New Orleans Bread Pudding
Total TimePrep: 35 min. Bake: 35 min.
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My family can't seem to get enough of this dessert! It's so simple to make and still tastes good even when reheated. This recipe is a must try!
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This is the first time I ever tasted/made bread pudding. I'm not sure if its normal for the texture to be so silky. But the taste was good so I will try making bread pudding again. Thank you for the experience!
I made this for a Mardi Gras dinner last night and it was even better than I expected. I let it sit for about 45 minutes while we ate dinner and I made the sauce. It was beautifully browned on top, soft in the middle, and just the right temperature to eat with the nice hot sauce on top. My adult son, who normally doesn't like raisins, went back for another piece. He said the raisins tasted like brandy instead of raisins so he didn't mind them. If you don't want to make the sauce this has enough flavor that a sprinkle of powdered sugar would probably be just fine. I would give this 6 stars if I could.
Very yummy! I didn't have brandy or nutmeg so I substituted Jameson whiskey and cinnamon and served with vanilla icecream. It was delicious!
This is VERY similar to a Cuban Bread Pudding that I made at a cooking class. I would highly recommend it. I do have a little suggestion that we did in class that made the recipe that much better; after you cover the baking dish with butter, sprinkle in some brown sugar and melt it for a few minutes in the oven. When the pudding is done, flip the pieces over as you cut and plate them. This will give a great glaze over the pudding.