Madonna Inn Wedding Cake Bread Pudding

January 14, 2016 at 2:00 am 1 comment

She will no longer be called Miss Partner. I can know officially call her Mrs. Partner, or state sanctioned spouse, or wife person. That’s right. We done got hitched last month. We surprised all our closest friends at our weekly “meeting” called date night; well, except for our deputized officiant and our first witness (the two people vying for second witness had it out with rock-paper-scissors).

898394_origOur officiant surprised us with a Madonna Inn Cake of the Raspberry Delight persuasion. If you have been to the world famous kitchy-kitch-super-camp-extra-pink Madonna Inn, their cakes our well known for their decadence. If you know the sizes of the slices of cake they sell at the Cafe and Steakhouse, you know how difficult it’s going to be to finish this fluffy cake before it drys out. Someone brilliant at date night suggested french toast, which is just a pan-fried bread pudding.

I buttered a pan. Reserving the white chocolate curls for later, I scrapped off the frosting and blenderized with with 6 eggs and about 12 ounces of beer, because I had no cream or milk or coconut milk in the house. I cut the cake to fit the buttered pan, and poured the custard, now tasting much like beery egg nog, over the cake. I let it sit overnight and baked it for 20 minutes with foil and 20 minutes without foil in the morning. That’s what I call breakfast. I took one pan to work and we ate the rest of it all week…


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  • 1. laurelap  |  January 14, 2016 at 2:39 am

    How yummy is that…Raspberry Delight and all? I thought blenderizing the icing with the eggs genius move! Bravo!


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