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This serves 4 and is about 750kcals per portion

Equipment:

Deep lasagne dish or similar that holds at least 2 pints
Oven
Balloon whisk & mixing bowl
Measuring jug because baileys doesn't come in pints

Ingredients:

6 thick or 8 medium slices of bread
Some butter
Some dried fruit - I used sultanas today
Some booze to soak the dried fruit in - I used Jack Daniels today
3 eggs
1 pint of Baileys or equivalent - I used tesco salted caramel irish cream today
Nutmeg/cinnamon/mace/vanilla extract to taste.
NB: you don't need any sugar because baileys is full of it

Method:

Soak the dried fruit in the booze for as long as you can stand it before you absolutely must have pudding.
Drain the fruit and save the booze for future soaks. Or drink it. Whatever.
Pre heat the oven to 180 electric/160 fan/gas mark 6.
Butter all the bread.
Cover the bottom of the lasagne dish with bread, butter side down.
Sprinkle soaked dried fruit over the layer of bread, then add another layer of bread, butter side up this time.
Keep layering fruit and bread til it's level with the top of the dish, and make sure you sprinkle some fruit on top.
In your mixing bowl whisk together your baileys, eggs and whatever spices etc you are using.
Pour it over the bread & butter & fruit (slowly so it soaks in).
Stick it in the oven for 40 minutes or so till it's golden brown and risen.
Eat immediately, it won't keep.

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