Campfire S’mores Bread Pudding #BBFEggs
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I admit it. I have something akin to an obsession with smores. Ive enjoyed the on-the-stick, over-the-campfire version. Ive made them in the microwave, in the oven, no-bakes, smore cheesecakes and cupcakes, on the grill and now over the campfire. Judging by the number of versions Ive seen, I know Im not the only one who appreciates their gooey goodness!
My latest rendition is smores bread pudding that can be baked over a campfire or on a grill. I used the latest product offering from Burnbrae Farms Simply EggsLiquid Whole Eggsin my recipe. Whether youre out camping or at home, Simply Eggs is a great product. The carton is easy to transport. You can freeze the cartons for up to three months so that works great for camping, where the frozen cartons can help keep things cold until youre ready to thaw them for use. Each carton is equivalent to nine, large whole eggs so you have the quality protein, vitamins and minerals without the worry of broken shells and spoiled eggs. Being able to just pour the eggs without the mess is a benefit, too. You just shake and pour.
CAMPFIRE SMORES BREAD PUDDING
- 1 cup milk
- 6 tablespoons and 4 teaspoons of Burnbrae Farms Liquid Whole Eggs (equal to 2 eggs)
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 4 cups stale white bread
- 4 graham crackers
- 1/4 cup mini marshmallows
- 1/4 cup chocolate chips
- Whisk milk, eggs, sugar and vanilla in a medium sized bowl
- Stir in bread until fully covered in wet mixture
- Soak for 30 minutes
- Stir in marshmallows and chocolate chips
- Create a foil packet and put bread pudding contents inside
- I tossed a few extra chocolate chips and marshmallows on the top
- Cook on indirect heat for approximately 30 minutes or until fully cooked
- Serves 4-8
Immensely satisfying on a star-lit night, especially if you can get someone to play the guitar so everyone else can sing-along while you clean up the foil packets and lick your fingers.