Cinnamon Roll Bread Pudding — 20 Comments

    • Hi Donna,
      They are already baked from the bakery. I had the bakery put the frosting in a separate container to add after baking the bread pudding. 🙂

      • Thank you for getting back to me….glad I asked. Was going to make it with uncooked rolls. Can’t wait to make! Will let you know 🙂

  1. Just to be sure; is the baking time and temperature correct? Baking for 1 hour 40 mins at 400 degrees? That seems like a lot of time, especially at such a high temperature. They look great amazing though!

    • Hi Michelle, Yes the time and temperature is correct. Did you notice the size of the pan? It’s the size of a roasting pan so it’s a really big bread pudding. Enough to feed a crowd. If you were to down size the recipe I would recommend changing the bake time.

  2. OMG this cinnamon roll bread pudding look delicious!! All that yummy glaze running down the sides – drooling & pinning. Great for entertaining and brunch gatherings!

  3. im almost too embarrassed to ask the question, but here goes. Am I going to have a total of six gigantic (14oz) each cinnamon rolls to start with. .? My daughter volunteered me to make at least 50 servings of bread pudding. After reviewing about 100,recipies, your Cinnamon Bread Pudding sounds the Best. TY for the recipe and your answer, in advance.

  4. Do you have a recipe for left over cinnamon rolls that are already frosted . I work at a restaurant and have been saving my left over cinnamon rolls trying to find a good recipe for bread pudding

    • Hi Cathy, I don’t have a recipe without the frosting. Could you scrap off most of it and save it as a drizzle after it was baked?

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