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Raspberry Nutella Bread Pudding

I will admit, I am always looking for new ways to eat Nutella.

Raspberry Nutella Bread Pudding

It is probably one of the tastiest spreads out there, and I will admit to occasionally eating it straight from the jar.  No, not my proudest moments.  Anyway, I have been up to my eyeballs in pies this week so when it came time to bake something sweet just for me, and not for testing, I decided Nutella would have to be involved.

Raspberry Nutella Bread Pudding

This is a variation on a traditional English bread and butter pudding.  In this case I replaced the butter with Nutella.  I happened to have raspberry jam in the fridge so I used that also.  Nutella and raspberry is a brilliant combination, if you did not know, and adding them to a creamy bread pudding is just insanely good.  You can put this together in minutes and really any berry jam will work here.  This could easily become a staple dessert, and breakfast, in my house.

Raspberry Nutella Bread Pudding      Serves 6

8 slices white bread
1/2 cup Nutella
1/4 cup raspberry jam
1 1/2 cups whole milk
2 tablespoons cream
1/3 cup sugar, plus more for dusting
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla

Heat the oven to 350 F and spray a 9″x9″ pan with non-stick cooking spray.

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Spread the Nutella evenly over four slices of the bread.  Spread the raspberry jam on the other four slices of bread.

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Combine the bread into four Nutella and Raspberry jam sandwiches.  Slice each sandwich into four triangles and tuck them into the prepared pan so the points face up.

Whisk together the milk, cream, eggs, sugar, and vanilla and pour it over the sandwiches.  Dust the top with extra sugar then let stand for ten minutes.

Raspberry Nutella Bread Pudding

Bake the pudding for 30 to 35 minutes, or until the custard is set and it reads an internal temperature of 160 F.  Allow to cool for ten minutes before serving.

Raspberry Nutella Bread Pudding


Raspberry Nutella Bread Pudding

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40 Responses to “Raspberry Nutella Bread Pudding”

  1. Your blog title is right…oh so evil in such a gooooood way :)

  2. This looks so delicious. I love the addition of raspberry jam, it’s my favorite. I’ll have to give this recipe a try since bread pudding is a hubby favorite.


  3. I love that you made sanwiches forst and then turned them in to bread pudding! That is such a cool idea, my mind is now racing with the variety of bread puddings that I can make.

  4. Evan Thomas says:

    Warm, sweet carbs and nutella. I don’t think there’s possibly a better combination.

  5. Thanks so much for sharing this! The recipe and instructions are so simple how can I not give this a try? BTW, I’m not ashamed to admit I have a special (large) Nutella eating spoon!

  6. Maria says:

    Great way to use Nutella! Mmmmm!

  7. Christina says:

    It just can’t get much better than this, eh?

  8. I’m…not sure if I’d be able to make it all the way to the bread pudding stage. There’s no way I’d be able to resist eating a few of those sandwich quarters on their own. Nutella and raspberry sounds delicious!

  9. This is the kind of dessert that makes me feel like a kid again. Love it!

  10. vtkitchen says:

    oh, this is a good one. genius idea, wondering why it hasn’t been thought up before now!

  11. Love bread pudding and seeing so much of it lately :) This is a great variation to using simple chunks of bread! The nutella and raspberry are an awesome combo.

  12. briarrose says:

    Pure yum! It’s wrong to eat Nutella straight from the jar? Ehehehe.

  13. Felice says:

    These are evil shenanigans! Raspberry and chocolate are tempting enough, but Nutella and raspberry is genius.

  14. What a great flavor combination! And could this recipe be ANY easier? I think not. This could be dangerous….

  15. Chef Dennis says:

    now that is one impressive bread pudding! what a clever way to get the nutella and raspbery jam into it!

  16. Wow, what a great idea – Raspberry and nutella…YUM! heavenly!

  17. Tiffany says:

    You are killing me, that looks amazing and NOT on my diet!

  18. Ohhh my, yes please! I love Nutella and I’m always looking for new, creative ways to eat it. Adding this one to the list!

  19. Abbey says:

    My.mouth.is.watering. I am making this recipe asap. Yum. I might sub the white bread for homemade challah.

  20. Is everyone in blogworld gone Nutella crazy? Nutella is the new bacon, I swear! Love this bread pudding, the raspberry is a gorgeous suprise!

  21. Stephanie says:

    Awesome, awesome, awesome. I love the idea of making sandwiches and then staggering them in that way. Looks so toothsome and wonderful.

  22. Kat @ Cupake Kat says:

    These look like a row of delicious nutella sandwiches. Nutella is the best I eat it all the time

  23. Amanda L. says:

    I love how the bread pudding is put together in sandwich form!

  24. Gina Boulanger says:

    I made it tonight and my husband had THIRDS!! It is better than it looks! Thanks again for sharing this AMAZING recipe!

  25. No, I didn’t know that Nutella and raspberry is a brilliant combination, thank you! And for the record, you aren’t the only one who eats Nutella from the jar with a spoon!

  26. This looks ridiculous in the best way possible and I have no choice but to make it as soon as I possible can. :)

  27. cyndieeee says:


    thanks for this great recipe.
    made it for a potluck i went to the other day and got so many great compliments.. even from chefs!

  28. Kris says:

    Can you substitute anything for the cream? It’s not something I routinely keep in the house.

  29. Kelly says:

    Kris – Just use more milk, or if you have evaporated milk you can use that. The cream just adds a little richness to the custard. You can omit if you need to.

  30. oh my nutella!!!!!!!!!!! Your bread pudding looks delicious and the word nutella just got me hooked . The name of your blog is really apt , evil it is my friend :).

  31. cookette says:

    i am pretty much obsessed with nutella, but this takes it to a new level. deeeelicous! Love this recipe :)

  32. Brittany says:

    I have never tried nutella but I have always wondered if it was good. I will have to pick some up after this post!

  33. Sherry Greek says:

    The title alone made me drool, but the pictures made swoon! Looks great!

  34. Your recipe for Raspberry Nutella Bread Pudding is amazing and simply very appetizing. Your instructions are very clear and the whole dish seems easy to prepare. Not a lot of fuss for what seems to be a terrific “bread pudding” dish. Will definitely try it. Thank you for sharing and for the great photos which illustrate the process very well.


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