Bread pudding is an excellent way to use up extra bread and turn it into something delicious. And even better is that it’s a great way to switch up your dessert routine. With our recipes for bread pudding, you can make something simple or something more complex.
For a dessert that’s both comforting and indulgent, you can go for recipes that are made with sweet breads like challah or brioche. Or, for something a bit more savory and unique, you can opt for recipes made with focaccia or French bread.
No matter what type of bread you have, we have the recipes to help you turn it into something incredible. Get ready to enjoy 15 of the best bread pudding recipes you’ll ever try!
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Banana Bread Pudding
Banana bread Pudding made with white chocolate chips, baked to perfect and topped with a delicious sauce. A fantastic way to use bananas!
This stuff is over-the-top delicious and likely to be a family favorite! You can prep it a day in advance and store it in the fridge then bake the following day but do be sure to serve it warm for best results.
Delight your tastebuds with our Golden Caramel Bread Pudding, featuring a smooth and creamy custard-soaked bread texture topped with a luscious caramel sauce. You'll find it simple to prepare and even more enjoyable to indulge in.
This easy, decadent bread pudding recipe comes together with sweet brioche bread baked in a cinnamon custard. This pudding bakes up soft and tender with a delicious crisp topping. Drizzle with some homemade vanilla syrup for the ultimate dessert!
photo by Lynne CalamiaBread pudding is one of my favorite desserts because it delivers such a depth of flavor and a range of textures, with its custardy interior and crusty and slightly chewy outer crust. In order to develop that, you really need the bread to absorb all the dairy, so don't skimp on ...
This rustic, tangy sourdough bread pudding is a meal unto itself. It’s also a lovely side for a dinner party or special occasion dinner. This dish can be cooked as one large bread pudding in a 10-inch cast iron skillet or a 13x9 inch baking dish. Increase the bake time to 40-45 minutes, or until w...