Preheat the oven because once you have a look at these bread puddings, you won't be able to whip one up fast enough.
Whether your sweet tooth is hankering for dessert or for a savory bowl of comfort, you're bound to find a bread pudding here
to satisfy your craving.
First up: Try not to chop the chocolate too finely so you'll have good-sized chunks to bite into. This pudding uses Hawaiian bread, which is a soft, sweet bread found in the bakery section of most grocery stores.
View Recipe: Chocolate Chunk Bread Puddings
This bread pudding is a slimmer, trimmer, and top-rated (by our picky Test Kitchen judges) redesign. Baking Tip: The layer
of sauce in the middle of the pudding is the secret to this velvety-rich interior.
View Recipe: Bread Pudding with Salted Caramel Sauce
Created as a way to use up stale bread, this decadent dessert has it all―creamy, warm, custardy texture; a buttery, caramelly
sauce; and a good slug of bourbon to top things off.
View Recipe: New Orleans Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce
This recipe is easy because it starts with cinnamon-swirl bread, reducing the need to add other flavorings. Commercial caramel
syrup saves time, too. Baking the pudding in muffin cups creates individual servings.
View Recipe: Cinnamon Bread Puddings with Caramel Syrup
If your two favorite desserts are bread pudding and pumpkin pie, you're in luck with this recipe that combines the best attributes
of each one. Topping the warm bread pudding with maple syrup and toasted pecans is pure genius.
View Recipe: Pumpkin Bread Pudding
For an alcohol-free version, substitute apple cider or apple juice for the brandy. Golden raisins, sweetened dried cranberries,
or dried cherries can stand in for the raisins.
View Recipe: Cinnamon Apple Raisin Bread Pudding
This capirotada, or Mexican bread pudding, features layers of nuts, cheese, dried fruit, and bread that is drizzled with cinnamon-infused
View Recipe: Capirotada (Mexican Bread Pudding)