Chocolate Hazelnut Bread Pudding. Luscious bread pudding swirled with chocolate hazelnut spread. It requires little more than a bit of mixing and whisking. Whether you dust it with powdered sugar or give it a drizzle, you seriously cannot go wrong.
Bread pudding is one of those recipes that’s great for a crowd (think holidays!) because you can make a large batch without much extra effort. And seriously, what’s better than a warm bowl of gooey, sweet, comforting goodness?
This post for Chocolate Hazelnut Bread Pudding is sponsored by Sprouts Farmers Market. As always, all opinions, recipes and photos are my own.
CHOCOLATE HAZELNUT BREAD PUDDING
Making bread pudding isn’t difficult at all. Watch the video and see for yourself. It’s pretty easy, which makes it a great recipe for new bakers or people that aren’t very comfortable in the kitchen.
The key to a really good bread pudding is making sure that the bread is thoroughly soaked – think french toast. It’s basically the same concept. You are soaking bread in a custard.
The difference is french toast would fall apart, but that’s exactly what we’re looking for in bread pudding. This is a very forgiving dessert, it doesn’t require much fussing about with it and it’s insanely delicious. What more could you ask for in a sweet ending?
If you prefer your bread pudding with a sauce, check out the link below to a recipe from a few years ago. There is a recipe for Creme Anglaise. A sauce that tastes like melted ice cream. You’re welcome.
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Used to Make Hazelnut Bread Pudding:
- Glass Baking Dish – If you don’t own one, why not?! This should be in your cabinet.