Pecan Pie Bread Pudding without the crust!

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Combining two classics into one dessert. Gooey pecan pie makes this bread pudding unforgettable. Pecan Pie Bread Pudding is actually Pecan Pie without the crust. Instead it’s poured over a delicious bread pudding and baked to perfection!
Bread pudding is one of my most favorite desserts to make. It’s very simple and economical dessert to make. All bread puddings have basically the same format: dried bread and a custard sauce made from milk, eggs and sugar. To this you can add any additional ingredients to make the bread pudding your own. For Pecan Pie Bread Pudding, I added butter, brown sugar and pecans to give it the pecan pie element.

The smell of toasty bread all getting together with the gooey, sticky, pecan pie filling. The tender custard. Together they make one deadly dessert – pecan pie bread pudding. It’s my love language.

Let me just point out the big elephant in the room. I can easily say that bread pudding isn’t the most flattering thing to take a picture of. But there comes a time in everyones life where you ask you’re self, are looks really as important as taste? The answer is of course, no.

One thing about traditional bread pudding – it’s usually baked in a water bath to keep that custard nice and creamy. For this recipe, it will work either way. You can place your casserole dish in a large roasting pan then fill it with hot water and let it bake for a more tender bread pudding. Or you can allow it to bake without a water bath and it’ll have a more french toast casserole like consistency. Not that french toast casserole is bad or anything.

“A decadent breakfast treat for a special morning or a sweet dessert combines French bread with eggs, sweetened condensed milk, and plenty of pecans for a baked bread pudding they’ll love.”

 

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