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**Slow Cooker Tres Leches Bread Pudding

Slow Cooker Tres Leches Bread Pudding

  • Cooking Time:

    4 hours
  • Servings:

    10-12

Ingredients

2 1/4 c. whole milk
14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
12 oz. can evaporated milk
1/2 c. sugar
1 T. vanilla extract
1 tsp. ground cinnamon
1 tsp. kosher salt
9 egg yolks
10-12 slices white bread, challah works great
Freshly whipped cream

It doesn’t have to be Cin­co de Mayo to enjoy this amaz­ing and easy tra­di­tion­al dessert with a twist.  Slow Cook­er Tres Lech­es Bread Pud­ding can be made with any day-old bread you have on hand!

  1. Light­ly grease the inside of a large crock. Line the insert with foil for easy removal, let­ting some foil over­hang.
  2. Next, in a large mix­ing bowl, whisk togeth­er whole milk, sweet­ened con­densed milk, evap­o­rat­ed milk, sug­ar, vanil­la, cin­na­mon, salt and egg yolks. Toss in the cubed bread and mix to coat all the bread.
  3. Add the mix­ture to the slow cook­er.
  4. Cov­er and crock on LOW about 4 hours.
  5. Check cen­ter of cake with tooth­pick.
  6. Remove lid, and allow to cool for 30 min­utes.
  7. Use the foil han­dles to lift the bread pud­ding from crock.

SERVE by top­ping each dish with fresh­ly whipped cream and cin­na­mon.

Hap­py Crock­ing!

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Jenn

Bread Pudding

 

Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a weekly "Mom Monday" segment on ABC-15 in Phoenix. Jenn is the founder of GetCrocked, the #1 resource for slow cooking with over 1.5 million online followers. She innovates recipes daily with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cooker.

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Sylvia
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Sylvia

Why is it nec­es­sary to remove the pud­ding from the crock pot to serve it? Seems like it might be tricky to use foil to lift it out, so why not just serve from there?

Jackie King
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Jackie King

What about using the Plas­tic Reynold’s Slow cook­er Bags?? Or is Foil bet­ter?? Mak­ing this ASAP. Love “Get Crocked!!” 🙂

denise
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denise

Why do u use 3 ends of milk… I always make with while milk???? Thanks just curi­ous

ABC
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ABC

Why three kinds of milk? Um, hel­lo — it’s TRES LECHES. Tres is three in span­ish and lech­es is milk in span­ish.

Angelica
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Angelica

Dream come true! I love mak­ing my kids tres lech­es cakes but its a lot of work. You use 3 diff milks…that’s why its called tres lech­es…

angie
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angie

I am winder­ing how many por­tions come from this recioe and can I dou­ble it and if so what would the cook­ing time be?

Judy
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This recipe states 154 g as the serv­ing size, what is that? Can you post serv­ing sizes as cup, ounce, slice etc?

Connie....A/C
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Connie....A/C

I don’t like the idea of hav­ing the food cook in the foil. I believe the alu­minum leech­es into the food. How about parch­ment paper. A great addi­tion would be to add sliced apple or pear that has been sprin­kled with cin­na­mon and sug­ar. Just put 1/2 the recipe in the crock pot, sprin­kle with 1/2 the fruit, then add the rest of the mix­ture and sprin­kle the rest of the fruit on top. Raisons or dried cher­ries are also good. I add apple and rasions and some wal­nuts on the top. YUM!

Donna
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Donna

When you check it with a tooth­pick should it come out clean? I would think it wouldn’t being that this cake is some­what wet.
Thanks

Donna
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Donna

It turned out great.… but how are you sup­posed to get it out of the foil with­out the entire thing falling apart? When I served myself I had to spit out a piece of foil. I would like to make it for oth­ers, but no way would I serve it know­ing there could be foil in it. You said to grease the crock­pot.… but would it be a good idea to grease the foil too?
Thanks

Christine Love
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How many cups of bread do I need? I’m using toast­ed french bread

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