The Easiest Crock Pot Bread Pudding

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A delicious dessert you can throw and go! This Crock Pot Bread Pudding recipe is incredibly easy to make and customize to your preference. Need a super simple recipe? We’ve got it!

Desserts can be enjoyed at any time, but there are some that seem synonymous with certain seasons. For instance, a warm and gooey bread pudding is perfect for the cooler months, meaning everyone should add it to their to-do list now!

This treat is a dessert that is made of bread and usually includes some sort of milk or cream, eggs and spices, like cinnamon or vanilla, which soak into the bread and bake down into it. Anyone else drooling?

The recipe that is listed out here is special for a couple of reasons, mainly due to the fact that it can be created in a slow cooker. Not everyone is gifted in the kitchen or enjoys spending time in that room, but anyone can throw some ingredients into a Crock-Pot; the beauty of this small appliance is that it is simply set aside, working its magic for a few hours and filling the house with delicious aromas, before being opened up and served.

Crock Pot Bread Pudding Recipe - Splendry

Its ease is especially appreciated on holidays, as there are already so many other foods to cook, people to host and traditions to lead.

This version of bread pudding also focuses on pumpkin flavors, making it a wonderful addition to a holiday meal. Pumpkin purée, pecans and pumpkin pie spice are just a few of the things that make this a fall or winter dessert (though no one will judge those who whip it up and eat it in the spring or summer!).

The pecans could be left out, if there are those who don’t like or are allergic to nuts, but they do provide a nice crunch. Furthermore, the butterscotch chips do not have to be incorporated, but they, too, help complete the  flavoring of this sweet treat.

Another great thing about this bread pudding is that gluten-free bread can be used, making it safe for even more friends at potlucks, coworkers in the office and family members during the holiday season.

So, yes, a traditional dish is the feature here, and some very handy and yummy twists have been added in, leading to the Crock-Pot Bread Pudding we all can make, serve and relish.

The ingredients and the short and sweet steps are down below. I can’t wait to see how many of you make this bread pudding, and I hope it adds some sweetness to your holiday meals and beyond!

Crock Pot Bread Pudding Ingredients

crock pot bread pudding recipe - Splendry

 

  • 8 C. of bread, cubed
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 C. of heavy cream
  • 1 C. of pumpkin purée
  • ½ C. of chopped pecans
  • ½ C. of butterscotch chips
  • ½ C. of melted butter
  • ½ C. of brown sugar
  • 1½ tspn of vanilla
  • ½ tspn of cinnamon
  • ½ tspn of nutmeg
  • ½ tspn of pumpkin pie spice

Steps:

1. Place the pieces of bread in the bottom of the slow cooker.

2. Combine all the ingredients together, and then pour the mixture into the slow cooker.

3. Stir everything together.

4. Let it cook on low for three or four hours, then enjoy!

Crock Pot Bread Pudding - Splendry

Couldn’t be easier! If you make this delicious crock pot bread pudding, let us know!

The Easiest Crock Pot Bread Pudding

slow cooker bread pudding - Splendry

A delicious dessert you can throw and go! This Crock Pot Bread Pudding recipe is incredibly easy to make and customize to your preference.

Cook Time 4 hours
Total Time 4 hours

Ingredients

  • 8 C. of bread, cubed
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 C. of heavy cream
  • 1 C. of pumpkin purée
  • ½ C. of chopped pecans
  • ½ C. of butterscotch chips
  • ½ C. of melted butter
  • ½ C. of brown sugar
  • 1½ tspn of vanilla
  • ½ tspn of cinnamon
  • ½ tspn of nutmeg
  • ½ tspn of pumpkin pie spice

Instructions

    1. Place the pieces of bread in the bottom of the slow cooker.

    2. Combine all the ingredients together, and then pour the mixture into the slow cooker.

    3. Stir everything together.

    4. Let it cook on low for three or four hours, then enjoy!

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From a Texas town of 300, I made my way to the University of Texas at Austin to study journalism, which spurred me on to write for publications like Us Weekly and to cover events such as New York Fashion Week. When I'm not writing, I'm playing with my cat, vacationing with my family or watching Netflix with my husband.
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