Cranberry Eggnog Bread Pudding With Bourbon Cream Cheese Frosting
Bread pudding is the ultimate comfort food, and this cranberry eggnog bread pudding recipe takes the classic recipe over the top. This homemade easy bake recipe just might become your new family tradition. This is a lovely dessert recipe to share with family and friends, and it's easy to make there are just a few tricks that will help you become the master of making bread pudding. One of the major problems when people make bread pudding is there’s not enough liquid in the mixture. You may have heard of bread puddings that could double as door stop, and that’s most often because there was not enough milk to keep bread pudding texture of pudding. The other issue you may also find with bread pudding is the omission or simply not enough eggs in the recipe to make the custard. This is essential when it comes to bread pudding recipes; you need the right amount of liquid. You want to think of egg custard with bread in it.
As you can see from the bread pudding photos, the egg nog mixture for the recipe almost came up to the top of the baking dish. It's also a good idea to let the egg nog soak in before baking which also helps as well. When it comes out of the oven, the bread pudding will be puffed up nicely and as the recipe cools it will set back down to the level of the baking dish or a little lower. This is normal for the bread pudding. After you allow the bread pudding t to cool down, you can now top the recipe with the bourbon cream cheese frosting. You can also skip the cream cheese frosting and serve the bread pudding with vanilla ice cream, some whipped cream or creme Anglais. Most people would agree however that the cream cheese frosting recipe is the best part of the recipe, and it also makes the bread pudding look so nice. You don’t have to allow the bread pudding to cool down completely, and warm bread pudding is even better. The only problem you’ll have is with the shape of the pudding. But no one will care about what the bread pudding looks like once they taste it. Allowing the homemade easy bake recipe to cool down completely will let the bread pudding keep its shape, but its best right out of the oven. Anyway, you serve this cranberry eggnog bread pudding, you and your guests are sure to love this dessert recipe. And if you don't like cranberries, you can try blueberries instead, it's equally delicious, just not quite as festive as cranberries would be. When it comes to comfort food, bread pudding is at the top of the list. To celebrate the holiday season, you'll want to make this Cranberry Eggnog Bread Pudding recipe with a Bourbon Cream Cheese Frosting a part of your holidays every year.
For this homemade easy bake recipe, you will need a loaf of potato bread cut into cubes with more if you need it, the bread should rise high above your casserole dish, eggnog, eggs, sugar, vanilla, cinnamon, and frozen cranberries. For the cream cheese frosting, you will need butter, cream cheese, confectioners sugar, and bourbon, whisky or rum (you can also use vanilla extract for a non-alcoholic version of the recipe).
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