I am beyond excited to tell you all about my delicious gluten free garlic bread pudding rolls! They seriously finger licking good! This savory bread pudding tastes just like garlic bread. If you are looking for something new, scrumptious, and easy, then this is the recipe you have been waiting for.
The flaky crust on the outside with warm, soft, chewy centers… these garlic bread pudding rolls are nothing like you have tasted before. The best part is that they are gluten free! If you love savory rolls, you will also want to check out these Gluten Free Cheddar Herb Muffins.
Raise your hand if your kids refuse to eat the ends or crusts off of a loaf of bread! Mine is the same way, so I wanted to find a way to use them, so they didn’t go to waste. I came up with the perfect solution! What I do is I have a large bag that I put in the freezer, and I put all the ends in the bag and save them up until I have enough to make something with them.
I was making pasta and decided that I wanted to try out a savory bread pudding so I could dip it in the sauce. Wow! To say these turned out amazing is an understatement. If you are looking for a divine pasta sauce recipe, you should take a look at Savory Gluten Free Pasta Sauce.
As you know, food can be very expensive, especially gluten free food. That is why it is, so important to me to make sure to use every drop and morsel so nothing gets wasted.
I have learned so much since first becoming gluten free and I wanted to share the tips, and information I have learned along the way, so you don’t make the same mistakes I did. Take a peek at Gluten Free Pantry Essentials to use as a guide.
Bread pudding also makes the best desserts!!”
If you love this savory bread pudding recipe, you should see these other drool-worthy bread puddings:
- Gluten Free Sweet Potato Bread Pudding
- Gluten Free Eggnog Bread Pudding
- Gluten Free Bread Pudding With Caramel Sauce
- Drool-Worthy Gluten Free Banana Bread Pudding
Are you ready to make these garlic bread pudding rolls?”
- Gluten free bread
- Fresh basil
- Olive oil
Optional Filling Ideas:
You will find that the garlic bread pudding is easily adjusted. Add in your favorite seasonings or herbs and omit the ones you don’t like. Here are some ideas:
- Carmelized onions – They just go great with everything, right?
- Minced parsley – Add it in with the other ingredients for a little bit different flavor.
- Green onions – Chop up green onions really find and toss them into the mix.
Add the eggs, minced garlic, and eggs to a large bowl. Whisk then add in the milk and parmesan cheese.
Chop your gluten free bread up and dump into the bowl with the wet ingredients. What gluten free breads are best to make bread pudding with? Any kind of gluten free bread will work in this recipe, though you may not want to use any that are sweet like raisin bread…that would probably taste odd.
Mix well and allow to sit 15 minutes so the bread absorbs all of the liquid.
Add the bread mixture to a greased muffin tin and bake at 350F degrees for 20-22 minutes. Serve hot with melted butter!
What Should I Serve With Gluten Free Garlic Bread Pudding Rolls?
The beauty of these gluten free garlic pudding rolls is that they go with everything! Here are some of our favorite ways to eat them.
- Serve them with your favorite gluten free pasta dish and dip them in the sauce.
- Dip the gluten free garlic bread muffins in soups and stews.
- Steak, seafood, ham, or any other kind of meat you enjoy! These bread pudding rolls go well with all them!
- Roasted veggies taste amazing with this garlic bread pudding! I like to add a few vegetables to each bite of bread pudding. Yum!
- Have some savory bread pudding alongside your salad for an extra special treat. You won’t regret it.
- This pairs nicely with pizza too! So good!
Can I Make This Savory Gluten Free Bread Pudding Ahead Of Time?
Absolutely, and it tastes great! You can follow the directions as instructed and place in the fridge for up to 2 days then heat and serve. Don’t leave it in the refrigerator for too long, because it will start to spoil.
What I love about making it ahead of time, is that it is terrific for parties, potlucks and family dinners. Do the prep work when you have time then you don’t have to bake until the day you are ready to serve it. Make a double or triple batch if you have a crowd.
Can I Freeze Garlic Bread Pudding?
Yes, this garlic bread pudding freezes pretty well. Then it is easy to grab when you just want a couple for lunch or something light. It even makes excellent snacks! For best results, I recommend cooling the bread pudding entirely then place in the freezer in an airtight container. Place in the fridge overnight to thaw. You can reheat them in the microwave or oven until the garlic bread pudding is warm.
Looking for some recipes that will compliment garlic bread pudding rolls perfectly? Take a look at these tasty soups to dip them in!
- Creamy Corn Chowder With Green Chilis
- Creamy New England Fish Chowder
- Easy Shishito Red Pepper Soup
- Cream of Tomato Soup With Cheddar
- 6 cups gluten free bread, cubed
- 3 eggs
- 2 cups mik
- 1/4 cup parmesan cheese
- 2 1/2 cloves garlic, minced
- 2-3 tablespoons fresh basil, chopped
- 2 tablespoons melted butter
- Preheat the oven to 350F degrees.
- Chop the bread into cubes.
- Add the wet ingredients and spices to the bowl.
- Whisk to blend.
- Pour the bread into the wet ingredients, add the parmesan cheese and mix well.
- Let the bread sit for 15 minutes to absorb all of the liquid.
- Use a spoon to fill a greased muffin tin with the bread mixture.
- Bake for 20-22 minutes until done.
Farberware Nonstick Bakeware 12-Cup Muffin Pan, Gray
OXO Good Grips 3-piece Mixing Bowl Set, White Bowls with Blue/Green/Brown Handles
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 104 Total Fat: 5g Saturated Fat: 2g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 3g Cholesterol: 53mg Sodium: 174mg Carbohydrates: 11g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 2g Protein: 3g