We love it: Kozy Shack Apple Cinnamon bread pudding. Photo courtesy Kozy Shack.
We are despondent when we should be happy. Why?
We’ve just finished our last four-pack of Kozy Shack Apple Cinnamon Bread Pudding, and our two closest markets don’t carry it. (Supermarkets in New York City are on the small side, owing to high rents).
We must go without. But everyone who lives near a “normal” supermarket and likes bread pudding or flan should pick some up and enjoy it on our behalf.
Kozy Shack has recently added bread pudding to its line of puddings. The three varieties are Apple Cinnamon, Cinnamon Raisin and Peach.
In individual four-ounce servings, each flavor has an appropriate sauce on the bottom of the cup. You can invert the puddings onto a plate for a pretty dessert (see photo). Or enjoy them as a snack, consumed right out of the cup.
Cold Is Better. While there are instructions for warming the puddings, to us they taste far better cold. As satisfying as ice cream, in fact.
Cinnamon Raisin Bread Pudding Rocks. A favorite. The rich blend of cinnamon, plump raisins and bread chunks enveloped by custard, has a light caramel sauce (like flan). Yummmm.
Apple Cinnamon Bread Pudding Also Rocks. We grew to be big fans of this flavor. It’s a combination of custard and crustless apple pie.
Peach Bread Pudding. Not a favorite. It’s a matter of personal preference, of course. But we didn’t like the combination of peach and custard.
It’s More Like Flan. Some of THE NIBBLE tasters felt that there was too little bread and too high a percentage of custard to be “bread pudding”; that it’s “flan with a few pieces of bread.” Note taken, but we could care less: We could eat a truckload Apple Cinnamon Bread Pudding.
Head out to your supermarket, and tell us how you like it. BREAD PUDDING RECIPES ON THENIBBLE.COM