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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Yeasted Pudding Buns (Hefeschnecken mit Pudding)

Milh over at Seitan Is My Motor is doing a whole month of German desserts for Vegan MoFo - that's dedication! You are being given fair warning to wear a bib before you visit Mihl's blog, for you shall drool uncontrollably as you browse around her recipes. Last week I was a severe victim of the droolies myself when I saw Mihl's Yeasted Pudding Buns, AKA Hefeschnecken mit Pudding.

Hefeschnecken mit Pudding (Yeasted Pudding Buns)
Slightly underbaked because I'm still scarred from last week's cookie-burning fiasco.

Oh man. This type of baked good is my favorite! It's a sweet bread roll filled with a thick vanilla pudding and sprinkled with raisins. I abhor raisins, so I only sprinkled half of the buns with the evil little things because Mr. Wing-It does like them. The combination of bread and pudding is so addictive for me. This is the kind of baked good that I would like to eat every single day for breakfast. And then later as a snack. And later as another snack. I halved the recipe because I knew I wouldn't be able to control myself around them, and indeed all self-control was lost as soon as they came out of the oven. My three raisin-free rolls were devoured almost instantly, and then I stole one of Mr. Wing-It's raisin-full rolls, picked out the raisins and had it for breakfast today. Yep. Thanks for sharing the recipe Mihl!

Today's daily cuteness is brought to you once more by Yellowstone National Park! This lady raven was really hamming it up for the camera. I dared not ask her if she could say "nevermore".

UPDATE: Jennifer @ Vegan Dance if You Want To is giving away an Official-Unofficial Vida Vegan Con 2013 Cookbooklette! Check it out!


Yellowstone Raven

Vegan MoFo

23 comments :

  1. I bookmarked these as soon I saw them on Mihl's blog too. Hold the raisins on my buns as well. I'll probably add chocolate chips, because I don't know when to stop.

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    1. Raisin haters of the world, unite! Chocolate chips reign supreme! :D

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  2. Ah....the wonders of gluten. I actually de-glutenized one of Mihl's cakes last weekend.

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    1. Mihl has such lovely recipes always! She's really kicking extra butt this month though.

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    1. The way I stuffed them all in my belly was surreal! :D

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  4. wow. you did it! that's a super speedy blog-to-blog turnaround! I almost cried when I saw Mihl's post about these little beauties. I don't know how many years it has been since I have had a fancy little treat like this with custard and baked stuff all in one delicious package. I actually do like raisins, so that's a plus for me. I really want to make these. Must find an occasion... because, like you, I cannot control myself if I make a whole batch!!

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    1. There was no time to dilly-dally - I had to have them! It sounds like you would be stuffing them all in your belly pretty fast just like I did! But it was worth it and I regret nothing :D

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  5. You are so sweet, River. Your buns look so gorgeous, now you definitely got me drooling, too. And you are the bravest person in the world for using raisins:)

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    1. Oh but they can't hold a candle to yours! I was a bit impatient and eager to eat them so they are not too perfect. The bravest person in the world! I like it! Actually I even tried a bite with a raisin on it, only to find out that I still don't like them.

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  6. I love that you used choc chips instead of raisins. Not that I am anti-raisin but given the choice I'd go for chocolate too.

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    1. Ha! I was wondering if I was going to mislead someone into thinking that I had used chocolate chips for some of the buns! When I was editing the picture I noticed that the two rightmost raisins on the front bun looked an awful lot like chocolate chips. If only raisins tasted like chocolate chips too!

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  7. I totally bookmarked these. I have to make them. I love raisins, but well... chocolate chips kind of rule too. Now I think I'll have to do 50/50 and eat them all as a taste test. Totally normal right?

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    1. Totally normal! It's all in the name of science! :D

      I know you'll love them too!

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  8. That raven picture is fantastic! As are those buns--mmmm, definitely a winning recipe from Mihl!

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    1. Isn't she beautiful? Yep, another winning recipe from Mihl. Her blog this month has been a constant source of drool-inducing yumminess.

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  9. I cannot wait to make those buns. I have most of Mihl's mofo recipes open in my browser just waiting. And I would DEFINITELY leave the raisins out! Gross!

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    1. Yeah! It's always nice and validating to know that I'm not the only one who thinks raisins are gross!

      Mihl for president!!

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  10. You made these without me?? :-O
    I don't mind raisins, but I prefer sultanas so I would probably just sub those when I one day finally make this recipe because no one will make it for me. *sob* ;)

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    1. I'm sorry! I wasn't thinking! Please forgive? :)

      Put those kitty paws to work - they can do all the dough kneading! :)

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  11. Wow, these look so good! I missed them on Mihl's blog, and so I'm glad that you posted about them. I know I wouldn't have any self control with them either.

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    1. You missed them on Mihl's blog and now you found them here - don't say I never did anything for you! :D

      They are SO yummy! I wish I could get away with eating a couple of these every day like I did in my young'un years.

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