New Orleans Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce is a popular dessert served during Mardi Gras. Bread Puddings tastes so decadent and is positive proof that leftover bread does have a purpose and can have a second chance. You can learn how to make this delicious classic recipe to help celebrate Mardi Gras wherever you live. Also makes a great holiday dessert to serve at Christmas time.
The bourbon sauce is loaded with bourbon and probably not kid-friendly, but an adult only treat. The bourbon sauce tastes strong right out of the pan, but mellows when pored over the bread pudding.
This New Orleans Bread Pudding recipe is from my first cookbook called What’s Cooking America. This wonderful bread pudding always brings back memories of my visits to New Orleans.
New Orleans Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce Recipe: