Bread pudding is an underrated dessert that needs to be in your dessert repertoire. It’s creamy, satisfying and sweet, plus it uses up leftover bread. The bread should be very dry even though you’ll soak it, to give it the right texture. The cream, eggs, and spices will blend to make a custard. Use only regular or sweet bread for this recipe; savory bread like sourdough won’t blend right with sweetness. Once done, the pudding will be crisp on the edges and creamy in the center: the most satisfying dessert.
- Leftover stale bread isn’t as useless as it seems, it can be transformed into bread pudding.
- In just one hour you can make a delicious treat from just milk bread and eggs.
- Many people are discovering the unique and delicious taste of bread pudding.
“For a truly outstanding bread pudding, brioche is the bread you want. This type of bread is rich and slightly sweet, and it will soak in that cream like a sponge. Beyond brioche, you can use just about any rich, sweet bread you have, from challah to leftover cinnamon rolls.”
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