After a couple of days it gets a bit stale.
I found the recipe on SortedFood and made a custard, added some cinnamon and lemon peel and dunked the bread in.
|Chocolate Panettone Pudding|
In my fridge was a bag full of fresh and not so fresh cranberries, which I bought some time before Christmas but had no food to combine them with. More than 3/4 were still looking great and so I put them on top of the bread in the ovenproof dish. Covered the whole thing with the rest of the custard and some almond flakes and put it into the oven at 200 C for 20 minutes.
It should have a slight wobble, when it comes out of the oven.
I served it with some light beaten double cream and since the cranberries are a bit on the tart side, this dish is no longer an overly sweet one. Best eat it still warm.
3 thick slices of panettone with choc chips and almonds
200 ml double cream
100 ml milk
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp lemon peel
2 tbsp almond flakes