What’s the perfect thing to do with leftover challah in the house? Bread pudding, of course. It is a wonderfully unpretentious, comforting dessert that is easy to make and not too heavy. Having tried and tested different breads for bread pudding, challah gets my vote (unsurprisingly). It’s better than brioche in flavor, and ultimately, it makes for the best sponge.
Now, if you are a fan of the classic bread and butter pudding, you are bound to fall for this spring adaptation. Sharp rhubarb, tender juicy strawberries, and mellow creamy ricotta — what’s not to like? Naturally, serve with plenty of fresh whipped cream or Greek yogurt.
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Source: Jewish Living