Bread pudding is simple to make!

It`s a classic dessert not just because it`s delicious, but because it`s baked with basic ingredients – milk, eggs, sugar, spice, bread and butter.

But we’ve added a twist to the classic by swapping out the bread for Ann’s White Chocolate Cranberry Biscuits! The sweetly-spiced custard soaks into Ann`s biscuits and makes a holiday dessert the entire family will love.

Ann’s White Chocolate Cranberry Biscuits soaked in creamy vanilla custard and baked until golden make a decadent and classic home-made Thanksgiving bread pudding dessert.

Ann’s White Chocolate Cranberry Biscuits soaked in creamy vanilla custard and baked until golden make a decadent and classic home-made Thanksgiving bread pudding dessert … and a delicious holiday-morning breakfast.

Ingredients:
Ann’s White Chocolate Cranberry Biscuits
Milk – 1½ cups
Eggs – 4
Sugar – ¾  cup
Butter – 3 tablespoons, melted
Vanilla Extract – 2 teaspoons
Ground Cinnamon – 1 teaspoon
Ground Allspice – ½ teaspoon
Ground Nutmeg – ½ teaspoon
Salt – ¼ teaspoon
Almonds – ½ cup chopped

Optional ideas for topping off the baked bread pudding: Vanilla Ice Cream, Whipped Cream and Berries

Directions:

Bake Ann’s White Chocolate Cranberry Biscuits as per packaging directions

Let the biscuits cool and leave the oven on at 350°F (175°C) to bake the bread pudding

Grease a baking dish

Break up each biscuit into quarters and set aside in a bowl

In another bowl, beat together the milk, eggs, sugar, butter, vanilla extract, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg and salt

Add the biscuit pieces to this custard mixture and stir gently until bread is evenly coated

Pour this mix into the greased baking dish and spread evenly

Top with almonds and let sit for 20 minutes, or until the biscuits completely absorb the custard

Bake in the oven for 35 to 45 minutes or until top is golden brown

Remove the bread pudding from the oven and let cool for 10 minutes

Serve with ice cream or dollops of whipped cream and a handful of berries

Enjoy!

 

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