Boozy Bread Pudding
This is a simple but delicious dish; bread pudding from The Pioneer Woman’s cookbook is combined with a boozy syrup and it’s fit for a holiday breakfast!
OK, so maybe this is not really a cocktail for Friday Cocktails but the term boozy is not to be taken lightly. The contribution that bourbon makes to this dish is heady stuff and just a perfect grownup dessert during the upcoming holidays. No matter which ones you celebrate shouldn’t they all simply be called ‘The Holidays of Indulgence?’ This Boozy Bread Pudding works beautifully in that realm!
I have to be honest, there are days when it feels like cookbooks are taking over. Most of mine are in storage until my new home is completed in a few weeks but the number that I have received in the past several months would outfit a nice library; so I’m careful about what I agree to take a peek at. Still, it was a ‘no brainer’ when asked if I would like a copy of a new book just in time for the holidays; The Pioneer Woman Cooks: A Year of Holidays by Ree Drummond.
I have this strange affinity with Ree that she doesn’t even know about. When my children were young and we lived in our home on an acre of property in Raleigh, NC, everyone around affectionately referred to ME as ‘the pioneer woman.’ I chopped wood for our wood stove, made all of my own clothes, planted a huge garden and filled the larder with canned and frozen foods each summer and handmade each and every Christmas gift I gave to friends and family. We even built our own garage; although I don’t think true pioneers had garages right?
This is a beautiful book and it’s not just filled with photos of food. Ree is present with you in each and every recipe; her voice is what brings each story alive while she also shares photos of her ranch, her family and the ones I get such a huge kick out of…her dogs. I love how it is separated into chapters that detail recipes for specific holidays starting with New Years Day and finishing the year with recipes for New Years Eve…and everything in between!
The one recipe I got such a kick out of? Rum Cake. MY rum cake. Or at least one of those old recipes that I still have on a card in a binder I got when I was married. Personally shared so many times between friends that it’s traveled all over the globe I’m sure but I know it’s one of the best. Make it; you’ll see. I’ve sometimes thought I should re-configure that recipe so it’s made from all scratch ingredients instead of using a cake mix but you know who stops me? My friends…they LOVE the occasional quick prep of something so amazing. And there I go again…another boozy dessert I LOVE!
If you’re a fan of Ree’s already you’ll know to expect the helpful step-by-step photos that are evident in her other books and on her website. I admit I was sort of wishing for a synopsis of just the recipe steps without the photos but I heard loud and clear from people around me that I’m in the minority.
Both my grown daughters and friends who do not cook like I have for a bazillion years LOVED that feature. It was interesting and useful to get feedback from others so I have to heartily endorse that effort which is, in their words, SO helpful.
This bread pudding? Seriously out of this world. I made it for some friends and I heard more than one (all of them) say, ‘I think I’ll have just one more bite.’ until it was ALL gone. Ree calls for rum in her recipe but suggests that bourbon could also be used and that’s what was calling my name. I used Belle Meade Bourbon because it has such an appealing caramel nose and was the perfect compliment to the flavors in this dish. I also served it with sugared cranberries; they are not just for decoration…they are fun to eat and offered a nice tart accompaniment to this sweet dessert. Oh my YUM indeed!
These are the recipes of hearth and home; not one will set you scurrying to the market in search of exotic goods. Some basic recipes and techniques are included that would appeal more to newer cooks but I found several dishes, including this one today, that while easy to prepare was just perfect. Yes, I saw Boozy and I sort of knew it had my name written all over it. From pioneer woman to booze queen, that’s me! I’m grateful that Ree decided to share this book with me and lucky that I was in turn able to share this fabulous recipe with you…it is truly fantastic!
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Boozy Bread Pudding
For the Bread Pudding:
- 1 loaf crusty Italian bread or other Artisanal loaf I had a loaf of bread with sesame seeds and it was perfect
- 3 eggs
- 2 cups milk
- 1 cup half and half
- 1 Tbsp vanilla
- 2 cups sugar
- ¼ cup one-half stick butter melted plus additional for the pan
- ½ cup pecans chopped
- For the Sauce:
- ½ cup 1 stick butter
- ½ cup sugar
- ¾ cup heavy cream
- ¼ cup bourbon original recipe called for rum but I used Belle Meade Bourbon
- Preheat your oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Generously butter a baking dish.
- Cut the bread into 1 inch cubes; you should have 8-10 cups of bread cubes.
- Whisk together eggs, milk, half and half and vanilla.
- Add the sugar and whisk to combine.
- Add the melted butter and whisk it into the egg mixture.
- Put the cubed bread into your buttered baking dish and pour the egg mixture over the bread cubes.
- Sprinkle the pecans over the top and bake in the oven for 1 hour until a nice golden brown.
For the Boozy Sauce:
- While the bread pudding is baking, make the sauce by combining the butter, sugar, heavy cream and bourbon in a medium saucepan over medium heat.
- Bring to a boil; turn down to low and let simmer for 10-15 minutes; remove from heat and set aside.
- Drizzle some of the sauce over the bread pudding when it first comes out of the oven and serve the rest in a small pitcher to drizzle over individual slices.
Oh my! I love your site. Will certainly try this one at home. Hubby Michael passed this on to me. I’m always on the look out for recipes!
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Bread pudding is one of my favorite!! And when there’s booze added, even better!
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I love the pie!
My favorite recipe for the holiday’s is the peppermint bark. Christmas just isn’t Christmas without white chocolate and peppermint!
Love it all! My favorite is the delicious gravy poured over the top of the turkey, dressing and mashed potatoes:)))))
I have been making a molded shrimp dip for Christmas dinner for more than 35 years and everyone just loves it! In fact, my nephew asked me on Thanksgiving day, “Where’s the shrimp dip?” I had to remind him it’s only for Christmas! LOL!
My favorite dish is Sweet Potatoes with brown sugar and cinnamon baked with marshmallows on top
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A delicious sweet potato casserole. Yum!
My favorite is homemade tamales.
I pinned the bread pudding recipe to my Desserts board. I may try it with toasted caramel whiskey.
My favorite holiday-related food is fudge. Mom always made it for Christmas.
My favorite holiday food is stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce 🙂
I made your Bread Pudding and I did use Rum instead of Bourbon. EVERYONE, I MEAN EVERYONE raved about it. I had everyone that cooks want the recipe.
Thank you for sharing this one with me.
P.S. Did you get my Tiramisu Cookie Recipe? I did send it to you. I mentioned it to you the night of the Book Signing in Glendale, Ca. (not that you would remember me but maybe the recipe)
I love bread pudding so much and love to make it numerous ways! this recipe sounds outstanding though. Thank you for the opportunity to win this wonderful cookbook by Ree Drummond.
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My favorite dish is a special fruit salad made by my daughter’s in-laws. You have so many delicious dishes on your web site.
My annual thanksgiving pumpkin cranberry bread!
Mashed potatoes and gravy!!
Love mincemeat pie, made with my grandmothers green tomato mincemeat, which I can…….bread pudding sounds yummy……
I love sweet potato pie! It’s so good it’s almost a dessert!
My favorite dish is any kind of homemade cookies.
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Have a great Thanksgiving..I am still up..prepping and baking pies..it is a two day event to get ready. Yup. 🙂
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I pinned your mushroom recipe here..on my sided, salads and veggie board..we love the scrooms and this is on my list to now make.
For me it is ALL about the stuffing or dressing which ever ya’ll like ;0 And, gravy.
I love making roasted sweet potatoes and at the last 10 minutes add a banana to roast then mash with butter , a little cream and cinnamon so delicious ! Marshmallows wouldn’t kill it !
My absolute favorite are Linzer Cookies made with hazelnuts and raspberry jam. I only make them for Christmas.
My favorite holiday item is homemade chocolate chip cookies!
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I love cranberry relish at the holidays.
I love sage/onion dressing with sausage in it.
I love to bake – and eat – all kinds of Christmas cookies!
My favorite is to pile on a fork everything on my plate, top with cranberry sauce and indulge in the tasty goodness!
I love the stuffing. It is the only time I make it.
My favorite dish is the breakfast egg/sausage casserole my mom always made for every holiday breakfast. Good memories. . .
I love cornbread stuffing, this cranberry salad that my friend Sharon makes, and sweet potato pie. Those are the things that after Thanksgiving I put dibs on the leftovers.
For me…nothing says Thanksgiving like “The Green Bean Casserole”
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My favorite Thanksgiving holiday treat is the cranberry port sauce. Wonderful
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I love the garlic roasted potatoes. Yum
sweet potato rolls that i have made for the last 30 years for thanksgiving and christmas! sometime i will even make them for easter if i still have sweet potatoes. never use canned ones.
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My favorite dish has always been my mothers French meat stuffing. Basically you make. Bells stuffing and add sautéed hamburg and mashed potatoes to it. It’s THE BEST!!!!!!!!!
Any kind of pie!
I’m loving The Pioneer Woman’s pecan pie!! We might have to not wait until Thanksgiving to enjoy it again!
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Love the bread pudding. For Christmas I add cranberries for color.
Each Christmas morning I make an egg bake loaded with the good stuff. The kids are able to open their gifts from Santa, then we take a breakfast break and eat our yummy egg bake before returning to gift opening.
My aunt’s pickles green beans! We only get them during the holidays- super delicious and an old family recipe!
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Has to be my mother-in-laws bread dressing! Absolutely divine!
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My favorite holiday related food would have to be Sweet Potatoes!!!
My favorite dish is the stuffing. I can never get enough. I also love all the left overs. It’s time to get new recipes (I hope).
I love the main dish but my Favorite is Deserts. Yum!
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My favorite is everything… 🙂 If I had to choose just one it would be the stuffing!
I love sausage stuffing! I only have it a few times a year so I make a lot for leftovers. Come to think of it, why not have it all year long?
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My favorite Thanksgiving dish is the stuffing!
My favorite is dressing! I don’t think Thanksgiving would be the same without it.
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I love bread pudding so I pinned the bread pudding recipe and I am on my way to the store to get some bourbon…this sounds just delicious!
I make the green bean casserole every year.
We love the dressing. I make oyster dressing. Same recipe that mom made. Only with oysters added. Happy Thanksgiving Ree !
Our family loves cornbread dressing with gravy. But can’t hardly beat the coconut cake!! 🙂
My favorite holiday dish is my recipe for cranberry jello salad.
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You had me at “boozy”! That’s my favorite holiday dish–anything with booze–rum balls, amaretto biscotti, bourbon pecan pie, margarita cheesecake, mulled wine. One has to manage stress at the holidays!
Bourbon chocolate pecan pie! Made similar to regular pie, but bourbon added with vanilla flavoring and chocolate chips added to the pecans! Smells wonderful too!
Mom’s Squash Casserole, made by Mom!!! HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
Spice Cushaw Pie
I always make sweet potato soufle & pecan pie.
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I love making Ree’s Burgundy Mushrooms, have made them for the past four Thanksgivings.
It would have to be the turkey, I adore the stuff! I always wait for this time of year, and buy several, so we can enjoy it once the holidays are over!
My favorite dish at any holiday is Turkey! I simply adore the stuff.
My mom’s sausage dressing! Happy Thanksgiving.
My mom’s greek dressing!
My favorite is dressing!!
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I love my grandmother’s fresh fruit ambrosia.
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my favorite holiday food is my memes giblet gravy and dressing :9
do I have to choose? pumpkin pie… stuffing…. yams… its all good! 🙂
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my favorite dish is sweet potatoes of any kind. They just need to be gooey and sweet they can have marshmallows or not, makes no difference.
My favorite dish is definitely my Mom’s dressing.
Sweet potato fluff/casserole
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My favorite holiday dish is my stepmom’s pumpkin chiffon pie. YUM!!
MMy favorite holiday dish is my stepmom’s pumpkin chiffon pie. YUM!!
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My favorite thanksgiving dish is cornbread dressing. I wait all year to make and eat this. Absolutely delicious. I need to make it throughout the year with a roasted chicken. Maybe I will do it in 2014. Thank you.
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My favorite is my Mom’s cranberry sauce.
I am cooking for a total of 27 people at our house in Colorado! Making Ree’s sweet potatoes for sure and taking notes on the turkeys (roasting 2 of them). Have bought a couple of these books already for gifts, would LOVE to have one for myself 🙂
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I know this is going to sound so corny but the dish that is my favorite and has been since I was a little girl is lime jello with shredded carrots and cabbage. My oldest daughter requests it every year at the holiday season. You just fix a large box of lime jello and add the cabbage and carrots and WHOOOHOOO you have a refreshing dish to clean your palate. Before you go Yuck try it.
P.S. I shared this recipe and giveaway on my Facebook page, but also had to send your page directly to one of my friends. She will just love what she finds. Can’t wait to chat with her next week when she gets back to the office!! Happy Thanksgiving!
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This will seem kind of corny… My favorite holiday recipe is one my Grandma Z. made. I loved this as a kid; still do. My mom makes me do a double batch for EVERY holiday. This has to be the easiest thing on any menu: A container of cool whip, package of instant pistachio pudding, can of fruit cocktail, and small can of pineapple. Yum!
Butternut squash with maple and pecans
I was so excited to see your Pinterest boards and learn about your blog. I LOVE bread pudding and this looks sumptuous!! Of course, I had to add this to my Recipe board, since I am going to add it to my Christmas menu. Thank you!
One of my favorite holiday foods is what we call fruit soup. Made with barley, lots of dried fruits and served cold. YUM
I love sweet potatoes!
The turkey for sure. I stuff it and cook it on the grill.
Our family holidays must have pierogi, filled with cheese and potatoes and topped with butter and sauted onions. AND SIDE OF SOUR CREAM 🙂
Chestnut and sausage stuffing. My husband’s family recipe. It is not thanksgiving without it!
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One of our favorite family dishes is rutabaga. It’s been a tradition in my husband’s family for years and has been one in ours now for 46 years.
Mashed potato cakes.
I make a green bean casserole with sour cream and onions mixed with french green beans and then topped with tons of cheddar cheese. It was a “must have” on my mom’s Thanksgiving table every year. Mom is making it in heaven now. This year my daughter-in-law has been asked to bring Grandma’s green beans. Tradition!!
My favorite dish is stuffing
I love eating “Summit House Cream Corn” which is a sinfully delicious recipe from a wonderful restaurant here in Southern California. It goes with everything and anything!
Stuffing I my favorite dish
My favorite holiday foods are the Thanksgiving turkey and cornbread dressing. Also love my Aunt Glenda’s recipe for broccoli casserole.
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My favorite is my Gramma’s walnut stuffing…there is nothing like it!
My fav dish is my grandma’s cornbread dressing. So good!
Love pumpkin pie!! and donuts for hanukkah 🙂
Pumpkin pie and whipped cream
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My favorite has got to be the streusel-topped sweet potato casserole…yum!
Pumpkin trifle and peanut butter balls
The gravy it goes on everything.
My favorite Thanksgiving dish is tamales! Any flavor…
My favorite holiday food usually centers on bread/pudding. So, bread pudding (savory or sweet), stuffing or yeast rolls are at the top of my list.
Bring it on and Happy Thanksgiving! 🙂
Peppermint ice cream at Christmas time!!
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Candied sweet potatoes!
My favorite food is the potato. I love them in every way, shape and form. If I had to pick one my all time go to are creamy,cheesy scalloped potatoes. Baked to a golden brown perfection.
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I pinned the boozy bread pudding recipe, yum! Just in time for the holidays!
My favorite dish at Thanksgiving is my Sweet Potato Pie…just made it tonight, and my favorite dessert which I make every year for Christmas is my Tiramisu!
I don’t know if this has already posted, if so, then please disregard one of them. The internet service can be a pain. Anyway, I shared the link and added my comments. The bread pudding is awesome but I’d suggest to replace the rum with good ole KY bourbon. The rum is good but nothing like good KY bourbon ( Weller’s Reserve 90 Proof, Elmer T. Lee, Woodford Reserve or Makers Mark). YUM!
My grandmother’s Buttermilk Pie…
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I shared the link and added a comment for the bread pudding. Good ole’ Kentucky bourbon just rocks in this recipe. Rum is good but nothing like KY Bourbon. 🙂
Sweet potato casserole.
Stuffing made with chicken livers
My favorite is dressing. My Mamaw’s was the best. Precious memories of a wonderful woman and the love she shared with so many. 🙂
I love to eat and love to make my Mother’s stuffed cabbage. It reminds me of
Dressing! ! !
I love the sweet potato dish!
My Favorite holiday food is the dressing! I could make a meal of it!
I love the turkey and dressing! Have just been introduced to bread pudding so I can’t wait to make this one!
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I make a Artichoke crab dip that I serve hot….Mmmmm good..!
I always look forward most to my cornbread dressing made like my Mama used to make it.
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My favorite is dressing with veggies and cranberries. : )
I love sweet potato souffle. Yum!
My famous pumpkin pie – We don’t have thanksgiving (or Christmas) without it. Happy Thanksgiving.
What an awesome giveaway – thanks for the opportunity to enter. My favorite holiday dish is apple pie made by my mom. She usually burns the crust, but I don’t care – it reminds me of all the pies she’s made through the years and that makes me smile.
Corrnbread Stuffing….I could make an entire meal out of it!
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My favorite holiday dish is dessert… biscochitos
Oyster dressing! That’s “stuffing” to some of y’all, but my grandma and great-grandma were from Tennessee so actually it’s pronounced “dressin’.” It’s a very wet bread stuffing with a lot of onion, celery and LOTS of fresh oysters! We don’t use bagged crumbs. This is homemade all the way, baby! You have to make a whole “mess” of it for our holiday meal if you hope to get seconds.
Sweet Potatoes, always a favorite no matter how they are made.
It would definitely have to be lasagna!
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Dressing for sure!!!
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I really enjoy corn casserole for Thanksgiving. I guess because I only make it for holidays.
bourbon sweet potatoes, yum!
Your recipes look delicious!
My favorite holiday related food is sweet potato casserole. I love that stuff but really love the entire Thanksgiving meal.
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.My Mema’s Chocolate coconut pecan pie. Yumee!
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Love Christmas cookies!
The stuffing of coarse
It’s hard to pick a favorite but it’s a tie between sweet potato cassarole and the cornbread dressing both are made by my sister! The cornbread dressing is my grandmothers receipe!
My favorite holiday food is pecan pie. And our “special” sugar cookies. And carmel chex mix. and Southern Comfort brand egg nog with amaretto!!!!
I love the turkey brine. Actually, have my turkey in the brine with the oranges, rosemary, brown sugar, salt, peppercorns, and bay leaves. Look forward to a nicely brown bird.
Favorite Holiday related food is the seafood salad we eat on Christmas Eve!!
My mama’s chicken and dressing, it’s amazing!!!
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One of my favorite holiday foods are an appetizer my Mom used to make for Christmas Eve – BBQ bacon wrapped water chestnuts! (SO hard to pick a fav). Happy Thanksgiving!
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My late mother’s cornbread dressing and sweet potato casserole. Love your website too!
My favorite holiday food is my moms turkey cornbread dressing
I love homemade shredded beef, potato & carrot tamales on Christmas Eve!
My favorite holiday dish is double stuffed potatoes!
Hmm, only one? Our family stuffing/dressing, and pumpkin streusel pie
My favorite holiday dish is my “famous” white chocolate pecan praline cheesecake. Holy goodness. If I could get away with gaining 165 lbs I would eat it year round!
Love the noodles my Mom makes, nice, thick and sooo good!
Chocolate Pecan Pie is my favorite Holiday treat!
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Pinned to my Pinterest account. My favorite holiday side is stuffing/dressing with chestnuts, just like my Mom made when I was growing up.
My Mom’s stuffing.
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My favorite holiday side dish is stuffing (dressing) wit chestnuts in it.
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I pinned this recipe and cant wait to make it. Thanks for the idea!!
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My Favorite dish at any holiday is our stuffing .. it takes me almost as long to make it as it does our turkey 😉
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I love all the side dishes especially the veggies and salads!
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A whole bbq’ed pig share with about 75 of my relatives (and a few who aren’t really related but come for the good food). A thanksgiving tradition 30- something years strong.
I always make my Grandma’s dressing. Can’t have Thanksgiving without it. Toasted bread, onions, broth from the turkey and sage. Absolutely wonderful and memories to boot.
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My family and I love my bread stuffing made in a skillet. So simple and if I don’t make it, they are disappointed.
It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without our marshmallow sweet salad.
Chocolate bourbon pecan pie with homemade whipped cream and oh… and stuffing! loaded with mushrooms, onions, celery, sausage and fresh herbs.
My favorite dish is the sweet potatoes topped with marshmallows. Or sweet potatoes with streusel and pecan topping. I’m not particular; they’re both good.
I love a scalloped pineapple dish my sister makes each Thanksgiving.
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My favorite side is corn casserole.
my favorite is pecan tassies
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My favorite holiday dish is my grandma’s cookies. Wish I was close so I could enjoy them every year!
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Fave food is homemade cranberry Orange and Raspberry Relish.
Chocolate bourbon pecan pie with homemade whipped cream…. can’t live without it.
Wish I could choose one. I love every holiday!
I love a good broccoli salad and I also have to make an apple salad.
Mine would be leftovers! Love having extra turkey and gravy and potatoes with some cranberry relish a day or two later.
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I love sweet potato casserole and broccoli cheese casserole, and stuffing!!
Leftover Thanksgiving Sandwich. Take two slices of your favorite home made bread place slices of turkey, a layer of stuffing, slice of cranberry sauce, a layer of mashed potatoes, and of course some delicious turkey gravy, fresh ground pepper.
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My favorite dish is homemade pecan pie. I don’t want a store bought one.
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My favorite Thanksgiving food is my mom’s homemade crescent rolls. She would make a HUGE batch on Thanksgiving morning and as soon as they were out of the oven we would slather them with butter and dive in. I continue that tradition today!
In an unrelated note, years ago I’d never made bread pudding and it was my husband’s favorite dessert. I saw TV chef Justin Wilson making some, so I wrote down the recipe. The recipe called for a whole cup of brandy! Now THAT was boozy bread pudding. We got drunk eating it!
I love the cranberry salad or sauce. Only time I get the salad is at Thanksgiving. That is why I look forward to the Holiday.
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I have 2 favorites-Oyster dressing and Oyster corn.
My favorite is the turkey and gravy
My favorite Thanksgiving food is my Mema’s Turkey Dressing. It’s not the prettiest thing to look at, but it’s absolutely to die for! Thanksgiving wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without it. 🙂
My favorite Thanksgiving food is custard pie!!!!
My favorite thing is homemade noodles on mashed potatoes!
My favorite dish is sausage stuffing.
My favorite holiday food is Brussels sprouts drizzled with olive oil and baked and then fresh rolls with homemade cranberry sauce. Happy Holidays..
I. Have to have lease, pickles and stuffing!
My favorite holiday related food is cornbread dressing….yummmmy
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New favorite Thanksgiving dessert is Pumpkin Gooey Butter Cake made by my 17 year old daughter! It’s replacing the pumpkin pie this year!
I love the turkey and dressing! I usually only eat it on holidays!
My favorite holiday food is literally ANYTHING pumpkin! 🙂
This looks absolutely delicious and is a definite must-try recipe! So…my favorite holiday recipe, without doubt, is my Mama’s southern cornbread dressing. It is simply not Thanksgiving without that dressing!
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Stuffing for Thanksgiving, my husband makes it. All the Christmas cookies and biscotti that I make for Christmas!
Lefse! Such a special treat to make with my family to remember a piece of our heritage.
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My favorite holiday food is coconut cake made with fresh grated coconut and real whipped cream. It reminds me of Christmas Day celebrating at my maternal grandmother’s with all the Aunts, Uncles, and cousins! Happy memories.
I like the fried brussells sprouts with butter & brown sugar.
would have to say pineapple up side down cake it is my family’s favor it.
Always like the Cheese ball with assorted crackers.
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I love my mother’s cornbread dressing.
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I LOVE dressing….yum! 🙂
Cauliflower in a white sauce for Thanksgiving.
I love to make my Mom’s sausage stuffing.
My sweet potatoe casserole and more recently I started making PW cinamon rolls!
Pumpkin or Key Lime Cheesecake
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My favorite holiday dish is my mom’s spinach dip! She would make it for me every Christmas and we lost her in July 2012. I am going to make it this year for the first time since she passed. Just a little emotional about it…
I just love my mother’s cream cheese flan — it’s so silky, sweet and comforting!
Favorite recipe is pumpkin pie
cornbread dressing!! YUM-O!
Crustless pumpkin pie is a big hit with my kiddos becuase they don’t like pie crust. Go figure!
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My fav iron meal to cook when in a pinch is a wonderful meatloaf, with a warm spinach salade.
Love Pecan Pie but I will be trying this Boozy Bread Pudding.
My favorite is a pumpkin cake with that delicious cream cheese frosting.
I look forward to “Copper Pennies” (marinated carrots).
I love stuffing oyster, or apple pecan, or regular etc
My favorite dish is cranberry congealed salad and a Japanese Fruit Pie!
I love Pumpkin Cheesecake!
I love a sweet potato casserole recipe my sister in law gave me.
My favorite is a pumpkin roll!!!!
Homemade noodles cooked in chicken or turkey broth. Or dressing.
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It is so hard to choose….but I would have to say dessert and cookies. Right now my mouth is watering for Maple Walnut Cookies and Double Chocolate Espresso Cookies. Plus my mother-in-law’s Italian Cream Cake.
I am pinning this bread pudding recipe, looks delish!
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My favorite holiday food is the cracked, fresh dungeness crab we have every Christmas Eve. It’s not just the crab but the sourdough bread, melted butter and simple toasted green salad. We usually wash it all down with copious amounts of chamgagne. It doesn’t get any better than that! There usually isn’t any dessert until someone wants a glass of egg nog after, but that is usually impossible after eating your weight in crab!
My mom’s version of Libby’s pumpkin pie!
My favorite is my mamaw’s dressing recipe, and I love pumpkin pie!! Truth is I LOVE IT ALL!!
My favorite Thanksgiving dish is cranberry orange nut bread that I make every year. For Christmas, my favorite and a must according to my family and friends is peanut butter balls.
Favorite is cornbread dressing and can’t not mention pumpkin pie!
Pecan Pie! It seems that the holidays are the only time I get to eat it and it is delicious~
It’s a tie between green bean casserole or stuffing
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Definitely the stuffing!
My favorite dish for Thanksgiving is Stuffing!!!
Dressing/stuffing is definitely my favorite holiday food.
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Collard Greens are my favorite dish :-))
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I always look forward to my moms cranberry relish. Fresh ground cranberries, fresh orange, celery, walnuts, it’s just so refreshing.
My favorite holiday dish is my mom’s cornbread dressing with celery, onions, and love-yummm!
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I love bread pudding.
I LOVE mince meat pie!!! Thanks for the chance to win Rees cookbook
I love to make a basic roasted garlic mashed potatoes!
Favorite holiday dish is stuffing! And pie. 🙂
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I love my dad’s stuffing recipe and green bean casserole! This bread pudding sounds amazing… I’m going to have to try it!
My favorite Thanksgiving holiday dish is Grandma’s dressing. My family’s favorite is Ree’s cinnamon rolls that I make every holiday. Thanks for the giveaway. Good luck everyone.
prime rib roast and Yorkshire Pudding!!
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I love the dressing my aunt & uncle make on Thanksgiving & Christmas.
My grandmothers bread stuffing…I have always made it her way and everyone loves it!!
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The prime rib roast I make for Christmas.
My fav Thanksgiving food is the turkey. My husband spatchcocks it and it is ALWAYS tender and juicy! We rarely eat turkey throughout the rest of the year (although a lot of chicken) so the Thanksgiving meal is eagerly anticipated. The company of friends and/or family makes it complete!
I just love the roasted veggies. Root vegetables with some olive oil, salt, pepper, and maybe garlic.
Favorite Holiday dish, leftover turkey sandwiches with cranberry sauce, mayo and lettuce. Tradition in our house for Friday lunch!
A few years ago I started serving Cheesy Potato Casserole along with mashed and they have become such a hit in our house that I now make two of those and cut back on the mashed to just a small bowl. Love it when I come up with something so many of people I love most in the world enjoy!
sweet potato casserole
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Broccoli rice casserole!
I make my grandmother’s cornbread dressing every year and my kids, grandkids and greatgrandkids LOVE IT.
My favorite Thanksgiving dishes are honey & brown sugar glazed Ham, grandma’s homemade chicken and noodles, pumpkin pie, and mandarin orange salad!
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Cherry pie from the cherries we picked in Door County Wisconsin last summer.
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My favorite holiday food is green bean casserole made from scratch with a ton of mushrooms! Its fantastic comfort food!
I always make apple yam delight, my son’s favorite, and my daughter’s favorite is broccoli cheese casserole. My husband loves the deviled eggs and everything else.
My favorite is regular stuffing. I love all of the other side dishes and veggies too but I always look forward to the stuffing the most!
My favorite would have to be cornbread dressing….
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white bread dressing……
My favorite holiday food is sweet potato casserole!!!! Last year we had Thanksgiving in Hawaii and used purple sweet potatoes, it was soooooo delicious!!! Can’t wait to scarf some down again this year!!!!!
I love stuffing! I really
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I always have to make a pumpkin cheesecake! Have to admit it is pretty darn good.
Green bean casserole that I make every year
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The dressing and gravy that goes on it. That’s two but I can’t have one without the other. sorry
My scalloped potatoes that everyone always wants for Christmas. I don’t think anyo
ne else in the family makes it.
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Everyone wants me to make my cheesy potatoes and pecan pie.
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Roasted Brussels sprouts. A winner every year!
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LOVE my mom’s cornbread dressing and my sister’s pecan pies!!! Yummmmmm!
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My favorite dish is dressing
I love the recipes you have. I also live Ree , I never miss a show. Would love to have her cookbook. Going to have the Boozy bread pudding for the holidays
Pinned the Boozy Bread Pudding.
Cornbread dressing. I can’t get enough!
I love green bean casserole
Squash Dressing. To die for!
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