Take-out Tuesday, Bacon & Eggnog Panettone Pudding

Here’s a twist on a breakfast casserole that will also help you use up your leftover Panettone and eggnog

 

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We enjoyed this for a festive New Year’s Day brunch watching the Rose Parade

 

 

New Years breakfast

 

It is so easy to make the day before and put in the oven the next morning

 

 

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I always cook bacon in the oven if I don’t need the fat for sauteing something else.  I think this method really enhances the flavor, not to mention how easy it is to cook and clean up.

 

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Drizzle the cubes with melted butter

 

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Mix in the bacon pieces and then pour the eggnog mixture over all

 

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Leftovers reheat beautifully in the microwave also

 

eggnog bread pudding

Bacon & Eggnog Panettone Pudding

  • Servings: 8
  • Difficulty: easy
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1 tsp vanilla

1 tsp almond emulsion or extract

4 eggs

4 T butter, melted

salt & pepper

2 cups eggnog

1 16 oz. Panettone

8 slices thick applewood smoked bacon, cooked and cut in 1 inch pieces

Cut Panettone into 1 inch cubes.  Place in sprayed or greased shallow baking dish.  Drizzle cubes with melted butter.  Mix in bacon pieces and arrange cubes in an even layer in dish.  Beat eggs, add eggnog, salt and pepper, vanilla and almond emulsion and stir to thoroughly combine.  Pour over bread cubes.  Push bread down into eggnog mixture to submerge and soak.  Cover and refrigerate several hours or overnight before baking.  Bake at 350 for 40 minutes or until set.

 

eggnog panettone pudding

 

 

This pudding is sweet and rich, so a small serving goes a long way

 

 

bacon and eggnog panettone pudding

 

This recipe would be good with sausage too~

Enjoy!

for another printable version of Bacon & Eggnog Panettone Pudding click here

Here are a few more of my favorite breakfast casseroles made with other types of bakery breads

Sausage Gravy Biscuit Bake combines biscuits and sausage in a creamy white gravy

 

 

sausage gravy biscuit bake 2 thepaintedapron.com

 

Ham & cheese stuffed croissants are covered in a custard mixture for baking in this Croissant Brunch Casserole

 

 

croissant brunch bake

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Comments
9 Responses to “Take-out Tuesday, Bacon & Eggnog Panettone Pudding”
  1. Mary says:

    This sounds delicious Jenna, especially with the sweet and salty combination from the bacon! I love panettone and we just finished up what I had for French toast while my sister was in town visiting!

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  2. Jenna, I am so hungry and the scrumptious looking recipes are killing me! Looks so easy and delicious! I am on a healthy eating plan which is not much fun to lose a few pounds that I found during the holidays! Have a lovely week!

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  3. Emily says:

    I shouldn’t be reading this before I’ve had breakfast! I will certainly keep this easy recipe, it is perfect as you say to use up the panettone and eggnog! Great idea Jenna.
    Hope the new year is a good one for you and your family……..

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  4. Jenna, you continue to amaze me! Eggnog pudding?!? Sign me up!!!

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  5. Kitty says:

    Oh yum, Jenna! The bread pudding looks fabulous and I have a panettone in my pantry right now.
    Happy New Year to you!

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  6. Lynn says:

    Sounds very indulgent! Yum:@)

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  7. Miz Helen says:

    Hi Jenna,
    What a great way to use those left overs, this is a delicious recipe. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday and have a great day!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

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  8. JESS44903 says:

    Oh wow…I’ve never heard of such a thing! YUM!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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