Not Pudding in de Bin

croissant puddingI really do hate having to throw things away so when I realised that half of a pack of croissants was really too dry to eat I just couldn’t bring myself to put them in the bin.  So I went on a scout around the kitchen and found half a pot of fresh cream in the fridge that needed using and those annoying bags of things in the store cupboards where there is just a spoonful of things that need using before the packaging can be thrown away.  A few sultanas and some cranberries in one cupboard and the end of a bag of castor sugar in another.

We very rarely have a sweet after our main meal but with the addition of a couple of eggs and some spices – cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg – I was able to make a very satisfying and interesting take on a traditional English bread and butter pudding.  Very unexpected but very tasty…. Mmmm-mmmmmmm!!



About solunarsilverstudio

I am the mother of 4 wonderful people and a grandmother of 5 but sadly, my oldest grandchild died after a road traffic accident in 2010. I have been married to my wonderful husband – and my best friend – since 1981. I have always been creative – for as far back as I can remember – and having spent many years as a ‘mature art student’ and finally graduating in 2007, I spent some time working on my own range of pure silver jewellery. Recent events called a halt to my silver work and in many ways my desire to do anything creative but I realise now that I need to be making things again. I am hoping that this year's Thing-a-Day will help me back onto the creative pathway.

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  1. solunarsilverstudio

    Reblogged this on SolunarSilverStudio’s Blog and commented:

    Post 24 for Thing-a-Day 2013

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