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|Inn-sider Tips to Colorado B&B Stays!
|Colorado Springs -
"Award-Winning Inn & Historic Elegance"
Cripple Creek -
"Elegant B&B in a renovated 1890's school"
"A True Colorado Experience"
"Durango's Premier Bed and Breakfast"
"Relax, Reconnect, Recreate, Rejuvenate"
Manitou Springs -
"Nestled in historic downtown charm"
Manitou Springs -
"Fun & dreamy, play at artist-painted inn"
"Enter as guests, leave as friends"
"Escape to Another Time"
South Fork -
"Casual, mountain elegance on the river"
"It's More Fun at the Winery!"
Woodland Park -
"Best 9,000 ft. Secluded View of Pikes Peak"
Upcoming Local Colorado Events...
Carr Manor - Cripple Creek: The Carr Manor has an update on Cripple Creek's Donkey Derby Days which usually is held at the end of June. This year, the event has been moved to Labor Day Weekend September 5 - September 7. The event may be a little different this year. There will be some food and retail vendors, the donkeys to visit with, and a beer tent. Make your reservations to stay with us today and secure the room you desire. During the summer we are taking reservations on Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights. There may be some weekends that have special minimum night requirements. Make your reservations early by calling 719-689-3709 or Book Direct at CarrManor.com
Breakfast Bread Pudding -
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hr 10 mins (includes the sauce), Yield: 6 – 8 Persons
1 loaf fresh or stale French bread
2 cups Milk
½ cup Sugar
1 Tablespoon Apple Pie Spice
1½ teaspoon Vanilla Extract
1/3 cup Raisins
1/3 cup Slivered Almonds (slightly toasted)
1 cup chopped and diced Peaches (fresh or frozen)
2 peeled, cored and chopped Apples
1 stick /4 oz Butter
1 stick /4 oz Butter
1 teaspoon Vanilla
1 cup Evaporated Milk
1 cup Sugar
Bread Pudding Instructions: Preheat oven to 350 F and spray 13×9 rectangle pan w/vegetable spray. Melt stick of butter in pan and set aside.
- Tear bread into small (not tiny) pieces, into a large mixing bowl.
- In a medium sized mixing bowl add milk, eggs, and sugar; mix well.
- Add vanilla and spice to egg and milk mixture; mix well. Pour egg mix over bread and mix with clean, gloved hands.
- Add apples, peaches, raisins, and almonds; gently mix in with hands. (Tip: lightly dredge these ingredients in flour to help them “float” in the bread pudding)
- Scoop the above mixture into pan with a slotted spoon and drizzle with the cooled, melted butter.
- Bake for about 1 hour until golden brown.
Vanilla Sauce Instructions:
- In a small saucepan melt butter, add sugar & evaporated milk.
- Stir constantly and bring to a rolling boil; cook on medium heat for 3-10 minutes, stirring constantly until thickened (mixture scorches easily).
- When thickened, removed from heat and then add the vanilla extract. (When added over high or constant heat, vanilla evaporates).
- Serve warm/hot over bread pudding. As this mixture cools, it becomes too thick to pour. Serve in a small microwave safe glass pot and reheat as necessary.