Bread pudding appears in cuisines all over the world. Its origins can be traced to the early 11th century, where it originated as a way to make use of fresh bread before it went stale.
Today, bread pudding is considered the ultimate comfort food. Its richness and simplicity make it universally appealing.
The Black Barn rum butterscotch bread pudding is decadently delicious. This classic baked dessert is served warm with a dollop of ice vanilla ice cream and topped with a mouthwatering layer of butterscotch. Today we’ll walk you through the process of preparing bread pudding from start to finish.
We begin by sprinkling the dish with butterscotch chips and raisins. After baking they’ll change their texture and add to the gooey goodness of the dish.
The bread is soaked in a rich, custard-like mixture of cream, eggs, sugar, and rum.
After baking, the bread pudding takes on its characteristic crisp, perfectly crunchy at the top.
We top the bread pudding with a generous, sinfully sweet serving of butterscotch.
Served warm, the Black Barn Rum Butterscotch Bread Pudding softens its topping scoop of vanilla ice cream. One bite of creamy ice cream, sweet butterscotch, and the slight crunch of the pudding makes it worth it to save room for dessert.