November 28, 2011
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"Do you like Grape Nuts? This is my mother-in-law's recipe and is great. That is all I can say. I always double the orginal recipe because I love it sooooooo, the ingredients below are for the doubled size; if you want a smaller one, cut it in half."
Butter a 1 1/2 quart casserole.
Soak grapenuts in hot water for a short while so grapenuts are soaked (drain any excess).
Put into the casserole; mix the butter, milk, sugar, eggs, and vanilla and add to the grapenuts; mix well.
Bake in a pan of water in a 350 degree oven for 30-45 minutes depending on your oven; before taking out be sure it is firm in the middle.
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Never had this before, but so happy I made it. We loved it! A plop of whip cream on top and it's pure comfort all the way!
Delicious! I can't tell you how much we enjoy this dessert. It is so yummy. I top mine with a generous serving of whip cream and have at it!
I had never had this before, but after having it, you can bet your bottom dollar I will be having it again. As a matter of fact I am making it again today at the request of my daughter who fell in love with it too. Great dessert and so delicious you will want to eat the whole thing! I topped ours with lots of whip cream. Yummmmmm!
This looked interesting and I had some leftover grapenuts so whipped up this pudding. OMG is it ever good. Whipped cream is just what it needs to give it a little added sweetness. Comfort and sweet is where it's at with this new favorite of mine!
This reminds me of years ago when my aunt and grandmother would get in the kitchen and make some of this for us. It is a great childhood memory that I couldn't wait to bring to life once again when I saw it here. This came out every bit as good as theirs, and we loved it to pieces! What a satisfying dessert it makes, and it's not heavy on your tummy either after eating a big meal, which makes it a great dessert anytime. This just may have to be made weekly for me!
I heard about this from a friend who came from New England and when I saw this I had to try it and see for myself how good it was. It's kind of custardy with grapenuts that soften into a tasty combination when you put them together. Baked as directed and it came out so good. I cooled it and ate it cold from the refrigerator with a smidgen of Cool Whip on top and it was amazingly delicious and comforting, and to my surprise I really loved it too, as did the rest of the family!