my second comment,goes to show how much we love it! Thank you, Pattigrace

We loved this Apple Bread Pudding, I did add a cup of Raisins and a little more Cinnamon. What an easy recipe! Thank you, Pattigrace

Hi I would very much like to try this recipe. But as i read the comments alot of people are talking of adding milk of heave cream. does it cll for such & you forgot to put it in the recpie. Please let me know thanks.

so how much mik does it take? is it a heavy cream or just regular milk? i watched the video and it doesn't say, nor has the recipe been corrected to include it. TIA!!!

I did use some milk in this recipe, I just went with how moist I though it felt while mixing. Came out fine but I don,t think you would have to have the milk. Was a little more moist than I wanted when it was finished. I think the Apples gives it plenty of moisture. Pattigrace

I read the recipe and I watched the video. Nowhere in either is milk mentioned, so I have no idea why folks are wondering why it's been left out of the written version. There's so much melted butter and the moisture from the bread and apples, that it makes sense to me that there is no milk in the recipe itself. Some people have said they followed the recipe exactly and they loved it.

I made this exactly as posted except I added some frozen sweet cheeries instead of the apples, it was yummy. Will try with apples and other fruit as well.

I made this receipe on thanksgiving. the receipe did not call for milk. I did not watch video . it was horrible, had to throw out.It might have been good if I knew milk was to go in it. A lot of time and money wasted.

Made a double batch for Thanksgiving and had heavy ream to pour over it. It was a hit with all ages. I served it instead of apple pie and it got rave reviews.

I made this last weekend and it was so easy and tasty. I watched the video and it was correct and so was the recipe. So easy! Thank you Mr. Food for making my tree decorating party extra special.

Video calls for milk in this recipe but was not included in recipe. Does it call for milk? I made it without and seemed like it was missing something was it the milk? It was just ok without.

This recipe is the best, not to mention the easiest. I love the smell of my kitchen right now and the taste is even better. Just like when I was kid and my Mom was cooking. Thanks for the memories.

It reads 3/4 cup of packed brown sugar. Hope this helps.

in the apple slow cooker bread pudding receipe, i can not read if it calls for 1/4 or 1/2 packed brown sugar. please advise, thanks.

Years ago I made an apple butter pudding and have been looking for the recipe. I believe I mixed it all together and baked it for a few minutes until it was warmed. The is it except - I used day old bread, cubed and left out to dry a bit. Apple butter instead of apples and topped it with a lemon sauce. I believe it took a jar of apple butter or close to it. The girls at work loved it and somewhere along the line I've lost the recipe. The lemon sauce was warm too. Hope you can duplicate it and let us know. Thanks. Ann Cummins Port Orange, Florida

Why would you think this is a diabetic recipe? It doesn't say so in the recipe. You could make it one by using Splenda Brown sugar instead . Make sure you watch the video because the directions for cooking are different. As spurlock said it is 3-4 hrs.

Also on the time: 3 to 4 hours on LOW.

By reading the comments, I don't think they noticed that this is a DIABETIC recipe. Make changes to your taste.

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