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Nutrition Facts

  Servings Per Recipe: 1
  Serving Size: 1 serving

Amount Per Serving
  Calories 426.3
  Total Fat 5.3 g
      Saturated Fat 1.8 g
      Polyunsaturated Fat 1.5 g
      Monounsaturated Fat 1.6 g
  Cholesterol 68.9 mg
  Sodium 302.3 mg
  Potassium 525.3 mg
  Total Carbohydrate 92.7 g
      Dietary Fiber 3.8 g
      Sugars 69.0 g
  Protein 15.0 g
  Vitamin A 7.0 %
  Vitamin B-12 5.2 %
  Vitamin B-6 7.0 %
  Vitamin C 1.4 %
  Vitamin D 16.1 %
  Vitamin E 3.1 %
  Calcium 43.9 %
  Copper 17.4 %
  Folate 8.7 %
  Iron 10.1 %
  Magnesium 40.1 %
  Manganese 51.3 %
  Niacin 8.0 %
  Pantothenic Acid     6.1 %
  Phosphorus     27.0 %
  Riboflavin 20.4 %
  Selenium 25.3 %
  Thiamin 8.1 %
  Zinc 11.0 %


*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


Calories in Chocolate Cinnamon Bread Pudding

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Calories per Ingredient

Here are the foods from our food nutrition database that were used for the nutrition calculations of this recipe.

Calories per serving of Chocolate Cinnamon Bread Pudding

110 calories of Nonfat frozen yogurt, (0.50 cup)

108 calories of Brown Sugar, (0.13 cup, packed)

106 calories of Bread, whole wheat (including toast) prepared from recipe, (0.83 slice)

50 calories of Milk, canned, evaporated, nonfat, (2 fl oz)

24 calories of Egg, fresh, whole, raw, (0.33 large)

17 calories of Semisweet chocolate, (0.02 cup mini chips)

8 calories of Cocoa, dry powder, unsweetened, (0.67 tbsp)

4 calories of Vanilla Extract, (0.33 tsp)

0 calories of Cinnamon, ground, (0.08 tsp)


Nutrition & Calorie Comments  

426 calories for a dessert?????? No thank you!! Submitted by:
PEGPENGUIN

(10/25/14)
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try using 2% low fat evaporated skim milk, dark choc. chips with the whole wheat bread and that will make it healthier. Submitted by:
KMS2011

(11/19/13)
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I'm anxious and nervous to try this. It looks/sounds incredible but the calorie count is almost what I'm allotted for an entire meal!! Submitted by:
TRACYK0915

(10/15/13)
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this is one serving????????????? really???????????? this could be divided between two or three people! who in the world would eat 5 pieces of bread and 3 cups of yogurt in one sitting? I think this needs to be revamped for calories Submitted by:
DMHARM

(10/15/13)
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426 calories/serving?! I don't think so! When I crave chocolate I make a glass of chocolate milk with 2 tsp cocoa powder and 2 tsp sugar, just enough boiling water to dissolve it, & 1/2 cup 1% milk - 90 cals. Cinnamon craving? Piece of whole grain toast, 1 tsp butter, 2 tsp cinnamon sugar - 130 cals Submitted by:
METAMORPH2010

(10/15/13)
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Seriously? This is supposed to be 'healthy-ish'? It has 426 calories and 69 grams sugar in one serving! Adding a little whole grain and evaporated skim milk DOES NOT make this a healthy recipe! Disappointed in this as an alternative :( Submitted by:
BL8CK1C3

(10/15/13)
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I won't even attempt to make this. For one serving the calories and carbs are terrible. Submitted by:
SUMMERBREEZE62

(10/15/13)
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Sounds great! The only questions I have is if the "serve warm, with a scoop of FroYo on top." is included in the calorie count or just an additional suggestion? I think I'll assume it's a suggestion and not count it in. Submitted by:
FIT-TO-LIVE

(10/15/12)
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Yum!! A great treat for Father's Day and a good way to use up ends of a loaf of bread. Submitted by:
BEHRENDT

(6/16/12)
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How about trying it with fresh apple bits, blueberries, or rasberries....without the gooey sugary oversweetened syrups of course. I would really like to give this fruit type a try without the cocoa and with a bit less of the brown sugar. Submitted by:
SDANLSON

(4/23/12)
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Seriously? 425 calories is more than my dinner! I'd have to make this a meal! It sounds very good - but not very conducive to weight loss. Submitted by:
CROWLEY123

(4/21/12)
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Sounds good...and by leaving off the frozen yogurt (although good) I wonder how much calorie intake it is... Submitted by:
GARIANNA1

(4/21/12)
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Whoa, way to many calories plus it has ingredients which contribute to one's blood cholesterol level. =( Submitted by:
52DIANE

(4/21/12)
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Great looking recipe! If you really want this, but the calories are too high, try the often overlooked method of simply eating half a serving, for half the calories. Submitted by:
MFDELMEGE

(4/21/12)
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I'm so glad Spark People lets you look at nutritional info for each ingredient! This was a little too high in calories for me and I was going to pass on it but when I checked the detailed nutrition listing, I found that ditching the frozen yogurt would save 110 calories! WooHoo, making it tonight! Submitted by:
LIVINTODAY

(4/21/12)
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This was absolutely delicious. My husband thought I'd made some sort of chocolate cake. We left off the frozen yogurt (I hate soggy cake.) and substituted egg beaters for the eggs and used splenda in place of half of the sugar. I'd never had bread pudding before, but I'll sure be making it again. Submitted by:
LPRKAHN

(8/5/11)
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More calories than I want to use for dessert. Submitted by:
HEALTHYDESIRE

(6/28/11)
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Used splenda brown sugar and egg whites, came out wonderful!
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BRANDYCELIZ81

(6/11/11)
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Got the calories down to 229 by eliminating the frozen yogurt, using lower calorie WW bread (50 cals/slice), Splenda blend Brown Sugar. Could have gone lower by using egg beaters and eliminating the added choc. chips, but I don't use egg subs., and I liked the warm melty chocolate!
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MARYELLEN301

(1/6/11)
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so much calories per serving.....ooooeeeiiii Submitted by:
SAFI007

(11/29/10)
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Can this possibly have 82 carbs per serving? Submitted by:
GMAFLO

(10/7/10)
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LOL--sounds delicious, but with this calorie count, I'd have to skip dinner to enjoy it--LOL Submitted by:
FAYBEE3

(8/12/10)
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Is this in place a a meal? Must to high in calorie and carbs. Sorry but I'm can't afford to make it. Submitted by:
AWAITING1

(7/28/10)
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looks great and can't wait to try it! Not sure why all the negativity-if you are watching calories close, then cut elsewhere to allow a splurge! Make it, have a small piece & leave the rest to family or co-workers! Don't like it - move on to another recipe! Submitted by:
BIKINIBOUND!!

(6/24/10)
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I haven't made this yet but it sounds delish. Any ideas out there about how to reduce the total calorie count? +400 isn't my idea of a diet dessert (not that I haven't been known to eat a decadent dessert or two in my life!) Submitted by:
LANAJILL

(6/17/10)
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Glad they stated in the member rating section that there was a mistake in the Nutritional Info. It was way off my list of things to try until I saw that. It was so off my list I was going to come in here and pitch a fit...but all is now clarified and I WILL give this a try. THANKS!
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MATOKUWAPI

(6/16/10)
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Sounds delicious and now that I know the calories are for all 6 servings, definitely doable!! Anytime I can create a dessert that is under 100 calories per serving - LOVE IT!! Thanks Submitted by:
CHOCMOM

(6/16/10)
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Calories are for total pudding. Divide into svgs. Some added bread on hand--h'dog buns, cinnamon, Splenda, extra choc chips. etc. Submitted by:
GATOR12

(6/16/10)
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This has more calories (possibly 3 x more) than an indidually wrapped peice of chocolate. I say, if you have self-control, have the chocolate. If not, I'm certain one serving size of this recipe will not suffice. I will not be trying this (very tasty sounding) recipe. Submitted by:
SERENDIPITY4USA

(6/16/10)
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I think the calories are wrong for both, a 6-serving and single serving. Just go and add the calories up yourself and devide it by 6 and see what you come up with. I make a similar recipe but with homemade chunky apple sauce and vanilla yogurt (not frozen) and add some nuts, It is so moist and yummy Submitted by:
ACCEPTHECHLNGE

(4/29/10)
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I just put this recipe into the recipe calculator, and came up with calories very close to what is posted. The difference is probably because of different brand items. Mine came up with 393 calories for 1 serving. Submitted by:
AZURE-SKY

(4/29/10)
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Ooh, so good! Made with ww bread, brown Sugar Twin, egg beaters and non-fat evaporated milk. Also, added a couple tablespoons more of cocoa and omitted the chips. I make "regular" bread pudding the same way, without the cocoa, but with nutmeg and more cinnamon. Great for an occasional treat. Submitted by:
TRICIAN13

(4/29/10)
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Eager to see the nutritional values when you've fixed them. Submitted by:
SIRIRADHA

(4/29/10)
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My calculations were 349 cal/ 4.5g T.fat/ 73.4mg Chol./ 207.8mg Sod./ 289.6mg Pot./ 47.6g T.carb/ 3.0g fiber/ 33.2g Sugar/ 10.1g Protein. per serving Submitted by:
TBONE0519

(4/29/10)
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WOW, I can't believe it. I have been looking for an easy bread pudding dessert and it is deliever to my mail box. YUM, delicious. I didn't use the yogurt. I found it wasn't needed. I did add some raisins. I didn't worry about the calories. I just enjoyed! Submitted by:
OHYESITSME1

(4/29/10)
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I too looked at the nutirtion page and the amounts listed were 1/6 so I think the calories et all are correct for 1 serving not the whole recipe. Bummer as it sounds great but would need to be a meal not a snack! Submitted by:
LILYMEUEL

(4/29/10)
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I just re-entered this recipe to see the calories per individual serving and it looks like the listed calories are accurate. I came up with 411 calories per serving, or if you leave out the frozen yogurt it's 321 just for the bread pudding. Still, a delicious treat if you make room for it. Submitted by:
JODELL77

(3/30/10)
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If you check the nutritional breakdown by ingredient, the recipe HAS been adjusted to single serving, and it does include the frozen yogurt. That is 110 cal of the total. Submitted by:
CRAFTYC

(3/18/10)
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I figure if I divide it into 5 servings the calories are ok.
Can't wait to try it.
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WALKERSSS

(3/8/10)
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Hahaha! Now I'm thinking that I can TOTALLY fit this whole thing into any given day, if I tried... Thanks for clearing that up about the nutritional facts! Submitted by:
JADENTEX

(3/6/10)
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NanaLinda, so is the 427.5 calories per serving BEFORE you adjusted it, or AFTER? --Signed, Confoozed Submitted by:
KASEYCOFF

(3/4/10)
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