The great thing about bread pudding is that it can truly be made in almost any flavor desired. The sky is the limit because you can easily mix in whatever you like, along with stale chunks of bread and a rich custard base.
In this particular case, a campfire classic is transformed into a year-round treat by creating a s’more-inspired bread pudding. Chocoholics of all ages appreciate this flavor combination. Chocolate, graham cracker chunks and mini marshmallows merge with a hint of cinnamon to turn your grandmother’s bread pudding into the newest rage in modern desserts. And it couldn’t be easier to make!
A throwback to a classic, this bread pudding with a twist will even satisfy a developed palate looking for the next best thing in comfort foods. A balance between the crusty exterior and the gooey and fudgy center highlights the best of both worlds. Just take a bite and relish in this soul-satisfying interpretation of gastronomic happiness. This is bread pudding at its best.
If your bread isn't very stale, cut it into cubes and allow the bread cubes to dry out at room temperature all day or overnight. Alternatively, lightly toast them on a sheet pan in a 350 degree F oven until dry, about 10 to 15 minutes.
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