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King's Hawaiian Bread Pudding


Spray a deep half hotel pan (or any 10x12 inch pan, 4 inches high) with non-stick baking spray, and line with parchment paper. Set aside.

Cube bread and set aside in a large mixing bowl.

In a medium pot, warm all dairy, sugar and milk. Butter should be melted and sugar dissolved. Do not let this boil. Set aside.

In an electric blender, add all eggs and spices. While the blender is on low speed, stream in the scalded milk and butter mixture. If your blender isn't big enough to hold all liquid, blend in batches or hand mix in a large bowl after the eggs are fully blended.

Pour liquid mixture into the bowl with the cubed bread along with half of the raisins. Mix well with a large spoon or spatula, and let this mixture sit for about 30 minutes to allow the bread to soak up the liquid.

Pour bread mixture into the lined hotel pan. Sprinkle the remaining raisins on top, pushing them into the mixture if necessary. If you have a steamer, wrap the entire pan with plastic wrap or cling film, going around the entire pan once (cater wrap), and folding in the sides. If you have a regular oven, wrap in foil.

Place pan in a steamer at 250° F, for 1 hour. Lower oven steamer to 212° F, and steam for another 30 minutes. Or bake at 300° F for 1 hour.

Test with a pick or cake tester to make sure it comes out clean.

Once bread pudding is done baking/steaming, remove from oven and remove wrap or foil. Place in refrigerator to cool completely, about 4 hours, or overnight, before using.

To remove pudding from pan, score the sides of the pudding with a small metal spatula or knife, making sure to keep the knife as close to the side of the hotel pan as possible. Turn entire pan upside down and warm entire base and side surface with a brulee or plumbing torch, sweeping side to side to warm the pan. It should come out once the pan is warm. Portion to desired size. Can be enjoyed cold or heated up with 1 tablespoon of butter in medium pan on the stovetop and/or by warming it in the oven.


6 Smart Ways to Use King&rsquos Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

Because they're so much more than your token dinner rolls.

I’ve already expressed my deep adoration for King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls as my family’s dinner roll of choice for just about any and every gathering. So when IHOP recently announced their partnership with the iconic brand to introduce a limited time special, Hawaiian roll French toast, I was beyond ecstatic. The news gave me a jolt of energy and I bolted to the kitchen to make a copycat version to enjoy at home. After scarfing down the delightful breakfast treat, I fell into a brainstorming session for all of the possibilities these delicately sweet, fluffy rolls have to offer. I seriously wish I𠆝 bought a bigger pack of the rolls to test a few ideas out right then and there. But now, at least this gives me validation to go buy an excessive amount of King’s Hawaiian bread.

If you are anywhere near as fond of these rolls as I am, I know you’ll be onboard with the following ways to incorporate them into sweet and savory dishes. So the next time you find yourself instinctually reaching for the signature orange package on a grocery run, here are a few easy ways to use your King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, beyond simply slathering them with butter.

Sweet or Savory Bread Pudding

Turning your rolls into a rich and hearty baked dish is a great use that’s totally adaptable to your preferences and the occasion at hand. Simply cut a 12-count package into medium-size cubes and toast them (on a sheet pan, arranged in a single layer) dry them out for about 15-20 minutes at 400ଏ. This will give them a little bit of tasty caramelization and dry them out. Next, toss the toasted and cooled cubes with a mixture of eggs and some sort of cooking liquid such as cream, a dairy alternative milk, or stock (for a savory bake). Spice the mixture up with additional flavorings such as lemon zest, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, and herbs. If you are going sweet, you’re going to want to add sugar to the mix as well𠅊nd heck, you could toss in some chocolate chips or berries while you’re at it.


6 Smart Ways to Use King&rsquos Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

Because they're so much more than your token dinner rolls.

I’ve already expressed my deep adoration for King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls as my family’s dinner roll of choice for just about any and every gathering. So when IHOP recently announced their partnership with the iconic brand to introduce a limited time special, Hawaiian roll French toast, I was beyond ecstatic. The news gave me a jolt of energy and I bolted to the kitchen to make a copycat version to enjoy at home. After scarfing down the delightful breakfast treat, I fell into a brainstorming session for all of the possibilities these delicately sweet, fluffy rolls have to offer. I seriously wish I𠆝 bought a bigger pack of the rolls to test a few ideas out right then and there. But now, at least this gives me validation to go buy an excessive amount of King’s Hawaiian bread.

If you are anywhere near as fond of these rolls as I am, I know you’ll be onboard with the following ways to incorporate them into sweet and savory dishes. So the next time you find yourself instinctually reaching for the signature orange package on a grocery run, here are a few easy ways to use your King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, beyond simply slathering them with butter.

Sweet or Savory Bread Pudding

Turning your rolls into a rich and hearty baked dish is a great use that’s totally adaptable to your preferences and the occasion at hand. Simply cut a 12-count package into medium-size cubes and toast them (on a sheet pan, arranged in a single layer) dry them out for about 15-20 minutes at 400ଏ. This will give them a little bit of tasty caramelization and dry them out. Next, toss the toasted and cooled cubes with a mixture of eggs and some sort of cooking liquid such as cream, a dairy alternative milk, or stock (for a savory bake). Spice the mixture up with additional flavorings such as lemon zest, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, and herbs. If you are going sweet, you’re going to want to add sugar to the mix as well𠅊nd heck, you could toss in some chocolate chips or berries while you’re at it.


6 Smart Ways to Use King&rsquos Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

Because they're so much more than your token dinner rolls.

I’ve already expressed my deep adoration for King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls as my family’s dinner roll of choice for just about any and every gathering. So when IHOP recently announced their partnership with the iconic brand to introduce a limited time special, Hawaiian roll French toast, I was beyond ecstatic. The news gave me a jolt of energy and I bolted to the kitchen to make a copycat version to enjoy at home. After scarfing down the delightful breakfast treat, I fell into a brainstorming session for all of the possibilities these delicately sweet, fluffy rolls have to offer. I seriously wish I𠆝 bought a bigger pack of the rolls to test a few ideas out right then and there. But now, at least this gives me validation to go buy an excessive amount of King’s Hawaiian bread.

If you are anywhere near as fond of these rolls as I am, I know you’ll be onboard with the following ways to incorporate them into sweet and savory dishes. So the next time you find yourself instinctually reaching for the signature orange package on a grocery run, here are a few easy ways to use your King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, beyond simply slathering them with butter.

Sweet or Savory Bread Pudding

Turning your rolls into a rich and hearty baked dish is a great use that’s totally adaptable to your preferences and the occasion at hand. Simply cut a 12-count package into medium-size cubes and toast them (on a sheet pan, arranged in a single layer) dry them out for about 15-20 minutes at 400ଏ. This will give them a little bit of tasty caramelization and dry them out. Next, toss the toasted and cooled cubes with a mixture of eggs and some sort of cooking liquid such as cream, a dairy alternative milk, or stock (for a savory bake). Spice the mixture up with additional flavorings such as lemon zest, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, and herbs. If you are going sweet, you’re going to want to add sugar to the mix as well𠅊nd heck, you could toss in some chocolate chips or berries while you’re at it.


6 Smart Ways to Use King&rsquos Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

Because they're so much more than your token dinner rolls.

I’ve already expressed my deep adoration for King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls as my family’s dinner roll of choice for just about any and every gathering. So when IHOP recently announced their partnership with the iconic brand to introduce a limited time special, Hawaiian roll French toast, I was beyond ecstatic. The news gave me a jolt of energy and I bolted to the kitchen to make a copycat version to enjoy at home. After scarfing down the delightful breakfast treat, I fell into a brainstorming session for all of the possibilities these delicately sweet, fluffy rolls have to offer. I seriously wish I𠆝 bought a bigger pack of the rolls to test a few ideas out right then and there. But now, at least this gives me validation to go buy an excessive amount of King’s Hawaiian bread.

If you are anywhere near as fond of these rolls as I am, I know you’ll be onboard with the following ways to incorporate them into sweet and savory dishes. So the next time you find yourself instinctually reaching for the signature orange package on a grocery run, here are a few easy ways to use your King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, beyond simply slathering them with butter.

Sweet or Savory Bread Pudding

Turning your rolls into a rich and hearty baked dish is a great use that’s totally adaptable to your preferences and the occasion at hand. Simply cut a 12-count package into medium-size cubes and toast them (on a sheet pan, arranged in a single layer) dry them out for about 15-20 minutes at 400ଏ. This will give them a little bit of tasty caramelization and dry them out. Next, toss the toasted and cooled cubes with a mixture of eggs and some sort of cooking liquid such as cream, a dairy alternative milk, or stock (for a savory bake). Spice the mixture up with additional flavorings such as lemon zest, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, and herbs. If you are going sweet, you’re going to want to add sugar to the mix as well𠅊nd heck, you could toss in some chocolate chips or berries while you’re at it.


6 Smart Ways to Use King&rsquos Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

Because they're so much more than your token dinner rolls.

I’ve already expressed my deep adoration for King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls as my family’s dinner roll of choice for just about any and every gathering. So when IHOP recently announced their partnership with the iconic brand to introduce a limited time special, Hawaiian roll French toast, I was beyond ecstatic. The news gave me a jolt of energy and I bolted to the kitchen to make a copycat version to enjoy at home. After scarfing down the delightful breakfast treat, I fell into a brainstorming session for all of the possibilities these delicately sweet, fluffy rolls have to offer. I seriously wish I𠆝 bought a bigger pack of the rolls to test a few ideas out right then and there. But now, at least this gives me validation to go buy an excessive amount of King’s Hawaiian bread.

If you are anywhere near as fond of these rolls as I am, I know you’ll be onboard with the following ways to incorporate them into sweet and savory dishes. So the next time you find yourself instinctually reaching for the signature orange package on a grocery run, here are a few easy ways to use your King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, beyond simply slathering them with butter.

Sweet or Savory Bread Pudding

Turning your rolls into a rich and hearty baked dish is a great use that’s totally adaptable to your preferences and the occasion at hand. Simply cut a 12-count package into medium-size cubes and toast them (on a sheet pan, arranged in a single layer) dry them out for about 15-20 minutes at 400ଏ. This will give them a little bit of tasty caramelization and dry them out. Next, toss the toasted and cooled cubes with a mixture of eggs and some sort of cooking liquid such as cream, a dairy alternative milk, or stock (for a savory bake). Spice the mixture up with additional flavorings such as lemon zest, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, and herbs. If you are going sweet, you’re going to want to add sugar to the mix as well𠅊nd heck, you could toss in some chocolate chips or berries while you’re at it.


6 Smart Ways to Use King&rsquos Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

Because they're so much more than your token dinner rolls.

I’ve already expressed my deep adoration for King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls as my family’s dinner roll of choice for just about any and every gathering. So when IHOP recently announced their partnership with the iconic brand to introduce a limited time special, Hawaiian roll French toast, I was beyond ecstatic. The news gave me a jolt of energy and I bolted to the kitchen to make a copycat version to enjoy at home. After scarfing down the delightful breakfast treat, I fell into a brainstorming session for all of the possibilities these delicately sweet, fluffy rolls have to offer. I seriously wish I𠆝 bought a bigger pack of the rolls to test a few ideas out right then and there. But now, at least this gives me validation to go buy an excessive amount of King’s Hawaiian bread.

If you are anywhere near as fond of these rolls as I am, I know you’ll be onboard with the following ways to incorporate them into sweet and savory dishes. So the next time you find yourself instinctually reaching for the signature orange package on a grocery run, here are a few easy ways to use your King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, beyond simply slathering them with butter.

Sweet or Savory Bread Pudding

Turning your rolls into a rich and hearty baked dish is a great use that’s totally adaptable to your preferences and the occasion at hand. Simply cut a 12-count package into medium-size cubes and toast them (on a sheet pan, arranged in a single layer) dry them out for about 15-20 minutes at 400ଏ. This will give them a little bit of tasty caramelization and dry them out. Next, toss the toasted and cooled cubes with a mixture of eggs and some sort of cooking liquid such as cream, a dairy alternative milk, or stock (for a savory bake). Spice the mixture up with additional flavorings such as lemon zest, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, and herbs. If you are going sweet, you’re going to want to add sugar to the mix as well𠅊nd heck, you could toss in some chocolate chips or berries while you’re at it.


6 Smart Ways to Use King&rsquos Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

Because they're so much more than your token dinner rolls.

I’ve already expressed my deep adoration for King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls as my family’s dinner roll of choice for just about any and every gathering. So when IHOP recently announced their partnership with the iconic brand to introduce a limited time special, Hawaiian roll French toast, I was beyond ecstatic. The news gave me a jolt of energy and I bolted to the kitchen to make a copycat version to enjoy at home. After scarfing down the delightful breakfast treat, I fell into a brainstorming session for all of the possibilities these delicately sweet, fluffy rolls have to offer. I seriously wish I𠆝 bought a bigger pack of the rolls to test a few ideas out right then and there. But now, at least this gives me validation to go buy an excessive amount of King’s Hawaiian bread.

If you are anywhere near as fond of these rolls as I am, I know you’ll be onboard with the following ways to incorporate them into sweet and savory dishes. So the next time you find yourself instinctually reaching for the signature orange package on a grocery run, here are a few easy ways to use your King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, beyond simply slathering them with butter.

Sweet or Savory Bread Pudding

Turning your rolls into a rich and hearty baked dish is a great use that’s totally adaptable to your preferences and the occasion at hand. Simply cut a 12-count package into medium-size cubes and toast them (on a sheet pan, arranged in a single layer) dry them out for about 15-20 minutes at 400ଏ. This will give them a little bit of tasty caramelization and dry them out. Next, toss the toasted and cooled cubes with a mixture of eggs and some sort of cooking liquid such as cream, a dairy alternative milk, or stock (for a savory bake). Spice the mixture up with additional flavorings such as lemon zest, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, and herbs. If you are going sweet, you’re going to want to add sugar to the mix as well𠅊nd heck, you could toss in some chocolate chips or berries while you’re at it.


6 Smart Ways to Use King&rsquos Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

Because they're so much more than your token dinner rolls.

I’ve already expressed my deep adoration for King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls as my family’s dinner roll of choice for just about any and every gathering. So when IHOP recently announced their partnership with the iconic brand to introduce a limited time special, Hawaiian roll French toast, I was beyond ecstatic. The news gave me a jolt of energy and I bolted to the kitchen to make a copycat version to enjoy at home. After scarfing down the delightful breakfast treat, I fell into a brainstorming session for all of the possibilities these delicately sweet, fluffy rolls have to offer. I seriously wish I𠆝 bought a bigger pack of the rolls to test a few ideas out right then and there. But now, at least this gives me validation to go buy an excessive amount of King’s Hawaiian bread.

If you are anywhere near as fond of these rolls as I am, I know you’ll be onboard with the following ways to incorporate them into sweet and savory dishes. So the next time you find yourself instinctually reaching for the signature orange package on a grocery run, here are a few easy ways to use your King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, beyond simply slathering them with butter.

Sweet or Savory Bread Pudding

Turning your rolls into a rich and hearty baked dish is a great use that’s totally adaptable to your preferences and the occasion at hand. Simply cut a 12-count package into medium-size cubes and toast them (on a sheet pan, arranged in a single layer) dry them out for about 15-20 minutes at 400ଏ. This will give them a little bit of tasty caramelization and dry them out. Next, toss the toasted and cooled cubes with a mixture of eggs and some sort of cooking liquid such as cream, a dairy alternative milk, or stock (for a savory bake). Spice the mixture up with additional flavorings such as lemon zest, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, and herbs. If you are going sweet, you’re going to want to add sugar to the mix as well𠅊nd heck, you could toss in some chocolate chips or berries while you’re at it.


6 Smart Ways to Use King&rsquos Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

Because they're so much more than your token dinner rolls.

I’ve already expressed my deep adoration for King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls as my family’s dinner roll of choice for just about any and every gathering. So when IHOP recently announced their partnership with the iconic brand to introduce a limited time special, Hawaiian roll French toast, I was beyond ecstatic. The news gave me a jolt of energy and I bolted to the kitchen to make a copycat version to enjoy at home. After scarfing down the delightful breakfast treat, I fell into a brainstorming session for all of the possibilities these delicately sweet, fluffy rolls have to offer. I seriously wish I𠆝 bought a bigger pack of the rolls to test a few ideas out right then and there. But now, at least this gives me validation to go buy an excessive amount of King’s Hawaiian bread.

If you are anywhere near as fond of these rolls as I am, I know you’ll be onboard with the following ways to incorporate them into sweet and savory dishes. So the next time you find yourself instinctually reaching for the signature orange package on a grocery run, here are a few easy ways to use your King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, beyond simply slathering them with butter.

Sweet or Savory Bread Pudding

Turning your rolls into a rich and hearty baked dish is a great use that’s totally adaptable to your preferences and the occasion at hand. Simply cut a 12-count package into medium-size cubes and toast them (on a sheet pan, arranged in a single layer) dry them out for about 15-20 minutes at 400ଏ. This will give them a little bit of tasty caramelization and dry them out. Next, toss the toasted and cooled cubes with a mixture of eggs and some sort of cooking liquid such as cream, a dairy alternative milk, or stock (for a savory bake). Spice the mixture up with additional flavorings such as lemon zest, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, and herbs. If you are going sweet, you’re going to want to add sugar to the mix as well𠅊nd heck, you could toss in some chocolate chips or berries while you’re at it.


6 Smart Ways to Use King&rsquos Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

Because they're so much more than your token dinner rolls.

I’ve already expressed my deep adoration for King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls as my family’s dinner roll of choice for just about any and every gathering. So when IHOP recently announced their partnership with the iconic brand to introduce a limited time special, Hawaiian roll French toast, I was beyond ecstatic. The news gave me a jolt of energy and I bolted to the kitchen to make a copycat version to enjoy at home. After scarfing down the delightful breakfast treat, I fell into a brainstorming session for all of the possibilities these delicately sweet, fluffy rolls have to offer. I seriously wish I𠆝 bought a bigger pack of the rolls to test a few ideas out right then and there. But now, at least this gives me validation to go buy an excessive amount of King’s Hawaiian bread.

If you are anywhere near as fond of these rolls as I am, I know you’ll be onboard with the following ways to incorporate them into sweet and savory dishes. So the next time you find yourself instinctually reaching for the signature orange package on a grocery run, here are a few easy ways to use your King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, beyond simply slathering them with butter.

Sweet or Savory Bread Pudding

Turning your rolls into a rich and hearty baked dish is a great use that’s totally adaptable to your preferences and the occasion at hand. Simply cut a 12-count package into medium-size cubes and toast them (on a sheet pan, arranged in a single layer) dry them out for about 15-20 minutes at 400ଏ. This will give them a little bit of tasty caramelization and dry them out. Next, toss the toasted and cooled cubes with a mixture of eggs and some sort of cooking liquid such as cream, a dairy alternative milk, or stock (for a savory bake). Spice the mixture up with additional flavorings such as lemon zest, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, and herbs. If you are going sweet, you’re going to want to add sugar to the mix as well𠅊nd heck, you could toss in some chocolate chips or berries while you’re at it.


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