A family gathering is not complete without this showstopper dessert – Bread and Butter Pudding with Dark Chocolate Ganache and Citrus. This mouthwatering festive pudding is worth it, trust me!
Ingredients to Make Bread and Butter Pudding
Long fermented sourdough bread is used for this Bread and Butter Pudding, with a simple custard filling. Good quality dark chocolate is a must for this easy ganache topping. Finish the dish off with a generous sprinkle of lemon zest.
I was lucky enough to have spent a morning with The Artisan Baker – Barry Korb, to hear all about his non GMO, low GI, low sugar, 100% wheat, healthy bread – that is available at Jacksons Real Food Market, in Johannesburg. This man’s passion to create a healthy and nutritious alternative to the usual shop bought bread, blew me away.
Guys, HEALTHY BREAD!
Did you know that this bread is suitable for diabetics and gluten intolerance sufferers? It literally only contains three ingredients: Stone milled flour, water and salt. Read all about what goes into the process here. It’s a complete eye opener.
How To Make Bread and Butter Pudding
I wanted to come up with a festive recipe that’s pretty indulgent without too much of the guilt. Consequently, this drool-worthy dessert was the result. Because, really now. Who doesn’t love bread?
Bread and Butter Pudding with Dark Chocolate Ganache and Citrus was born. Your perfect Christmas dessert made with amazing ingredients.
My Bread and Butter Pudding consists of buttery slices of The Artisan Bakers bread, covered in a cream, whole milk and egg custard, sweetened with coconut sugar and topped with a swoon worthy 80% dark chocolate ganache and citrus zest.
Do you get that this might be the best thing SINCE sliced bread? Yes please!
All the ingredients I used in this recipe are from Jacksons, and is organic, chemical free and totes wholesome.