Chocolate Chip Challah Bread Pudding

As promised I’m sharing with you this amazing Bread Pudding using the leftover Challah bread that I’d baked in my previous post.For those of you who haven’t entered my Tribes-A-Dozen Challah Bread mixes Giveaway there’s still time to enter!!

Challah Chocolate Chip Bread Pudding

Bread Pudding has to be the most amazing dessert ever.Period.Its absolutely effortless and in my opnion the best dessert for a crowd.I had guests over during the kids’ spring break and I made this for them.Needless to say, they went for seconds and thirds.I also have to add here that using Challah was the best decision ever.Its by far the best bread to be used in a Bread Pudding.

Chocolate Chip Challah Bread Pudding with Vanilla Bourbon Sauce

The layers of delicious custard all soaked up into the bread is the most comforting end to any meal and I just cannot get enough of it!The chocolate chips added some chocolate magic into the dish.To go along with it I made an instant Vanilla Bourbon Sauce that took this dessert to even greater heights.Enjoy.

Chocolate Chip Challah Bread Pudding

Ingredients:

Challah Bread-3 1/2 -5 cups cut into 1 inch cubes
Melted Butter-2 tbsp
Vanilla-2 tbsp
Milk-2 1/2 Cups
Sugar-2 Cups
Semi sweet Chocolate Chips-1/3 cup

Process:
Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.Beat together eggs,butter,vanilla and milk.
Add sugar and mix until dissolved.
Arrange bread cubes tightly into a 9 inch baking dish.
Pour liquid over the bread.
Sprinklr chocolate chips all over.
Leave for 30 minutes.
Bake for about 60-75 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.Enjoy.

Instant Vanilla Bourbon Sauce

Ingredients:
Instant Vanilla pudding-3 tbsp
Milk-1/2 cup
Bourbon-2 tbsp

In a microwave safe bowl mix the pudding mix and milk.Stir and cook for about a minute or two until thickened.Add some more milk if too thick.Add the bourbon and mix well.Drizzle all over the bread pudding.

Recipe adapted from Pioneer Woman.

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Comments

  1. says

    When I moved to the South, I feel in love with Bread Pudding! Your recipe with challah bread sounds perfect, and with chocolate….YUM! Looks delicious, Hugs, Terra

  2. Dom says

    Isn’t challa the best bread for bread and butter pudding? It’s cakey quality works in its favour. Yours is a beautiful looking pudding. Stunning photos x

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