This easy Panettone Bread and Butter Pudding with added Baileys is the ultimate Christmas dessert. Festive, fruity and delicious. What’s not to love?!
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It’s almost December so we are well and truly GO GO GO with Christmas foods – RIGHT?
I LOVE any make ahead dishes, for Christmas Day and around the festive season in general.
We are all short on time and often oven space so any dishes that are simple, delicious AND can be made ahead are a win for me.
You’ll love this Panettone Bread and Butter Pudding because:
✅ The taste of Christmas in a cosy pud!
✅ Easy to prep in advance for Christmas Day.
✅ Perfect alternative to traditional Christmas pudding.
Waitrose & Partners got in touch last week to let me know about all of the exciting deliciousness (is that a word?) they have on offer this festive season.
For any foodie, a wander around Waitrose is exciting at any time of year (just me?! Maybe I need to get out more 🤣), but more so than ever at Christmas.
When I saw the No. 1 Nocciolate Panettone that’s now available I knew it would be perfect for my Panettone Bread and Butter Pudding. It’s made in Italy with juicy sultanas, citrus peel and finished with a crunchy hazelnut frosting and sugar strands.
I hope you like the recipe, it makes a fab alternative for those people not keen on traditional Christmas pudding. Find everything you need to make this at Waitrose & Partners this Christmas.
Top tips for making the Panettone Bread and Butter Pudding:
- Do try to allow time for the pudding to soak before baking, it allows the liquid to sink into every bit of the pud.
- Try to use panettone that is slightly stale or leave yours to dry out a little (this stops the pudding from being mushy).
- Be sure to cook this recipe LOW AND SLOW. The oven needs to be pretty cool to keep the dessert soft and ‘wobbly’. If in doubt, or you think your oven may be on the hot side, turn it down lower than 170C and cook for a little longer.
- Serve with ice cream, cream or custard.
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Panettone Bread and Butter Pudding with Baileys
This easy Panettone Bread and Butter Pudding with added Baileys is the ultimate Christmas dessert. Festive, fruity and delicious.
- 20 g Unsalted butter
- 350 g Panettone See note 1.
- 200 ml Double cream
- 250 ml Semi skimmed milk
- 3 Eggs
- 100 ml Baileys liqueur
- 50 g Caster sugar
- 50 g Chocolate chips See note 2.
Pre-heat oven to 170C.
Butter the base of a shallow casserole dish/baking dish with the butter.
Chop the panettone into small cubes (about 3cm). Put into a buttered baking dish.
Mix the cream, milk, eggs, liqueur and sugar together and pour over the panettone. Sprinkle over the chocolate chips. Allow to soak in well for about 30 minutes. (See note 3.)
Bake in the preheated oven for 30 - 40 minutes until the egg mixture is just set and the top is golden and crispy.
Note 1 - This works very well with slightly stale or leftover panettone, if yours is very soft and fresh, I tend to chop into chunks and then leave on a plate covered by a tea towel for a couple of hours until it dries out a little. It's not vital to do this, it just keeps the texture of the cooked pudding a little firmer.
Note 2 - Regular chocolate chopped into chunks is fine too. Dark or milk is fine, whichever you prefer.
Note 3 - You can prep up to this step 24 hours in advance. Cover and store in the fridge. Bake as normal when you are ready to serve. (It may take 5 minutes longer to cook if coming straight from the fridge.)