We are well on our way into 2016 and it’s at about this time that many people loosen their grips on those fitness-related resolutions. I’m not here to derail anybody’s goals but this bread pudding just might make you long for a cheat day. A lot of my friends have wrapped up Daniel Fasts or are in the midst of Whole 30 and I’m just over here finishing up a glazed donut from Shipley. In all seriousness, I have done different types of fasts and challenges before in order to reset myself both physically and spiritually. They have been very rewarding and I plan to continue incorporating them into my life periodically. Day to day, I am all about balance. Yes, I indulge in baked goods, queso, and margaritas here and there. I don’t feel bad about it, though, because the majority of my meals are generally home-cooked and mindful. Now, back to this bread pudding. It tastes like a giant cinnamon roll only better. Most people consider this a dessert but I think you’d be perfectly within your rights to eat this for breakfast. The steps to make it are somewhat similar to my sweet potato praline bread pudding. Of course, theres a sauce to top it with. Maybe one of these days I’ll make a dry bread pudding…or maybe I won’t. This one mimics a cinnamon roll frosting and has a serious obey gooey effect.
What are some different types of bread pudding you enjoy? Let me know below. Thanks for reading!