Ingredients

a little unsaturated spread, for greasing slices wholemeal bread, crusts removed and thinly covered with unsaturated spread
50 g (2 oz) seedless raisins or mixed dried fruit grated rind of / orange 600 ml (1 pint) skimmed milk or vanilla
soya milk 25 g (1 oz) sugar, plus extra for sprinkling
splash of Cointreau or Grand Marnier 2 eggs, beaten
Boosting soya intake could have a major effect on reducing the incidence of heart disease. Soya milk is made from ground, whole soya beans. It is lactose- and casein-free and some brands are fortified with calcium, vitamin D and vitamin B12. If you use soya milk in this pudding, you will gain 5 g of...

Instructions

1.Grease a 600 ml (1 pint) pie or ovenproof dish. Cut the bread into triangles and place a layer in the bottom of the dish. Sprinkle with some of the dried fruit and a little grated orange rind. Continue with these layers, finishing with a layer of bread and spread.
2.In a small saucepan, heat the milk with the sugar until it just reaches boiling point, then allow it to cool a little. Add the orange liqueur.
3.Pour the milk mixture over the eggs in a heatproof bowl, whisking to combine. Pour the mixture over the layers of bread and let it soak for about 15 minutes. 4 Sprinkle a little sugar over the top and bake in a preheated oven, 160°C (325°F), Gas Mark 3, for 45 minutes until the top is puffed up and golden.

Boosting soya intake could have a major effect on reducing
the incidence of heart disease. Soya milk is made from
ground, whole soya beans. It is lactose- and casein-free and
some brands are fortified with calcium, vitamin D and vitamin B12.
If you use soya milk in this pudding, you will
gain 5 g of soya protein, which translates into a 2 per cent
reduction in total and LDL cholesterol. Every little helps!

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