Bagel Bread Pudding

by Sara Coleman
(USA)

Thanks to Sara Colman, Dietitian for providing this recipe on Davita.com


Diet - CKD, Dialysis, Diabetes

Recipe from "Cooking for David: A Culinary Dialysis Cookbook" by Sara Colman RD, CDE and Dorothy Gordon BS, RN.
Submitted by DaVita dietitian Sara from California.

Yield: 4 portions

Serving size: 1/4 recipe
Ingredients

* nonstick cooking spray
* 2 medium-sized bagels
* 1 cup nondairy creamer
* 1/2 cup low cholesterol egg product
* 1/2 cup sugar
* 1 teaspoon cinnamon

Preparation

1. Spray a 1-1/2 quart baking dish with cooking spray.
2. Break bagels into small pieces and place in baking dish.
3. Mix together nondairy creamer, egg product, sugar and cinnamon together, then pour over bagel pieces. Set aside for a few minutes until the bagels absorb the liquid.
4. Place in a 350° F oven for 30 minutes and bake until browned on top. Serve warm or cold.

Nutrients per serving with sugar

*
Calories: 310
*
Protein: 8 g
*
Carbohydrates: 52 g
*
Fat: 7 g
*
Cholesterol: 0 mg
*
Sodium: 281 mg
*
Potassium: 169 mg
*
Phosphorus: 99 mg
*
Calcium: 26 mg
*
Fiber: 1.3 g

Carbohydrate Choices with sugar

*
3-1/2

Nutrients per serving with artificial sweetener

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Calories: 270
*
Protein: 8 g
*
Carbohydrates: 26 g
*
Fat: 7 g
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Cholesterol: 0 mg
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Sodium: 250 mg
*
Potassium: 170 mg
*
Phosphorus: 88 mg
*
Calcium: 26 mg
*
Fiber: 1.3 g

Carbohydrate Choices with artificial sweetener

*
1-1/2

Renal Food Choices

*
1 meat
*
1 starch

*
1 nondairy milk substitute
*
1/2 high calorie

Renal Diabetic Food Choices

Replace sugar with artificial sweetener (12 packets = 1/2 cup sugar)

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1 meat
*
1 starch
*
1 nondairy milk substitute

Helpful Hints

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Recipe can be prepared ahead of time and refrigerated up to 24 hours before cooking.
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Eat for breakfast or dessert.

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