Krispy Kreme Bread Pudding With Espresso Whipped Cream

For this week’s Magazine Monday Event, hosted by Retorte, I have a very old recipe I’ve been saving to try for the Holidays. I finally used it and I highly recommended this bread pudding recipe found in 2005 issue of Food and Wine Magazine.

When I came across this recipe years ago, I new I had to give it a try during one of these Holiday seasons. Who doesn’t like Krispy Kreme right? I love bread pudding and what better time to make this than during the colder months. Though this is the first time I ever made bread pudding, I did find this recipe easy to follow but a bit time consuming after each step to complete it. Unfortunately nobody believed me during Thanksgiving dinner when I told them this Bread Pudding was made out of Krispy Kreme donuts. If only they lived in my house to smell the donuts cooking in the oven. What I love about these donuts are the really nice soft texture, even though all bread puddings are of that consistency, this one keeps a really nice firmness as well. The Espresso Cream topping takes the cake, if you love coffee don’t skip this step it really is the cherry on top. It was a beautiful finish to an already tasty dessert.


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Wandering Coyote says:

    Oh, man, this looks AMAZING! Alas, we don’t get Krispy Kreme where I am in Canada…But we do have Tim Horton’s! This is an excellent idea.

    Thanks for your submission! I’ll have the post up sometime on Monday with your link in it!

  2. Young Zillionaire Extrodinaire Ma-ma says:

    OH my ..what an awsome idea! I love those donuts there's practically one on every corner here in Orlando Florida…I will try this recipe & tell U how it went for me.

    Thanks alot…again!

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