Two of our favorite New Orleans desserts combine in an extravagant white chocolate and banana rum bread pudding. Todd Coleman
From Argentina to New Orleans, Mexico to Canada, everyone has their particular take on this warming dessert. Here are some of our favorite recipes, from classic to the esoteric.
Budi de Pan (Neapolitan Bread Pudding)
After flan, bread pudding is perhaps the most popular dessert in Argentina, often enjoyed alongside a cup of coffee. This Italian-inspired version, which first appeared in the iPad edition of our October 2013 issue, is on the lighter side, with fresh hints of citrus.
A delicious way to use leftover rye bread, this sweet pudding enhances the bread’s tangy flavor with the addition of spices and dried fruits.