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Tue, May 17 2011 post by Whitney

Featured Recipe: Peach Bread Pudding

A traditional English dessert gets a sweet and summery twist in this new recipe. Rhodes Chef Whitney Olsen shows you how peach pie filling and ready-made Warm-N-Serv™ Soft White Dinner ...

Anyone who knows my taste in food knows that I appreciate a good bread pudding. A good bread pudding is a fluffy, moist, and comforting dish. Our Peach Bread Pudding recipe is easy to make and will make your kitchen smell delicious. It is sure to disappear as fast as you made it! Here’s the recipe:

Ingredients:
1 package (9 rolls) Rhodes Warm-N-Serv™ Soft White Dinner Rolls, baked and day old
3 eggs
1 1/2 cups milk
1/3 cup sugar
1 teaspoon almond extract
21 ounce can Peach Pie Filling

Chef’s note: some people hate the taste of almond extract or flavoring. I love it, but if you don’t, you can substitute other extracts in the place of the almond extract. Vanilla extract would be good, but so would orange extract!

The first thing you’ll need is a tray of Rhodes Warm-N-Serv™ Soft White Dinner Rolls. They’re already risen and baked for you—you just need to warm them up and make them golden! Follow the instructions on the package. If you have the time, let them cool and then put the lid on and let them sit for a day. Bread pudding was originally devised as a delicious way to use up stale bread. Here are my rolls, just finished baking in the oven.

Rhodes makes this Peach Bread Pudding recipe easy to make and will make your kitchen smell delicious. It is sure to disappear as fast as you made it!

To make the preparation of your bread pudding as easy as can be, gather all your ingredients together: rolls, eggs, milk, sugar, almond extract, and peach pie filling.

Rhodes makes this Peach Bread Pudding recipe easy to make and will make your kitchen smell delicious. It is sure to disappear as fast as you made it!

Grab your rolls, all nine of them, and cut them into cubes about 1/2” in size. You don’t need to be exact. You can use a knife, but I like to use scissors—they’re faster and don’t squash my rolls quite as much!

Rhodes makes this Peach Bread Pudding recipe easy to make and will make your kitchen smell delicious. It is sure to disappear as fast as you made it!

Next, spray an 8” x 8” glass baking dish with non-stick cooking spray. Arrange the roll cubes in a single layer across the bottom of the baking dish.

Rhodes makes this Peach Bread Pudding recipe easy to make and will make your kitchen smell delicious. It is sure to disappear as fast as you made it!

Set your baking dish with the rolls aside and grab a medium to large mixing bowl. Get your remaining ingredients, too! Pour in your milk, sugar, eggs, almond extract, and one cup of the peach pie filling (not all of it!). If you don’t like how big the peaches in the filling are, take a spoon and chop them up a little bit. I did. Save the rest of the pie filling to use as a sauce when you serve the finished bread pudding.

Rhodes makes this Peach Bread Pudding recipe easy to make and will make your kitchen smell delicious. It is sure to disappear as fast as you made it!

Now that everything’s in the bowl, whisk, whisk, whisk! Beat it up until those eggs are well incorporated and the mixture is smooth—except for the peaches, of course!

Rhodes makes this Peach Bread Pudding recipe easy to make and will make your kitchen smell delicious. It is sure to disappear as fast as you made it!

Now, pour the egg mixture over your bread cubes in the baking dish.

Rhodes makes this Peach Bread Pudding recipe easy to make and will make your kitchen smell delicious. It is sure to disappear as fast as you made it!

Use a spatula or spoon (or even the whisk you just used) to smash down the bread cubes into the custard mixture. You want them all to soak up that great egg mixture. It should look like this:

Rhodes makes this Peach Bread Pudding recipe easy to make and will make your kitchen smell delicious. It is sure to disappear as fast as you made it!

Now, if you’re pressed for time, you can preheat your oven now to 350°F, and when it’s ready, throw your bread pudding right in and bake for 30-40 minutes. If you have the time, though, cover it with plastic wrap and put it in the fridge for at least an hour, if not longer. I did mine overnight to achieve the smooth, custard texture that makes bread pudding so special. For the overnight version, since it will be cold from being in the fridge, bake at 350°F for 45-55 minutes. Remove from oven and allow to cool—it will fall as it does. That’s just fine. Here’s what mine looked like:

Rhodes makes this Peach Bread Pudding recipe easy to make and will make your kitchen smell delicious. It is sure to disappear as fast as you made it!

Now, it’s time to serve it. Bring that extra pie filling you saved back out, warm it up a little, and top each piece of bread pudding with a dollop. Enjoy!

Rhodes makes this Peach Bread Pudding recipe easy to make and will make your kitchen smell delicious. It is sure to disappear as fast as you made it!

Doesn’t that look yummy? It tastes yummy, too! Thanks for reading!

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Peach Bread Pudding

Servings: 6-9 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 20 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 40 min

Bring a little Summer into your kitchen with our easy and delicious Peach Bread Pudding.

Peach Bread Pudding
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Ingredients

6 Rhodes Warm-N-Serv® Soft White Dinner Rolls, baked and day old
3 eggs
1 1/2 cups milk
1/3 cup sugar
1 teaspoon almond extract
21 ounce can Peach Pie Filling

Instructions

Cut rolls into 1/2 inch cubes. Place cubes in a sprayed 8-inch square baking pan.

In a bowl, combine eggs, milk, sugar, almond extract and 1 cup peach pie filling. Mix well. Pour over roll cubes. Press down with a spoon to make sure all of the roll cubes are covered with egg mixture. If time permits, let soak for 30 minutes.

Bake at 350°F 30-40 minutes. Heat remaining pie filling and serve over warm pudding.

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