If you’re looking for a recipe that will satisfy both the sweet tooth and the kids, then this is your recipe.

This bread pudding recipe is a great idea if you’re having a little bit of a hard time making a recipe for the whole family.

The bread pudding is made with whole wheat flour, and it is a gluten-free, vegan bread pudding.

The ingredients for this bread pudding are simple: 1 cup whole wheat bread flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, 2 cups water, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1 cup honey, and 1 teaspoon vanilla extract.

The recipe is very simple.

Start with the flour, then add the baking powder and water to form a dough that resembles a pancake.

Add the honey and vanilla and mix well.

The mixture will become a thick, creamy dough that will make a smooth, fluffy loaf.

To bake the bread pudding you’ll need a loaf pan or shallow baking dish that has a deep bottom.

Using a metal baking sheet, or baking paper, carefully line the bottom of the loaf pan with parchment paper.

Then put the dough into the baking dish, and then gently roll it out on the pan.

Once the dough is in, place it into the loafpan.

You can also use a wooden spoon to gently push it out of the pan to make a more even loaf.

You want the bread to be nice and flaky.

As you bake, make sure that you use a baking sheet that is not too shallow or you may break the dough.

To assemble the loaf, you’ll have to fold the bread into a thin rectangle and put it into a loaf-shaped dish.

Then, roll the loaf up and place it in the oven.

You’ll want to let the loaf bake for about an hour.

When it is done, remove it from the pan and let it cool down.

When the loaf is cool, you can cut the loaf into 1-inch pieces.

For the best results, it’s best to bake it in a large loaf pan.

You could also try cutting the loaf in half and baking it in two different pan sizes.

You will want to cut the bread as thin as possible so that it’s nice and even and flakey.

When you serve the bread, you will have a very light and fluffy bread pudding that tastes great with ice cream or custard.

If you make this recipe, let us know how it turned out for you in the comments section below!