Place Honey Buns in the bottom of a lightly greased casserole. Top with Pecans, Almonds, or your choice of nuts. Fill in the spaces with day old or toasted French bread (or bread of your choice). Cut more French bread into cubes. Layer on top of the Honey Buns and Nuts.
In a mixing bowl, whisk 2 tablespoons melted butter and 1 cup sugar.
Then whisk in 3 large eggs.
Add 5 tablespoons flour and whisk.
Add 1 teaspoon vanilla and 2 cups buttermilk or regular milk. Whisk.
Pour mixture over the bread. Let the bread soak up most of the pudding mixture. If the top is not saturated, place a plate or other weight on top. This will take approximately 10-15 minutes, or it can be covered and refrigerated overnight. Top before baking with a cinnamon and sugar mixture. Set oven at 350 degrees and bake for 45 minutes or until the pudding is set and the top is a golden brown. Let it cool slightly before cutting.
I top each piece with Homemade Peach Preserves. There's a recipe for Amish Peach Jam HERE or choose any favorite jam or preserve. Add whipped topping. Then set back and enjoy the compliments with your coffee!
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Looks marvelous! Perfect time of year for bread pudding.
Oh wow...bread pudding made from honey buns? Who knew? Looks and sounds delicious!
Sounds decadent and yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe as I LOVE bread pudding...Happy Fall!
I make my bread pudding with honey buns and doughnuts too.. Yours looks yummy.. Makes me want to make some....Blessings!
Oh yum!! I didnt think I could love honey buns anymore than I already do, but I think this could top it!
Mmmm, looks so YUMMY, and I love peach jam! In fact I have some peach jam that I made. Thank you for your recipe!
I just love bread pudding :) You made my weekend more special now! Maggie
YUM! I love bread pudding Dru and this sounds like my kind of breakfast!
Bread pudding is one of my favorites. Love the idea of adding peach preserves!
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