Transform Day-Old Pastries Into Decadent Bread Pudding

Transform Day-Old Pastries Into Decadent Bread Pudding

Bread pudding is already an indulgent delight when made with regular bread, but using leftover pastries can take it to great new heights.

I know, I know, you guys have “never heard of leftover pastries,” but trust me, it can happen. And, if this really is something that would never happen under your roof, you’ll be happy to know that many bakeries often sell their day-old goods at a discounted price.

How much pastry you can substitute in depends on the type. Croissants are sturdy enough to take up 100% of the pudding real estate, but crumbier cakes, muffins, and danishes shouldn’t make up more than 50% of your “bread.” (The other 50% can be regular bread or croissants; I vote croissants.) This can be done with pretty much any bread pudding recipe, but the link below has some great tips on assembly and flavoring.

How to Turn Leftover Pastries into Bread Pudding | Food 52

Photo by You As A Machine.

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