As you might have noticed, I’m all about comfort food at the moment.
Soup is still my absolute favourite (with cream of tomato, tomato & lentil & butternut versions featuring heavily in my diet this month), but I’d be lying if I pretended like what I really crave lately is carbs.
Pasta, mash, rice and all sorts of nursery puddings… basically all the beige things!
Best of them all though?
This incredible, festive take on the classic bread & butter pudding.
There’s something so comforting about bread & butter pudding – and this version, made with Karaway Bakery’s delicious cinnamon, walnut and raisin brioche loaf takes this classic British pudding a step further.
Soft and indulgent, with crunchy nuts and moist raisins scattered through and the warm aroma of cinnamon, it’s the sort of food winter is made for.
So make the most of the cold season and pud‘ it on your menu… You can thank me later!
More comfort food recipes
Italian-style sausage casserole
Butternut squash pasta bake (V)
Sticky date porridge (VE, GF)
5 thoughts on “The best bread + butter pudding”
I love Bread and Butter pud! Although I once made a disaster one, I followed a recipe that said to use 6 eggs – and it basically turned out liek scrambled egg pudding. Doh! I shall be giving this one a try, it sounds SOOOO good!
Dooooooo it!! I think I’m going to make it again next week when my mum’s around!!
This looks aaaamzing! I haven’t tried to make it myself before, really should give it a go! x
Go, go, go, it’s SO easy!!
Would be delightful to wake up to on Christmas morning too (just saying…)!
I love bread and butter pudding but I’ve never made it with Brioche. A great idea, thanks.