It Might Not Be Grandma’s Exact Recipe, But Wow!
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Bread pudding is a classic dessert that can best be described as simple but elegant. This Bread Pudding With Whiskey Sauce recipe includes options for lightening things up a bit while still bringing the great flavor.
My great-grandmother, whom I called Granny and whom Dad called Mama, made a fantastic bread pudding with a whiskey sauce that practically made a dessert by itself. Alas, Granny closely guarded her recipes, and it was lost. I was happy to stumble upon this recipe and indulge in a little nostalgia. Though I can’t say that the recipe is exactly the same, it is similar, and I think that even Granny would have agreed that it is really tasty.
Of course, if you prefer making the sauce without the whiskey, this will still turn out delightful. But I would highly recommend giving it a try! I am definitely not a fan of whiskey but it makes this dessert super flavorful.
Recipe courtesy of Audrey at Dishably. Image courtesy star5112.
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Quick Tip: Drizzle some maple syrup on this bread pudding before digging in. Yum!
Your Smokey Mountain Breakfast casserole instructions are incomplete…read ALL the comments
Hi, Kate. You’re commenting on Grandma’s bread pudding recipe and not the Smoky Mountain breakfast casserole recipe. Maybe you got lost wandering around our mansion of food 🙂 Anyway, checked the recipe in question and it looks complete to me. Have a wonderful day!