Recipe Box, Aloha Raspberry Bread Pudding Ramekins with Vanilla Cream


This is an easy recipe with a big Wow factor

Raspberry white chocolate bread pudding with a vanilla cream sauce…





Sweet Hawaiian Roll bread cubes,

fresh raspberries, white chocolate in a luscious custard

served warm topped with a vanilla cream sauce

You might just fall in love!





I had a 2 partial bags of King’s Hawaiian Rolls

and decided they would be perfect for this bread pudding





I cubed them and filled the ramekins to determine the amount needed





Each cup held about 1 1/2 roll cubes, so I used 6 rolls,

approximately 5 cups cubes in all





Make the custard by mixing cream, eggs, sugar, butter and vanilla





Melt butter{not pictured above} in a large microwavable mixing bowl,

then stir in sugar and vanilla, adding the eggs last so they don’t curdle in the hot butter






Add bread cubes, toss a few times to coat






Set aside for 30 minutes to absorb liquid






Spray ramekins with cooking spray and add bread cubes in the bottom half of ramekins

Top with 4-5 raspberries and a sprinkling of white chocolate





Repeat layers, ending with raspberries and chocolate on top





Bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes




Make the Vanilla Cream Sauce by melting butter

combining it with heavy cream, sugar and vanilla,





Boil, stirring constantly,  for 3 minutes to thicken






Set sauce aside to cool a little before serving





Serve baked ramekins warm {you can reheat them in microwave for 30 seconds}

with a generous drizzle of warm or room temperature Vanilla Cream Sauce



This recipe is adapted from Raspberry Bread Pudding Tastes Better From Scratch

Aloha Raspberry Bread Pudding Ramekins with Vanilla Cream

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
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4 ramekins, approximately 3 1/2 inches in diameter, 2 1/2 inches deep

cooking spray

6 King’s Hawaiian Rolls, about 5 cups cubes or substitute with challah bread cubes, or croissant cubes

fresh raspberries, about 40

1/2 cup white chocolate chips

2 eggs

1 cup regular cream

1 Tablespoon butter

1 tsp vanilla


Cut rolls into cubes, about 8 cubes per roll.

Melt butter in microwave oven in a large mixing bowl.  Stir in vanilla and sugar.  Add eggs and beat/stir to mix.  Add roll cubes to custard batter and stir to coat.  Let bread sit for 30 minutes to absorb liquid.

Spray ramekins with cooking spray.  Divide half of roll cubes into dishes.  Top with 5 raspberries and sprinkle with half of white chocolate chips.  Top with remaining roll cubes, raspberries and white chocolate chips.  At this point dishes can be refrigerated, covered, and baked later.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Bake ramekins for 20 minutes or until set in the middle.

Vanilla Cream

1/2 cup heavy whipping cream

4 Tablespoons unsalted butter

1/2 cup sugar

Melt butter over medium heat in saucepan.  Add cream and sugar.  Stir and bring to a boil.  Let mixture boil for 3 minutes, stirring constantly.  Remove from heat and set aside to cool a little.  Pour warm sauce over cooked bread pudding.  Store remaining sauce covered in the refrigerator.



Perfect for your Valentine!


for another printable version of Aloha Raspberry Bread Pudding click here




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23 Responses to “Recipe Box, Aloha Raspberry Bread Pudding Ramekins with Vanilla Cream”
  1. joeroman813 says:

    Your bread pudding looks fantastic, thanks for sharing,


  2. Nancy says:

    Oh my word… this looks amazing! Thank you once again for being so creative!


  3. Sounds like a great way to use up some rolls Jenna! The raspberries look beautiful:@)


  4. lghiggins says:

    Sounds delicious and it is so pretty. Happy Valentine’s Day!


  5. Jenna, I love bread pudding so this is a must try recipe. Thanks for sharing it with us.


  6. Michelle says:

    This looks amazing! I’ve never had bread pudding before. I think it’s time I tried it. 😊


  7. Looks pretty easy and delicious, too! Great idea for leftover Hawaiian rolls!


  8. Kitty says:

    Oh dear me…bread pudding and raspberries with a cream sauce??!! Be still my ❤️! Happy Valentine’s Day, Jenna!
    Those French onion potato boats look awesome, too!


  9. Linda says:

    Jenn a, you are so creative with food. Bread pudding is a favorite. My husband loves individual desserts. Thanks for sharing. Hope your Valentines was special.


  10. thefrenchhutch says:

    I love this really good dessert recipe Jenna. Jim loves bread pudding so I know he’d love this! So pretty too in the red ramekins. Saw in a comment you made the awards dinner for VD. So happy you attended. I know you really enjoyed that special time…….


  11. Mary says:

    So smart to use your leftover King’s Hawaiian Rolls for bread pudding Jenna! Love the combo of raspberries and white chocolate chips. ♥


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