Bake the cinnamon rolls or buy already prepared cinnamon rolls and cut them in half or small pieces. Place into your baking dish.
Start up your electric mixer and beat the eggs very well. Add the evaporated milk, quart of milk, sugar and vanilla. Beat all of this quite well. Pour over the pieces of cinnamon rolls in your baking dish.
Have your oven preheated to 325 degrees and bake the bread pudding about a half-hour. It’s great when served warm from the oven.
You can jazz this easy bread pudding up by adding some topping made by using confectioners’ sugar, a little milk and a little vanilla flavoring. Or, you can give it a twist by adding another flavoring to the topping. Just drizzle it over the pudding so everyone will get a taste of the topping as well as the pudding.
You can hardly get a dessert that’s easier than this. You’ll also find it’s pleasing to the taste buds. You can add a little extra cinnamon if you like, but don’t overdo it.
You also can add some drained sliced peaches or a handful of raisins to the pudding mix before baking. These bring added flavors to your dessert and will also be well received by most folks. Enjoy.
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