Skillet Apple Butter Bread Pudding
My son only has one day left of school. I can’t believe how fast the year has flown by. Today he’ll be attending Kindergarten graduation with the older kids (he’s only Pre-K this year). He’s so excited. He picked out his clothes today at Target – his first tie and dressy shirt with slacks. I hope he’ll keep it on for longer than 5 minutes so I can get a picture.
Since there’s only one day left of school, I decided to make something warm and comforting yesterday afternoon. So I took all the stale bread, chopped it up and made this apple butter filled bread pudding.
If you like apple butter on toast, you’ll go crazy for this bread pudding. It’s so decadent. I garnished it with lots of whipped cream, walnuts and caramel sauce. I made it in a skillet, so that it can easily be made on the grill too, but you can also make it in a casserole dish in the oven.
Check out these other posts also made with Musselman’s apple butter:
- Brandi’s Apple Butter BBQ Sauce Smothered Grilled Chicken
- Paula’s Smoked Ribs with Sweet Carolina BBQ Sauce
- Susan’ Mini White Chocolate and Apple Tarts
Apple Butter Bread Pudding
8 cups cubed stale bread
1 cup cream
1 cup Musselman's old-fashioned apple butter
1 cup chopped walnuts, for garnish
Whipped cream or vanilla ice cream for garnish
Caramel Sauce for garnish
Heat oven to 350° (or grill). Add bread, eggs, cream and apple butter to a large bowl. Mix well. Spray a large cast iron skillet with non-stick cooking spray. Pour in bread pudding.
Bake for 30 - 40 minutes, or until bread pudding is set. Garnish with whipped cream or ice cream, walnuts and caramel sauce.
This post sponsored by Musselman’s apple butter. All opinions 100% mine.