The perfect partner to your mug of java, these individually portioned bread puddings are flavored with coffee, milk, and vanilla—then topped with a rich cream cheese frosting. Sprinkle with chopped chocolate-covered coffee beans for a buzzy breakfast everyone will rave about.
If French toast had a more buttery, chocolaty, crowd-friendly cousin, it would look like this holds-nothing-back dessert masterpiece. Chopped chocolate pieces situated between the slices are decadent enough, but we also suggest drizzling chocolate ganache atop the warm casserole.
The options with this dessert bread pudding are nearly endless! Bookmark or pin it, and each time you make the baked delight, you can experiment with new flavors. We’re wild about this over-the-top combination: challah + figs + walnuts + caramel ice cream topping.
The star of these parfait bread puddings might not be the bread (warm cinnamon rolls), but rather the homemade salted bourbon caramel that's drizzled over each layer.
Caramel strikes again on top of this holiday-worthy squash, pear, and cranberry bread pudding. It's perfect for the holidays—or any lazy Sunday morning.
No need to decide between your favorite fall pie—pumpkin or pecan—with this bread pudding recipe. It features both! And don't feel guilty when digging into a 149-calorie serving—it's made with high-fiber whole wheat bread, a mix of eggs and egg whites, and fat-free milk.
If you crave cheese more than chocolate, try this customizable bread pudding that’s perfect for a cozy family brunch. It’s like the omelet station at your favorite buffet has come to life in carb form!
It can be our secret that this slow cooker dessert is deceptively healthy. The dark chocolate and coffee-infused cream sauce do a stellar job at disguising the multigrain bread and chia seeds hiding below.
Cinnamon, apples, caramel, apple pie spice. These muffin bread puddings feature so many holiday flavors, we like to hand them out as gifts or party favors. Just think of how many gold stars you'll earn when you send guests home post-dinner party with brunch already prepared for the next day!
Piloncillo (a pure cane sugar) and canela (Mexican cinnamon) are the two ingredients that transport this bread pudding casserole South of the Border. If you can’t find them, substitute brown sugar and regular ground cinnamon. Just be sure to keep the raisins and pecans!
A three-to-one ratio of bread to biscotti leads to the perfect fluffy yet crunchy texture in this rich bread pudding. It's equally delicious at brunch (start the day with brown sugar caramel!) as it is at dessert.
For a healthier version of chocolate bread pudding, turn to a recipe full of bittersweet chocolate and tart cherries. Even with a drizzle of icing, our tasty dessert stays under 200 calories per serving!
Tell the kids it’s a twist on a ham and cheese sandwich. Tell the adults it’s made with herb focaccia and Brie. This savory slow cooker bread pudding is sure to satisfy all.
Warm bread pudding soaked in melty chocolate and topped with a homemade creamy coffee liqueur sauce—count us in. With this many rich, luscious flavors, we may have found the most indulgent bread pudding recipe of all time.
Rich and eggy challah, plenty of cream, and a bourbon molasses sauce make this pumpkin treat the ultimate dessert bread pudding recipe. Don’t let the souffle aspect intimidate you—it just requires whipping egg whites.
You need just a handful of ingredients to stir together this mash-up brunch recipe. Combine them in your slow cooker the night before, then chill overnight before slow cooking in the morning. The flavors get better with a bit of time!
Bread pudding for breakfast? You bet! Ripe plums, healthy whole grain bread, and sweet cherries make this hearty dessert and casserole combo an instant hit with any overnight guest.
Instant coffee crystals add full-bodied flavor to this bread pudding recipe inspired by classic Italian tiramisu. A rich cream cheese topper finishes the dessert.
Try our tea-infused version of classic bread pudding for a unique twist on an old favorite. Orange spice tea mingles with dried cherries, persimmon, and vanilla for a delicious breakfast dish.
Celebrate the best of your favorite campfire treat: s'mores! This delicious dessert features marshmallows, melted chocolate, and graham cracker crumbs. Bonus: The bread pudding is made up of hot dog buns, carrying the campfire theme even further.