Bacon Waffle Bread Pudding

October 18, 2016 1:11 am Published by 3 Comments


Bacon Waffle Bread Pudding

This sweet and savory bread pudding recipe comes from Sessions Public in San Diego. It’s perfect for a Sunday breakfast or brunch! Sessions Public is a casual, charming neighborhood eatery with an ever-changing draft beer selection on the cusp of Ocean Beach and Point Loma in coastal San Diego. Opened in 2010 by San Diego native, Abel Kaase, the restaurant reflects the casual beach culture of its surroundings.

The restaurant’s eclectic selection of local and imported brews is paired with an approachable, yet creative menu with signature dishes such as Duck Fat Fries, Bacon Lollipops and Pork Belly Tacos. As a nod to the San Diego area code, happy hour is offered until 6:19 p.m. daily. Lunch and dinner are also available, as well as weekend brunch.

Bacon Waffle Bread Pudding

4 cooked waffles, cut into squares
6 strips of bacon (cooked and chopped)
1 cup eggs
2 cups cream
1 tsp. salt
1 tbsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. vanilla
1 cup brown sugar

Combine eggs, cream, salt, cinnamon, vanilla and brown sugar and mix until combined. Pour mixture over waffles and bacon in a greased 8” x 9” pan. Bake at 450 degrees for 1.5 hours. Garnish with chopped bacon and a mint leaf. Enjoy!

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  • The Pope From TV says:

    This looks so amazing and sounds easy to make but I’ve never made bread pudding before. Nor have I been tempted to until now lol. The recipe sounds like you’re supposed to layer the waffles and bacon on the bottom of the pan but in the picture i don’t even see waffles and the bacon is at the top. Is this something you’re supposed to flip over to take out of the pan to serve?? And if so does that mean the bacon goes in the pan beneath the waffles?

    • Bacon Babe says:

      I think they reserved some of the chopped bacon and sprinkled it on top. The bacon is chopped up and tossed with the cut waffles.The waffles will get “soggy” from the egg/cream mixture and not resemble waffles after it is baked. Hope this helps!

  • Anne says:

    Can this be doubled- will,it cook up,the same? Thinking i want a full 9×13 pan

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