Biltmore’s Bread Pudding
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 40 min.
This is really a wonderful bread pudding, I did however have a problem with the caramel sauce, I am not sure why but it just did not turn out.I am a seasoned cook and followed the recipe it was very thin the cream seemed to curdle a bit and the flavor just was strange. However the pudding itself is so good it does not need it, so I put a dollop of whip cream on top and had it for breakfast and lunch :-)
I LOVE bread pudding! So, this recipe is delicious and will be used a lot in our home. I do use whatever kind of bread I have stored in the freezer.
Excellent recipe! Made this with Tsoureki bread (Greek easter bread....also common as a new years tradition) and it was a big hit!
Made this with challah. I only had 2 cups of milk, so just used 2 cups milk and 2 cups cream. Still was fantastic. Unfortunately, didn't have enough cream to make the caramel sauce. Hubby LOVES bread pudding. Declared this the best he's had in ages!
Made it several times. Everyone who tasted it lived every bite. I use Challah and follow the recipe. While it's still warm I pour on the caramel sauceHeavenly. Eating
Use any bread you desire - you cannot go wrong!! A keeper for sure!
I used cinnamon swirl bread
I've made this recipe for years. My family and I just love it. I've tried other bread pudding recipes before, but my husband told me not to change a thing after he ate this one. Yuuuumy!!!
This is yummy! My husband and all of my kids loved it. The only thing I changed was I used homemade raisin bread.
I'm confused about this recipe. The picture on this page for the Biltmore Pudding is the same picture for the Apple Cranberry Pudding. Makes me wonder.