With Thanksgiving coming up, we are spending a lot more time in the kitchen. Cooking is always relaxing for me and no more so than around the holidays. I love baking for family and friends. Making things for other people is such a fun thing to do. This Mushroom Bread Pudding Recipe will seriously wow your guests. It is hearty and decadent plus will have every guest asking for seconds. Our casserole was gone in a matter of minutes. Our son tasted it on the way to table and then circled back to get a second helping. He had only eaten one bite but knew he wanted more. It's that good!
We made this delicious casserole in the 5 quart Nonstick Square Casserole with Lid (11 x 11) by Swiss Diamond. This dish quickly became a favorite of ours once we received it. It is incredibly versatile and works perfectly for our family of five. It seems that my husband keeps finding things to make in it. He just made fresh cinnamon rolls tonight!
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Mushroom Bread Pudding Recipe
8 cups cubed Italian loaf bread (1/2 inch cubes)
1 shallot, chopped
2 leeks, whites only, halved and thin sliced
6 cloves garlic, chopped
1 stalk celery, chopped
1/2 pound cremini mushroom, large chop
1/4 pound shiitake mushroom, caps only, rough chop
In a large saute pan, heat the olive oil over a medium flame. Add the shallots, leeks, garlic, and celery. Saute until the vegetables soften.
Add the mushrooms and saute until the mushrooms have released their liquid and it has cooked off. This step takes about 20 minutes.
In a large mixing bowl, combine the half and half, eggs, cheese, Better Than Chicken Bullion, and herbs, and pepper. Add the sauteed mushroom mixture and the bread. Fold together.
Place the bread mixture in the Swiss Diamond casserole pan (if using a regular casserole pan, be sure to butter the pan to keep things from sticking). Bake for about 1 hour and 20 minutes, or until golden brown and set in the center.
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I have never heard of a savory bread putting! This sounds like an interesting idea and I would love to try it. I do need a new pan to so I may have to check into this pan.
What a savory dish! It reminds me more of stuffing than pudding.
I have never heard of a savory bread pudding. It sounds really good. I am a mushroom lover! Looks like a great pan to use too!
This is definitely something I’d be willing to make for dinner. It would be a great way to get my family to eat their veggies as well!
This looks really tasty! I can only imagine how savory it is. Definitely something new I want to try.
I have never had a savory bread pudding before. Do you think this is like stuffing?
That looks like a really nice pan. I’m always looking for nice pans like these. The recipe looks good, except for mushrooms. I’m not a fan of those.
I never would have considered using mushrooms to make bread pudding. I bet that is a wonderful recipe. I will have to try it someday.
wow using mushrooms to create bread pudding is so creative. i swear i would have never even thought of this.
This pudding looks really good! I’ll definitely have to try this!
Yummy! I love bread pudding! Great recipe I’ll have to try it some day!
Yummy! This recipe looks so good, I may just make this next week for thanksgiving!
I’ve never made a savory bread pudding before. I will have to try your recipe. What gorgeous cookware.
I have never had a savory bread pudding before. Yours has my mouth watering.
This looks so yummy. I have never made bread pudding, but I would like to. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
This looks so good. I bet my husband would enjoy it.
I have had a savory bread pudding before and it was delicious. This sounds like something that I need to try.
I have never tried bread pudding before but this sounds great. I love anything with mushrooms, but all of the ingredients seem like it would be very tasty.
This savory bread pudding looks so good! It would make such a great addition to our holiday table this year. I can’t wait to try it for myself!
Now this looks like a different dish.
And what high-quality looking dishware!
Yum! That looks so good! I am definitely going to be trying this sometime very soon!
This recipe looks insanely DELISH! Perfect for my thanksgiving feast- I’ve never tried bread pudding so this would be a real treat and that cookware is just divine!
I love anything remotely like stuffing, and mushrooms, too. What a delectable combination – it looks great and I want to find out just how good it is and try it!
That is one nice dish! Never tried bread pudding but it sounds awesome.
My cookware has to be no-stick or I am not happy!! This recipe is perfect to take to Thanksgiving dinner!
I’ve never actually tried a savory bread pudding before, but I love mushrooms! I want to try this now 🙂
I can think of so many dishes to make in this pan.
Bread pudding is among my favs!
What a mouth-watering pudding!!! I wish I could just grab it from the screen!
That bread pudding is the bomb! It looks so tasty and I’m pretty sure it’s packed with flavor. It’s festive as well, perfect for serving during the holidays!
I love the cooking demo of this. I will be honest I am not the biggest mushroom fan but everything looks great I would just have too cook it without it.
I love mushrooms and this looks like a perfect way to use them. I love the idea of a savory bread pudding, yum!
This sounds so incredibly delicious. Just looking at the ingredients made my mouth water. My SIL usually makes the stuffing at Thanksgiving and I absolutely love it. I pinned your recipe because I think I want to make it for Christmas.
I have never heard of mushroom bread pudding. It looks quite good. I love the pan you used, I had been curious how well they worked. I might give this recipe a try, this would be good during this cold winter.
What a unique recipe you have here, we love this mushroom bread pudding recipe. It looks delicious! Also love the dishware you’re using, it looks awesome.
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