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Foodies: Easy Chocolate Chips Bread Pudding

Foodies: Easy Chocolate Chips Bread Pudding that everyone will enjoy!

Chocolate Chips Bread Pudding

I’ve never been into chocolates. However, a few chocolate chips here and there are all good. Now when it comes to comfort food, a warm and a bit chocolate-y bread pudding is the best. If you’re planning on making a dessert for someone who isn’t a chocolate lover like myself, this recipe is perfect for them. You can put more, less, or take out the chocolate chips all together. It’s all up to your personal tastes. Added note, this pudding can be served warm, room temperature, or cold.

As it was my first time trying my hands on making bread pudding, I’d say it’s very easy to make. So let’s get to it.


♥ 1 loaf – Bread
♥ 1 can (12 oz.) – Evaporated Milk
♥ 1 can (14 oz.) – Condensed Milk
♥ 6 pieces – Eggs
♥ 1 cups – Milk (fresh)
♥ 1 tbs. – Vanilla Extract
♥ ½ cup – Melted Butter
♥ ½ cup – Milk Chocolate Chips
♥ Sugar to Taste



1. There’s two ways to cook bread pudding via bain-maries. One is bain-marie on a stove, or as we know it as steaming. The other one is via oven, putting the pan of bread pudding inside a larger pan and feeling it with hot water half way and popping it in the oven. If you are using an oven, pre-heat it at 350 degrees. If you are using a stove, pre-boil the water in medium-low heat.
2. Cut the bread into cubes. Fill the pan with bread alternating with chocolate chips, so it’s spread out.
3. Beat the eggs. Mix the evaporated milk, condensed milk, vanilla extract, melted butter, and fresh milk in a bowl along with the beaten eggs.
4. Soak the bread with the mixture. (Make sure the mixture covers all the bread)
5. Pop them in the oven for 45 to 60 minutes or use the steaming method for the same amount of time.
6. Remove from heat.
7. Serve with fresh fruits and some powdered sugar if you like.

Makes: 6-8 servings
Cooking & Prep Time: 1 hour and 10 minutes

Hugs, Dee



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