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John Setzler

Krispy Kreme Blueberry Bread Pudding

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3 minutes ago, Dub said:

Lawd have mercy......this will be done tonight sir....tonight !!!

 

 

Son's girlfriend is coming over for dinner and I'm going to make this for them.  

 

Once again.....THANK YOU !!!!!!

 

It's delicious... this is also the recipe/video that I have caught the MOST flack from Kamado Joe for doing... lol... They didn't like that I used Krispy Kreme donuts as an ingredient in a recipe for some reason.... lol

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Just now, John Setzler said:

 

It's delicious... this is also the recipe/video that I have caught the MOST flack from Kamado Joe for doing... lol... They didn't like that I used Krispy Kreme donuts as an ingredient in a recipe for some reason.... lol

 

 

That is funny right there.

 

I mean, what other brand could you use?  DD glazed simply don't compare.  I have decades of field trials with both and the spare tire to show for it, lol. I guess they wanted you to use generic non-branded doughnuts....but where's the fun in that.  KK rules the doughnut world as far as this Southerner is concerned.  

 

Which brings me to my next point....You are rocking a cool t-shirt in that video.  Chris Kyle and the group he worked with are of interest to me, too.  Constantly reading novels about their deployments.  Amazing people.

 

John, looks like you've been doing some SEAL training yourself.  Much respect.  Proof that one can enjoy cooking and flavors yet do so while staying healthy and enjoying fitness.  

 

 

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Okay....just sampled some of this.

 

 

Ridiculously tasty.  

 

Home run dessert.    Worked out really well as my grill was already at 350 from the jerk chicken cook I did.  

 

Bigtime hit with everyone here.  Thanks again for another awesome recipe.

 

 

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we don't have a krispy  kreme around, but we do have a local shop - the dirty dozen donuts. all sorts of different options, and amazing donuts. minor league baseball team serves an ice cream sandwich with one of their donuts split as the shell. hockey team does a beef hot dog with caramelized onions and nacho cheese, with an unfronsted maple bar split as the bun. I think it is about time they were put into a pudding. 

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