Flavor of the Month, Peachy Bread Pudding & a Peachy Recipe Round-up

Okay, I’ve got good news and bad news…and good news!

The good news is I did make the eagerly anticipated Peach Bread Pudding from the June Bucket list

The bad news is that I don’t have tons of drool worthy photos so we’re going to have to use our imaginations…

 

 

The other good news is that there is a peach of a sale today on Society6, 20% off everything with free shipping!  Shop here

 

 

Okay, let’s get cooking!

You could also call this peach stuffed French toast because that’s basically what it is, a layer of brioche {a highly enriched, sweet, bread}

 

Topped with fresh peaches

 

 

Another layer of bread

 

 

Then a bath of eggs, milk & cream,  and a brown sugar sprinkle

 

 

 

After baking, top with more sliced peaches

 

 

Serve it with quality maple syrup for breakfast, or topped with vanilla ice cream for dessert

 

This is where the imagination is needed because my group dug in before I could grab my camera…

They had it with both ice cream and maple syrup!

 

Did you know that if you put peaches {or tomatoes} in boiling water for 30-60 seconds the skin will slide off?

This recipe is adapted from Simply Orange

Their recipe includes a yummy sounding rum sauce which I short cutted by subbing bourbon maple syrup.  You can see their recipe here

Peachy Bread Pudding

  • Servings: 8-10
  • Difficulty: easy
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1/2 cup Simply Peach juice drink

3/4 cup heavy cream

3/4 cup whole milk

2 tsp almond emulsion

2 large eggs, beaten

3/4 cup sugar

12-16 oz sliced brioche loaf*

2 T light brown sugar

3 peaches, peeled and sliced, divided

Mix peach juice with milk, cream, eggs, almond emulsion and sugar. Grease a medium sized baking dish, like an 8 x 8.” If you want to use a 9 x 13” dish, increase ingredient amounts a little to fill up pan.

Place a layer of bread slices in pan, top with 2/3s of sliced peaches and then remaining bread slices. Pour egg mixture over all. Push down bread to submerge. Sprinkle brown sugar evenly over the top.

Bake at 325 degrees for 30-45 minutes or until completely set and golden. Let sit 5-10 minutes. Cut into squares for serving. Garnish with fresh peach slices

Serve with a quality maple syrup for breakfast or topped with vanilla ice cream for dessert

*or brioche bread, cubed

Other Peachy 🍑 recipes from the Painted Apron archives to whet your peach whistle

Stuffed Peach Salad with Balsamic Drizzle

 

Summer Fruit Pizza

 

Roasted Stone Fruit & Berry Salad

Slow Cooker Peach Salsa Chicken Chalupas

 

Peach & Nectarine Crostata

 

Fresh Peach Cake

 

I hope your summer is  just peachy!

for another printable version of Peachy Bread Pudding click here

Painting Peaches tutorial here

Ice Cream Sundae painting tutorial here

Ice Cream Sundae pillow here

Peaches art print here

Peach pillows here,  Totes here,  Clocks here

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17 Responses to “Flavor of the Month, Peachy Bread Pudding & a Peachy Recipe Round-up”
  1. Mary says:

    Sounds delicious Jenna and it would make for a decadent Sunday brunch! We looked at local peaches at the farmers market yesterday and what was available was still under ripe and hard. I’m missing having a TJ’s nearby, pass the bourbon maple syrup my way!

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  2. Jenna, I just heard there was a peach shortage this year. The bread pudding would be perfect for breakfast or dinner, or anytime between! Butch had a delicious peach crisp on Friday evening at Bottega Dining Room!

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  3. Jodi says:

    Yum. I can’t wait for peaches here!!

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  4. thefrenchhutch says:

    Yummy recipes Jenna. The peach bread pudding looks delectable and love the peach salad. Perfect recipes for summer.

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  5. Ellen says:

    I made the Peachy Bread Pudding when you first posted it this month by the original Simply Orange recipe, delicious! I have made it two times since then because everyone loves it. I had to buy extra bottles of the Simply Peach juice, it is so good that there wasn’t enough left to bake anything! Now, I will try your adaptation and that Fresh Peach Cake too! Thank-you for a peachy month.

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  6. Wow – all your peach recipes look so tasty!

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  7. Kim says:

    I love this peachy idea for baked French toast! I didn’t make it by yesterday, but I’m still heading over to order something I need form Society 6. My daughter wants your XO bath mat for her new apartment. So cute! 🙂

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  8. Julie says:

    Hi Jenna, I love this peach recipe too. I love baking with peaches during the summer.
    Thanks for sharing at C&C with J&J!
    Have a great day.
    Julie xo

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  9. Jill Kuhn says:

    Love all your yummy peach photos!! 🍑 Local peaches aren’t available until August for us. I like to make a Peaches and Cream French toast that looks similar to your recipe. 😊

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  10. Love all this peach deliciousness! The pillows are positively darling. Hope your week is filled with peaches and cream.

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  11. dsimair says:

    Great compilation of all things peach!

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