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Bread Pudding Baked Alaska

Bread Pudding Baked Alaska

A dessert that is sure to wow your guests

Courtesy of DB's Tavern

Baked Alaska is a traditional dessert with some flare, and this recipe puts a spin on the tried and true sweet treat. Impress your guests by making bread pudding baked Alaska, a dessert that's served at some of the best restaurants in America.

This recipe is courtesy of DB's Tavern

Ingredients

For the bread pudding mix

  • 1/2 firm Pullman loaf of brioche bread
  • 8 eggs
  • 1/2 quart cream
  • 1 quarts milk
  • 1/2 Pound sugar
  • 3 1/2 Ounces light brown sugar
  • 1/2 Tablespoon cinnamon
  • 1 Teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 Teaspoon clove
  • 1/2 Teaspoon salt
  • 1 Tablespoon vanilla extract
  • vanilla ice cream

For the Italian meringue

  • Use 1 pound of sugar for every 1/2 pound of egg whites

For the gingersnap cookie garnish

  • 4 Ounces softened butter
  • 1 Cup sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1/3 Cup molasses
  • 2 1/3 Cups all-purpose flour
  • 2 Teaspoons ginger
  • 1/2 Tablespoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 Tablespoon baking powder
  • 1 Teaspoon baking soda
  • 2/3 Teaspoons salt

For the warm chocolate sauce

  • 3 1/2 Cups water
  • 1 Cup light corn syrup
  • 1 Pound granulated sugar
  • 6 Ounces cocoa powder
  • 1 1/2 Pound semisweet chocolate
  • 4 Ounces butter

Ice cream and sponge cake and meringue, oh my! This classic confection shows up in endless forms as chefs swap between flavors of ice cream, cake, and meringues. There is a certain magic to a dessert that is baked and yet still has frozen ice cream inside. Cover yours in rum and set it alight for a Bombe Alaska.

“Alaska” was famously added to the name of this dessert by the head chef at Delmonico’s to honor the US purchase of Alaska from Russia. Celebrate the 49 th state by eating a Baked Alaska while in Alaska.


Ice cream and sponge cake and meringue, oh my! This classic confection shows up in endless forms as chefs swap between flavors of ice cream, cake, and meringues. There is a certain magic to a dessert that is baked and yet still has frozen ice cream inside. Cover yours in rum and set it alight for a Bombe Alaska.

“Alaska” was famously added to the name of this dessert by the head chef at Delmonico’s to honor the US purchase of Alaska from Russia. Celebrate the 49 th state by eating a Baked Alaska while in Alaska.


Ice cream and sponge cake and meringue, oh my! This classic confection shows up in endless forms as chefs swap between flavors of ice cream, cake, and meringues. There is a certain magic to a dessert that is baked and yet still has frozen ice cream inside. Cover yours in rum and set it alight for a Bombe Alaska.

“Alaska” was famously added to the name of this dessert by the head chef at Delmonico’s to honor the US purchase of Alaska from Russia. Celebrate the 49 th state by eating a Baked Alaska while in Alaska.


Ice cream and sponge cake and meringue, oh my! This classic confection shows up in endless forms as chefs swap between flavors of ice cream, cake, and meringues. There is a certain magic to a dessert that is baked and yet still has frozen ice cream inside. Cover yours in rum and set it alight for a Bombe Alaska.

“Alaska” was famously added to the name of this dessert by the head chef at Delmonico’s to honor the US purchase of Alaska from Russia. Celebrate the 49 th state by eating a Baked Alaska while in Alaska.


Ice cream and sponge cake and meringue, oh my! This classic confection shows up in endless forms as chefs swap between flavors of ice cream, cake, and meringues. There is a certain magic to a dessert that is baked and yet still has frozen ice cream inside. Cover yours in rum and set it alight for a Bombe Alaska.

“Alaska” was famously added to the name of this dessert by the head chef at Delmonico’s to honor the US purchase of Alaska from Russia. Celebrate the 49 th state by eating a Baked Alaska while in Alaska.


Ice cream and sponge cake and meringue, oh my! This classic confection shows up in endless forms as chefs swap between flavors of ice cream, cake, and meringues. There is a certain magic to a dessert that is baked and yet still has frozen ice cream inside. Cover yours in rum and set it alight for a Bombe Alaska.

“Alaska” was famously added to the name of this dessert by the head chef at Delmonico’s to honor the US purchase of Alaska from Russia. Celebrate the 49 th state by eating a Baked Alaska while in Alaska.


Ice cream and sponge cake and meringue, oh my! This classic confection shows up in endless forms as chefs swap between flavors of ice cream, cake, and meringues. There is a certain magic to a dessert that is baked and yet still has frozen ice cream inside. Cover yours in rum and set it alight for a Bombe Alaska.

“Alaska” was famously added to the name of this dessert by the head chef at Delmonico’s to honor the US purchase of Alaska from Russia. Celebrate the 49 th state by eating a Baked Alaska while in Alaska.


Ice cream and sponge cake and meringue, oh my! This classic confection shows up in endless forms as chefs swap between flavors of ice cream, cake, and meringues. There is a certain magic to a dessert that is baked and yet still has frozen ice cream inside. Cover yours in rum and set it alight for a Bombe Alaska.

“Alaska” was famously added to the name of this dessert by the head chef at Delmonico’s to honor the US purchase of Alaska from Russia. Celebrate the 49 th state by eating a Baked Alaska while in Alaska.


Ice cream and sponge cake and meringue, oh my! This classic confection shows up in endless forms as chefs swap between flavors of ice cream, cake, and meringues. There is a certain magic to a dessert that is baked and yet still has frozen ice cream inside. Cover yours in rum and set it alight for a Bombe Alaska.

“Alaska” was famously added to the name of this dessert by the head chef at Delmonico’s to honor the US purchase of Alaska from Russia. Celebrate the 49 th state by eating a Baked Alaska while in Alaska.


Ice cream and sponge cake and meringue, oh my! This classic confection shows up in endless forms as chefs swap between flavors of ice cream, cake, and meringues. There is a certain magic to a dessert that is baked and yet still has frozen ice cream inside. Cover yours in rum and set it alight for a Bombe Alaska.

“Alaska” was famously added to the name of this dessert by the head chef at Delmonico’s to honor the US purchase of Alaska from Russia. Celebrate the 49 th state by eating a Baked Alaska while in Alaska.