Eggnog Bread Pudding
Eggnog Bread Pudding -classic bread pudding gets a festive Christmas twist with eggnogg, perfect easy recipe for the holiday season.
This Eggnog Bread Pudding made with Brioche is the perfect festive treat. Easy, delicious comfort food, with the perfect Christmas twist that makes it extra special.
I love bread pudding and first had a traditional bread pudding ages ago when I was in my early twenties and living in England for school. It is a classic English dessert. It’s so warm and comforting and truly easy to make. It was often made to use up stale bread. This eggnog version is perfect for the holiday season.
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To make this old classic a little extra special for Christmas I partnered with President’s Choice and made it with their new President’s Choice Brioche Bread and President’s Choice Eggnog. It was so good!
The rich buttery flavour of the brioche bread made the pudding extra special. And the best part of this recipe is that using eggnog as one of the main ingredients cut down on the ingredients and made this recipe super easy, but also so, so delicious.
If you’re a fan of eggnog, I think you’ll love this eggnog bread pudding recipe. The eggnog flavour adds so much to the dessert.
What To Serve It With
I served the Eggnog Bread Pudding with whipped cream as a holiday dessert. To make it mix heavy cream with vanilla extract, and sugar, you could even add a splash of rum to make it more festive. It was warm, but not piping hot. You can serve it hot, warm, or cold. It would be really delicious with a scoop of vanilla ice cream also, or a classic English custard sauce, or even eggnog custard, vanilla sauce, rum sauce, or caramel sauce. You could also dust it with a little powdered sugar before serving.
To make this Eggnog Bread Pudding even more special, you could add in some raisins, or pecans, or both to up the holiday flavors. We’ve made ours with brioche bread, but you can also try different types of bread like challah bread, egg bread, French bread, or even white bread.
I love this easy Egg nog Bread Pudding. It’s easy enough for any day you’d like to add a little holiday cheer to with simple grocery store ingredients, but special enough to be welcome at any party or special get together this Christmas. This is a great way to use up any leftover eggnog too.
Eggnog Bread Pudding
- I loaf brioche bread
- 3 cups eggnog
- 4 eggs
- 1/4 cup melted butter
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- 1/4 tsp nutmeg
- Non-stick Baking Spray
- Icing Sugar for dusting over the top
- Optional: raisins, pecans, or both
- First cut your brioche into one inch cubes.
- In a large mixing bowl combine eggnog, eggs, melted butter, sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg. (Make sure your butter isn't too hot, you don't want to cook the eggs at all.) Stir the egg mixture well.
- Add the all the bread cubes into the eggnog mixture in the large bowl, and stir to combine. Optional: add some raisins (or use cinnamon raisin bread) or add pecans, or both to the mixture. Let it sit 10 minutes or a couple of hours so the bread can absorb most of the liquid.
- Spray a 9 x 9 baking dish with non-stick spray, and add in the soaked bread mixture to the prepared baking dish.
- Bake in a 350 degree preheated oven 40-45 minutes, until set and golden brown on top.
- Serve hot, warm, or cold sprinkled with a little icing sugar. Serve with whipped cream, custard sauce, or ice cream.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 556Total Fat: 26gSaturated Fat: 15gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 9gCholesterol: 292mgSodium: 390mgCarbohydrates: 67gFiber: 1gSugar: 46gProtein: 15g
Store any leftovers in an airtight container or in the casserole dish wrapped in plastic wrap in the refrigerator, Serve at room temperature, or reheat in the microwave. This easy eggnog bread pudding is perfect for festive dessert rich flavor dessert for Christmas Eve, or New Year’s Day. With Eggnog Bread Pudding, life is really a party!
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When do you use the icing sugar? That is powdered sugar, right?
Hi Carly, I have added it to the recipe, it’s just a garnish at the end. And yes icing sugar is powdered sugar. I googled it and apparently there are different names for it depending where you live. I’m in Canada and this is a common name for it here. All the best, Dannyelle
Can I substitute milk for eggnog if it’s not Christmas?
Hi Julie, yes I think milk as a substitute for the eggnog should work find. Enjoy!
Would I double the recipe (exactly) to make it in a 9×11 pan?
Oops,,,,, I meant to type a 9 x 13 sized baking dish.
Hi Rebecca, yes you can certainly double the recipe and bake in a 9 x 13 pan. I hope you enjoy it, all the best
How many cups of brioche bread in a loaf?
Does this have to be refrigerated?
Hi Deb, yes this recipe needs to be refrigerated, lots of milk and eggs in it.
Hi Teri, an average bread loaf is about 10 cups when cubed.