Bread Pudding Recipe !

Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce

Real Restaurant Dessert Recipe

A favorite dessert recipe is almost an understatement with this Bread Pudding Recipe, especially when it is served with the bread pudding bourbon sauce recipe also on the website.

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This is a restaurant recipe that never gets old.

Even though it is called an old fashioned bread pudding by some, it is really comfort food.

For some of the guests, this restaurant dessert could easily be their entree and, with the bourbon sauce, we're not talking about kids.

For those of you who enjoy the sweet, delightful concoctions known as dessert, you might want to try your hand at this restaurant dessert recipe.

Bread Pudding Recipe

Favorite Restaurant Dessert Recipe

Preparation time: 15 minutes. Serves 6



  • 2 cups hot milk (do not boil)
  • 2 ounces butter (1/2 cube)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 3 cups cubed white bread
  • 5 beaten eggs
  • 2 tablespoons vanilla
  • Cinnamon to taste



  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F
  • Put cubed bread into 8 inch X 11 inch baking dish and sprinkle with cinnamon (to taste)
  • Heat milk and butter in a sauce pan or in a microwave oven
  • Add sugar and vanilla and stir to dissolve the sugar
  • Add slowly to the beaten aggs while stirring
  • Pour over the bread
  • Push all bread under the milk
  • Bake until a knife inserted comes out clean and pudding puffs up
  • Cool

Serve with whipped cream topping and if you wish the bread pudding bourbon sauce

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Enjoy your dessert recipe (and your bourbon sauce recipe) and the company of those you share this restaurant dessert recipe with!


Did you know? Bread pudding is considered a ‘common’ dessert by some, but beloved by many just the same, especially in New Orleans, where you will find a huge number of variations. All are basically bread, eggs, milk, sugar and flavoring (often brandy or bourbon involved).