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Great Coconut Oil Bread Pudding

Updated on December 18, 2016
Bread Pudding without coconut flakes
Bread Pudding without coconut flakes

How To Incorporate Coconut Oil In Your Diet?

This is a great dessert, and you don't even know that you are having the wonderful coconut oil for your health. This follows a series of articles on coconut oil:

(1) Ketone Found in Coconut Oil Improves Brain Disorders From Alzheimer's and Dementia to Autism and Epilepsy and More, (2) Seven Easy Ways To Add More Coconut Oil Into Your Diet To Gain The Health Benefits And Ketones, (3) Common Usage of Coconut Oil and Cures, and (4) Can You Lose Weight By Eating Coconut Oil?

Homemade Bread for Bread Pudding

3 c flour

2.5 t yeast

2 T sugar

1 c water

1 t salt

1/4 c coconut oil

Olive Oil to brush on the top of the loaf

350 degree F for 20 minutes or follow the instructions to use the breadmaker.

Let the bread go stale in 1 day.

Ingredients for Bread Pudding

2 c sugar

5 eggs

2 c milk

2 t vanilla extract

3 cups of cubed stale bread

1/2 c maple syrup

1/4 c coconut oil

1/2 t cinnamon

1/8 c coconut (optional)

Ingredients for Sauce

1 c sugar

1/2 c coconut oil

1 beaten egg

2 t vanilla extract

Melt the coconut oil either in the microwave or stove top. It liquifies at 76 degree F. Mix the wet ingredients together. You will find that when the coconut oil hits the mixture, it will solidify like little ice bergs. That okay. Now, mix in cubed bread and let soak for 10 minutes. Put in greased 9 x 13 inch pan and bake at 350 degree F for 35-45 minutes.

For the sauce, mix all of the ingredients in a sauce pan under medium heat until the sugar has melted. Then, pour over bread pudding, and serve either cold or hot. If you like, sprinkle coconut on top of the sauce.

This bread pudding tastes like tropical heaven and there is approximately 1 c of coconut oil in it. Hope you try it.


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      formosangirl 5 years ago from Los Angeles

      Thanks, Anuws. It does give everything a hint of coconut.

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      anuws 5 years ago from Dubai, United Arab Emirates

      Hmmm mouth watering! :)

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      formosangirl 6 years ago from Los Angeles

      Jiro, the US is a little behind. Recently, we visited our health food store, Co-opportunity, and coconut oil has become so popular that they had to add a large metal rack full of different coconut oil brands and types. Thanks for commenting.

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      jiro 6 years ago from India

      we use coconut oil in all our recipes in kerala

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      formosangirl 6 years ago from Los Angeles

      Thanks, veggie-mom. It is just heavenly.

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      formosangirl 6 years ago from Los Angeles

      Thanks, john000 for your comments. Yes, it is good for cold sores, and it is good as lip balm.

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      veggie-mom 6 years ago

      This sounds really delicious, I love coconut!

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      John R Wilsdon 6 years ago from Superior, Arizona

      Have read about the use of coconut oil to treat a number of ailments. I discovered that many claim it heals cold sores fast. Whether it does or not, I love bread pudding and the recipe sounds great!:)

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