This strawberry rhubarb bread pudding recipe is so easy to make and doesn’t contain any eggs or milk. Instead, sourdough bread is tossed with maple syrup, melted butter, and a little sugar and left to soak for a short time. Bread pudding is a go-to recipe in our house and we switch out the fruit based on what’s in season during the spring and summer. Rhubarb, strawberries, raspberries, and peaches all taste terrific in bread pudding – consider mixing them together – while apples and cranberries are great options for the colder months.
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I love bread pudding, anchovies, and hot dogs! Maybe you think those three things are disgusting. I don’t love mussels, chocolate desserts, or tomato sauce on pizza. Maybe you think those things are amazing! The point is, we can love some things, and loathe others, but still be united by our love of food.
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The Great Debate – Raisins Yes or No?
I totally get it. You’re at a social gathering and you see a huge plate of chocolate chip cookies on the table. You grab one, take a big bite, and OH NO IT’S A RAISIN. Ok, ok, calm down, so it wasn’t a chocolate chip in your cookie, but really, why all the negativity towards these sweet little dried grapes? Can you ACTUALLY imagine a world without oatmeal raisin cookies? A world without rum and raisin ice cream?! A world without raisin bread pudding?!!! I think not.
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Feel free to substitute any bread you like. We love sourdough, but any bread will do!
Swap the 2 cups of strawberries and 2 cups of rhubarb for any other seasonal fruit you love.
The base of the recipe is essentially a cinnamon raisin bread pudding, however feel free to leave the raisins out if you don’t like them! They’re totally optional!
Raisin Bread Pudding Recipe With Strawberries, Rhubarb, and Maple Syrup
- 8 cups sourdough bread torn into bite-sized pieces
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 2 teaspoons cinnamon
- 1 cup butter melted
- 2 cups strawberries quartered
- 2 cups rhubarb chopped
- 1 cup raisins (optional)
- 1 cup maple syrup
- 2 tablespoons lemon juice
- Preheat oven to 350ºF. Generously grease a 9x13 oven-safe dish with butter.
- Toss torn sourdough bread, sugar, and cinnamon together in a large bowl. Drizzle with melted butter and toss to evenly coat. Set aside.
- Add strawberries, rhubarb, raisins, maple syrup, and lemon juice to a separate bowl. Stir well to coat all fruit with liquid.
- Place one half of fruit mixture into prepared baking dish. Top with all of the butter-soaked bread. Scatter remaining fruit evenly over bread layer and bake 25-30 minutes until bread is lightly browned and rhubarb is soft.
- Feel free to substitute any bread you like. We love sourdough, but any bread will do!
- Swap the 2 cups of strawberries and 2 cups of rhubarb for any other seasonal fruit you love.
- The base of the recipe is essentially a cinnamon raisin bread pudding, however feel free to leave the raisins out if you don’t like them! They’re totally optional!
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