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Known as the "poor man's pudding", Bread Pudding can be traced as far back as ancient Rome and Egypt where budget-conscious cooks looked for ways to put leftover bread to good use rather than letting it go to waste. Today, Bread Pudding is often made using raisins or pecans and topped with a sweet Rum or Bourbon sauce. It has gained a reputation for being a true comfort food and is often a featured dessert item in many of New Orleans most famous restaurants.  Since 1972, Mam Papaul's has created dinner and dessert mixes to bring New Orleans flavor nationwide.

As an alternative to the more traditional raisins or pecans try one or combination of the variations noted below to jazz up your Mam Papaul's Bread Pudding with Rum Sauce.
Mam Papaul’s Bread Pudding with Rum Sauce - Aunt Sally’s Pralines
Mam Papaul’s Bread Pudding with Rum Sauce Sale price$ 8.99