Sunday, March 3, 2013


Here ya' go brother Dicka, this is for you. I can remember mother goose making Grape-nut pudding in my younger days.  I think I excused myself from the table if this was the dessert for the day.  Didn't think it was very pretty then and 40 years later it still isn't very pretty to me. Guess I am not a custard type of girl. I may of stayed at the dinner table long enough to eat the whipped cream off the top of the pudding!

 And even today you will still see this offered on many menu's.  I'll have a slice of apple pie please.  

 I do like the pottery dish that my neighbor Heidi gave to me. 

I have a box of Grape-nut cereal in the cupboard and what will I do with it? I could make this again because Mr. Dick enjoyed this old fashion pudding or I could make Grape-nut bread. 

A old fashion custard dessert loved by many.  

 I found this recipe in my cookbook from  "The  Maine Alzheimer's Association" this recipe for the Grape-nut pudding was given by The Honorable Tom Allen, US Congressman Portland, Maine 
Enjoy and happy baking my friends,   Andi 

1 quart milk  I would use whole milk 
1 cup grape-nut cereal
3 eggs, beaten
3/4 cup sugar
1 1/2 tsp vanilla
pinch of salt
optional add:
1/2 tsp cinnamon and 1/2 cup raisins
grated nutmeg over the top 

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix the milk with the grape nuts and let stand about 10 minutes.  Beat eggs, sugar, vanilla and salt. and add the optional cinnamon and raisins if using.   Add the milk mixture and stir well.  Sprinkle the top with grated nutmeg   Bake 45 minutes or until a knife comes clean when inserted in center of pudding

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  1. This recipe sounds good, Im going to have to try it sometime. =)

    Melissa @ My recent favorite books

  2. I really like Grape-Nuts, but I'm not much of a custard/pudding person either. I think I'll stick to eating mine in a bowl with milk :-) However, it's probably delicious! I'm intrigued by the Grape Nut bread.

  3. Brother Dick this pudding was made for you sure how you enjoy the picture. Your sister Andi