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Slow Cooker Banana Fosters Bread Pudding * *

Slow Cooker Bananas Foster Bread Pudding

  • Cooking Time:

    2 hours
  • Servings:

    6-8

Ingredients

2 c. bread cubes—brioche bread works best
4 bananas, peeled and sliced (the riper the better!)
2 eggs, beaten
1 c. heavy cream or half & half
4 T butter, melted
1 c. packed brown sugar
1/8 to 1/4 c. spiced rum (depending on how much rum you would like)
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 tsp. ground cinnamon
1/4 c. chopped pecans or walnuts
1/4 c. shredded coconut (optional)

Nor­mal­ly a dessert reserved for a spe­cial night out, this Slow Cook­er Bananas Fos­ter Bread Pud­ding will melt you from the inside out.

  1. Grease inside of slow cook­er with oil or use a slow cook­er lin­er.  Lay­er bread cubes on bot­tom of crock.
  2. Next, lay­er sliced bananas on top of bread.
  3. Com­bine eggs, cream, but­ter, brown sug­ar, rum, vanil­la and cin­na­mon in a small bowl; pour over bananas and bread.
  4. Cov­er and crock on LOW for 1.5 hours.
  5. Twist the crock inside the cook­er half way around, after about 1 hour.
  6. Sprin­kle top of dessert with nuts and coconut and crock an addi­tion­al 30 min­utes. (note: I’ve left the coconut out before at my daughter’s request and it was still del­ish!)

TIP: Twist­ing the crock inside the cook­er half way through the crock­ing time will help your dessert from burn­ing on one side, as most slow cook­ers crock hot­ter on one side than the oth­er.

Serve with vanil­la bean gela­to, whipped cream or ice cream and top with addi­tion­al nuts and bananas (option­al)

Hap­py Crock­ing!

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XOXO,

Jenn

Banana Foster

 

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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Lindsay
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Lindsay

I bought all the ingre­di­ents and went to the kitchen to begin assem­bling this dessert and then real­ize you nev­er incor­po­rat­ed the eggs or cream in the recipe. Could you please update that? I’m assum­ing I’ll mix them and throw them in as Step 2.

Rachelle Hunter
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Rachelle Hunter

What can you sub­sti­tute for the spiced rum?

Jan
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Jan

Could you make this in the over? If so, what would be the best way to do it!!

connie
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connie

what would you sug­gest as a good sub­sti­tu­tion for the spiced rum?

Michelle
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Michelle

I don’t drink or cook with alco­hol, what is a sub­sti­tute for the rum

brenda
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brenda

guess what there is actu­al­ly a rum fla­vor­ing in the sea­son­ing sec­tion close to the vanil­la and maple etc.Personally I am try­ing maple

Sarah Boothe
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Sarah Boothe

I can’t find brioche bread in my local bak­ery, what is a good bread to sub­sti­tute that with?

R Louise Ericson
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R Louise Ericson

How many peo­ple would this serve? I know it depends on the por­tion size. Thank you for tak­ing time to read.

Vicki
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Vicki

I am sure you get this a lot, so sor­ry in advance: which size crock pot do you use for this recipe? I am think­ing about using a larg­er sized crock­pot and am won­der­ing if I should dou­ble the recipe? Thanks! Looks great!

Vicki
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Vicki

Also, what do you think of greas­ing the crock­pot with oil vs but­ter for this recipe? Thanks

Hillary
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Hillary

Hi ~ Thank you for shar­ing this recipe! I made it tonight and it was deli­cious 🙂 I didn’t have enough 1/2 and 1/2, so used a can of evap­o­rat­ed milk + 1/4 cup of 1/2 and 1/2, and used an oat­meal brown bread (from the bak­ery) instead, as well as almonds instead of pecans — I used what I had on hand and it came out great! Love doing this in the crock pot. Thanx again!

Jess
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Jess

Yes, I also can not find the brioche bread in the bak­ery. What is a good sub­sti­tute? This looks awe­some and want to make it in the morn­ing 🙂 Thank you

Tracy Russ
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Tracy Russ

Do you know if gluten free bread would work in this recipe?

Lisa
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Lisa

I made this tonight, sub­sti­tute chal­lah for brioche. It was deli­cious! Only issue was the bananas turned a very inter­ac­tive grey color…suggestions?

Debbie
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Debbie

I’M MAKING THIS FOR THANKSGIVING TOMORROW, hope I can get an answer very soon! If you dou­ble the recipe and use the larg­er crock­pot, how do you know how much time to increase the cook­ing? Also, now I’m con­cerned about the bananas turn­ing gray like the last post said! ugg.

Debbie
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Debbie

I should have been more pre­pared, but didn’t real­ize I didn’t know about adding more cook­ing time or not. I’m mak­ing some­thing else for Thanks­giv­ing, but would still like to have answers to my ques­tion, AND any oth­er com­ments about the bananas turn­ing gray??

charlene
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charlene

Does this pud­ding come out with that much syrup or did you make it to serve on top, if so can you post the syrup recipe..

Cindy Zimmerman
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Cindy Zimmerman

Love you cook­ing ideas.…. may put some lbs. on after fix­ing your yum­my meals. Thanks for shar­ing and look for­ward to many more of your recipes from your site.

Marco
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Marco

Hel­lo
In the nether­lands we do not have heavy Cream and half and half. Can i use Cream instead ???
Thanks
Mar­co

Kristen
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Kristen

If I were to pre­pare this the night before, so I can just wake up and then it on, should I keep the liq­uid sper­ate until cook­ing? Or do you think it might be good to let it soak all night before I plug it in? Any expe­ri­ence or thoughts?

Janne Phillips
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Janne Phillips

Do you think this would freeze at all? Have a large num­ber of ripe bananas!

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