If you are looking for an old-fashioned bread pudding recipe, it doesn’t get any more old-fashioned than this easy gluten free bread pudding recipe.
Top it off with an incredible homemade vanilla cream sauce and enjoy!
I don’t know about you, but old-fashioned bread pudding has been one of our family’s comfort foods for as long as I can remember. It was made with thick pieces of crusty bread and then smothered in vanilla cream sauce.
Times have changed and I just don’t have time to make gluten-free crusty bread. I have been using a cheat of sorts.
What kind of bread is best for a gluten-free bread pudding?
We use several kinds of gluten-free bread in our house. Our favorites to use in bread pudding are:
- Trader Joe’s
- Franz Bakery
I am sure a lot of other brands would be delicious in this classic bread pudding recipe…these are just the breads we use the most. I use mostly the “ends” to create the breadcrumbs for this bread pudding. My kids won’t touch the ends (or crusts) so I save them up in a big bag in our freezer.
We hope you love this old-fashioned gluten-free Bread Pudding from scratch recipe.
Vanilla Cream Sauce
The star of this recipe is the homemade vanilla cream sauce. This recipe is quick and easy and adds a whole new sweet vanilla flavor to this easy gluten free bread pudding recipe. There is even a vegan option if you prefer.
This is the ultimate bread pudding sauce, but you can also drizzle this vanilla cream on cake, pancakes or waffles, and ice cream too!!
You can freeze this bread pudding if you have leftovers or want to serve this at a later date.
Bread pudding is really easy to make, and it can last in the refrigerator about 4 days. (My family never has dessert leftovers, but that is my best guess!)
Bread Pudding Flavors
As you scan the ingredients, you will realize this is a basic bread pudding recipe. You can most definitely vary the seasonings to make this different.
Most commonly people add cinnamon to bread pudding. I have also used cardamom.
Variations of This Old Fashioned Bread Pudding Recipe:
- You can add nuts.
- raisins, or other dried fruit. (Can’t you just imagine dried tart cherries? It would be delicious!!)
- Chunks of fresh fruit like apples or apricots.
- Chocolate would be sinfully good baked into this gluten free bread pudding too!
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