Pineapple Banana Bread Pudding

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Searching for a fun, new dessert recipe that will have the whole table asking for seconds? Look no further because Angie from Big Bear’s Wife shares her delicious and mouth-watering Pineapple Banana Bread Pudding With Banana Caramel Sauce recipe. Popular all over the world as a traditional household favourite, bread pudding recipes are passed down generation to generation and make for quite the treat! Like any great bread pudding recipe, the more you fiddle with it the more interesting it gets!

And that’s just what Angie did! Incorporating ideas from other dessert recipes (specifically a recipe calling for Jack Daniels!), this recipe calls for a whole bunch of wonderful ingredients. To start, this bread pudding calls for any type of soft bread rolls but Hawaiian bread rolls are suggested, adding some sweet and fluffy goodness that pairs incredibly with the pineapple. This recipe then calls for some added flavours like vanilla, brown sugar and nutmeg. The beauty of this pineapple dessert recipe can be seen after mixing all the spices, crushed pineapple and mashed bananas. The gooey, golden mixture is then poured all over the bread, giving the bread rolls a shiny coating. Although easily made by one, this bread pudding recipe could be loads of fun to make with others. The mixture of banana, pineapple and all the other tasty ingredients is definitely a sight to see!

Once all the bread rolls are coated, it’s time to throw it in the refrigerator! Angie suggests covering the dessert with tin foil and refrigerating it for an hour or overnight. Like any juicy bread pudding, you want the rolls to really absorb the mixture. Refrigerating it overnight is preferable because it lets the rolls take full advantage of the mixture. After the absorption process is finished, or after all the liquid is soaked up, it’s time to bake the bread pudding. Pre-heated at 325F, the dessert is baked for around an hour or until set.

To finish off this heavenly pineapple bread pudding recipe, Angie calls for a banana caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream to top it off! The caramel sauce is actually quite simple with only caramel and sliced bananas in a saucepan heated on low. The result is unbelievably flavourful but is a great opportunity to get creative! Along with bananas, feel free to throw in some other fruit to make the dessert even more interesting. For those looking to substitute the caramel, try a recipe that calls for almond butter or rice milk. Angie’s Pineapple Banana Bread Pudding With Banana Caramel Sauce will be a huge hit at your table and definitely a wonderful dessert recipe for the books.

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