Once considered a "poor man's food" made out of yesterday's bread, bread pudding is now considered to be a rich and delicious treat! Enjoy this Southern take on an old school favorite.
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1 Start in a large mixing bowl with the egg yolks. Start to beat with a whisk and then add in white sugar and continue to beat. Next add in 2 quarts cream and continue to beat the mixture. Make sure it is thoroughly combined and smooth. Add in vanilla extract, raisins, pecans, nutmeg and cinnamon. Mix once more.
2 Cube the french bread and then put it in the egg mixture. Make sure all of the bread is soaking in the mixture and let it sit for about 20 minutes. Now in a large greased baking dish add the mixture. Top with white chocolate chips and bake at 325 F for 45 minutes.
3 In a sauce pan, heat 1 quart heavy cream and brown sugar over medium-low heat. Add in butter and cook until everything has melted together. Finish with whisky.
4 Pour sauce over bread pudding fresh out the oven. Let cool for at least 20 minutes before serving.