White Chocolate Bread Pudding

Made for us while on mission in 2007 doing Katrina Relief from the fabulous cooks and crew at Camp Hope in Vancleave, Ms.

Slice French bread, around 16  slices best broken in pieces and placed in an oblong Pyrex or casserole dish lightly buttered.

5 eggs

2 cups sugar

1 quart milk

1 stick melted butter

1 T vanilla

Mix the above and pour over bread, sprinkle with cinnamon, go heavy on that sprinkle! Bake one hour at 350 degrees.

Topping

1 stick butter

I cup white chocolate chips, or 8-10 oz white baking chocolate, I use both Ghiradelli chips and Bakers white chocolate squares

1 cup confectioners sugar

1 t vanilla

6 t water

Melt butter and white chocolate in microwave for 2 minutes. Remove, stir and add powdered sugar, vanilla and water. Heat another minute, remove and stir until smooth and creamy, then pour over bread pudding as it comes out of the oven. Serve warm.

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3 thoughts on “White Chocolate Bread Pudding

  1. Thanks, Janet. I’m gonna give it a try. It sounds delish. I trust your Thanksgiving was full of gratitude, and that your Christmas will be full of joy. I may see you in Jan. as my first grandchild is due on the 27th. Regards to Paul and JEDI.

  2. You are truly your mother’s daughter, Janet! Gosh – – when Fred and I went down to help after Katrina, no one served us anything like this! I might try it for my Christmas Eve open-bungalow.
    Or our Women’s Advent by Candlelight service (that’s followed by a dessert in the parish-hall). Love to all,
    Aunt Lynne

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