Bread pudding is another of those desserts that seems to come in endless variations. Recipes for Maple Bread Pudding with Pecan Praline, Cranberry Bread Pudding, Maple-Pecan Bread Pudding, and Pumpkin Bread Pudding are just a few of the choices that you'll find here.
Not a raisin fan? Whole wheat bread, cinnamon swirl bread or even croissants (talk about decadence!) would taste delicious in this dessert, too.
Learning how to make bread pudding gives you a rich, delicious, old-fashioned dessert, and also turns stale bread into something satisfying!
Layers of bread, cherries and chocolate come together to make this dessert casserole.
Chocolate chips and bread pudding go hand-in-hand at the holidays in this dessert, which is topped with a brown-sugar sauce.
Double-Chocolate Bread Pudding with Strawberry Sauce
Waffles take a walk on the savory side in this slow cooker sausage-infused bread pudding.
This scrumptious variation on the original dessert also can be made with pecan pralines or other candied nuts.
Dried apricots and a hint of cardamom make an old-fashioned dessert extra scrumptious.
Known as caballeros pobres in Mexico, this bread pudding dessert is overflowing with a sweet cinnamon-pecan syrup.
You know how great bread pudding is for dessert. But this bread pudding, with its combination of French toast and caramel rolls, deserves a special invite to your breakfast or brunch.
With flavors of French toast, this berries and bacon quiche recipe has a cinnamon bread crumb crust. Ease preparation by baking the crust the day before and storing at room temperature.
Top this dessert with chocolate sauce or sweetened whipped cream.