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St Pierre Bakery is amazing. St. Pierre Bakery makes amazing French baked goods from brioche to crepes and they sent us a huge collection of what they make for us to create an out of this world recipe.
As soon as I saw the brioche I knew right away that I wanted to make bread pudding for this baking challenge. But then, I was looking through their recipes book to see what other people have made and there in the book was the exact recipe I came up with so I decided to make something savory instead. I decided to make a chicken bread pudding.
Chicken Bread Pudding Recipe
2 Cups chopped St. Pierre Brioche Loaf
2 Cups chopped grilled chicken breast
1 Cup Sour Cream
1 Package Cream Cheese (softened)
2 Cups Heavy Whipping Cream
2 Tablespoons paprika
1 Tablespoon cumin
1 Teaspoon salt
1 Teaspoon pepper
First you have to prepare you chicken. I used frozen ready to eat chicken and just heated it up in the microwave. Then I seasoned it with some salt and pepper. Then of course I chopped it up.
Preheat the oven to 350.
1. Mix the sour cream and cream cheese together
2. Heat the heavy whipping cream until just barely boiling. Be careful not to over cook it. Set aside.
3. Evenly divide the sour cream mixture into six ramekins
4. Evenly divide the cooked/seasoned chicken into the ramekins
5. Evenly divide the brioche into the ramekins
6. Whisk the eggs, add cumin, paprika, salt and pepper, then slowly add the heavy cream to the eggs as you are still whisking. You don’t want the eggs to scramble from the hot heavy cream so do this step slowly.
7. Pour the egg/cream mixture over the bread in the ramekins and let sit for about 5 to 10 minutes
8. Cook for 20-30 minutes, then let cool for 10 minutes.
ellen beck says
This is an interesting recipe. It almost sounds like it would taste like a dressing and chicken type dish. I am a huge fan of these portioned dishes. I would think you also might be able to free these after they are done for lunches or dinners when it is too hot to cook.
Tami Vollenweider says
This is so different than the bread pudding I’m used to making ,a sweet bread pudding! I’d like to make it and pair it up with a salad as a meal! I also like the individual size portions,which I could easier and also freeze!
shelly peterson says
This looks pretty interesting. I have never had anything like this before.
ellen beck says
I bet this is nice and hearty. This could easily become one fo those comfort foods you really enjoy. It looks easy and good.
G K says
I bet some thyme or sage would be great in this! I’ve never seen a savory bread pudding like this before, but I bet it’s very comforting.
Hannah C says
This looks very delicious! Yum!
This sounds so good, it reminds me of stuffing a little, my favorite! I’d love to try it!