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Peach Bread Pudding (Biscuit Bread Pudding with Peaches)

If you love the warm flavor of peaches and the rich comfort of a good bread pudding, this is the recipe for you! In this post I’m going to show you how to make my favorite Peach Bread Pudding. Best of all, it starts with canned biscuits!

Peaches are the Best! 

Here in S. Texas it’s peach season and I had a hankering for something made with peaches. That’s where the idea for this recipe came from. The idea of something peach-flavored just felt right to me. 

Unfortunately, I didn’t have any fresh peaches on hand, but—not to worry—I happened to have a can of peach pie filling. I knew it would do in a pinch. 

I’ve used a lot of pie filling in my recipes, and decided to do it again, this time in bread pudding form. But I happened to be missing a key ingredient for bread pudding. . .bread. 

What I did have, upon further examination, was biscuits. So, this original recipe was born! 

Bread Pudding. . .Out of Biscuits?

Here at Out of the Box Baking we’re all about doing things in a scaled-down way. That’s why so many of our recipes start with a box of cake mix. 

In this case, our luscious peach bread pudding starts with a simple and inexpensive ingredients – a can of Grands biscuits. 

You might ask yourself—what’s the difference? Why use biscuits instead of Brioche or French bread, like I do in my Lemon Coconut Bread Pudding or my Apple Pie Bread Pudding

Brioche is a tougher bread that provides a bit of a chew. Biscuits, on the other hand? Well, they speak of softness. Comfort. They’re perfect for things like cobbler, and this bread pudding definitely has that feel about it. 

It’s also got a great peach cobbler taste! There’s just something about the warmth of peaches that makes everything taste better! 

And that caramel sauce on top? Well, it’s the icing on the cake, as it were! 

Enough chatting! Let’s get busy making this delicious bread pudding. 

Peach Bread Pudding Ingredients

You will find a full printable recipe card at the bottom of this post. You can save it as a .pdf or print it to put in your own folder or cookbook. These are simple ingredients you might already have in your kitchen. 

For the Bread Pudding:

  • 8 large(Grands-style) biscuits (cubed and dried)
  • 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
  • 3 cups whole milk
  • 1 stick butter
  • 5 eggs, whisked
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 can of peach pie filling
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 1 cup chopped pecans (optional, not pictured)

For the Caramel Sauce

  • 1/4 cup butter , I used salted
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/4 cup light brown sugar , packed
  • 1/4 cup heavy cream
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla

How to Make Peach Bread Pudding

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 

Prepare 9×13-inch casserole dish by spraying with nonstick spray. Set aside. 

Using a sharp knife, break down the peach pie filling into smaller pieces. Set aside. 

In a small bowl, whisk five eggs. 

Bake biscuits according to directions on package. Cube and dry out for several hours or toast in the oven for about 5 – 7 minutes until crispy on the edges. 

Cool bread completely. 

In a large bowl melt butter. Once the butter is cooled, add whisked eggs, milk, vanilla, cinnamon, and sugars. Mix well. 

Add peach pie filling and set aside. 

Add cooled bread and mix well. 

Allow to soak for about half an hour. If you’re going to add pecans, this is the time to do so. Place in prepared casserole dish. 

Put in preheated 350 degree oven and bake for a full hour or until set. Remove and place on wire rack to cool. 

Make the Sauce:

Melt the butter in a small heavy saucepan. 

Add the other three ingredients and simmer for 5 – 7 minutes, stirring non-stop. 

Bring it Together:

Remove from heat and pour over the bread pudding. 

Allow to cool slightly, then serve warm. 

Store covered in refrigerator. Bread pudding will stay good up to four days. I don’t recommend freezing this dish. 

What to Expect from this Bread Pudding

If you love those warm flavors of peach cobbler, you’re going to flip over this! It’s definitely got that peach cobbler feel and taste. And it’s just as easy to make, too! 

I wasn’t sure how the biscuits would hold up. And I’ll be honest: When I saw the ratio or liquid to bread, I panicked a little. I thought, “Oops, this is too much liquid.” But, in the end, it all worked out just fine. 

Better than fine, actually. 

Other Peach Treats from Out of the Box Baking

Easy Peach Cake with Caramel Glaze: If you love the flavor of fresh peaches and caramel you will love this easy bundt cake! It comes together in minutes and starts with a box of cake mix. 

Easy Peach Cobbler with Pie Crust: If you’re in the mood for an easy, quick peach cobbler, one loaded with warmth and spice, you’ve come to the right place! This recipe comes together easily, but it doesn’t feel like a “cheat” dessert. It tastes like you slaved over the stove for hours. This is truly one of the best peach cobblers I’ve had in a while!

Other Bread Puddings from Out of the Box

We’ve got a plethora of bread puddings, guaranteed to please! 

Easy Crock Pot Bread Pudding: If you’re looking for a simple but delicious bread pudding recipe that can be made in your slow cooker, you’re in the right place! This yummy dessert will have you swooning, and it’s so simple to make!

Lemon Blueberry Bread pudding: If you love a rich, luscious bread pudding loaded with the flavors of citrus and berry, you’re going to flip over this amazing bread pudding. Keep reading to discover the simple recipe for this tasty treat. 

Delicious Cherry Bread Pudding: If you love a rich, gooey bread pudding but you’re also a fan of cherry pie, this recipe is going to make you flip! It’s a combination of both of those two things in one easy and flavorful dish! 

Banana Bread Pudding: This remarkable banana bread pudding has to be one of the most luscious, dreamy desserts I’ve ever made! And best of all, it’s one of the simplest! 

That’s it for this post, friends!

I hope you enjoyed this delicious recipe. 

If you make this recipe and love it, don’t forget to leave a review and a comment below. And while you’re at it, go ahead and pin some photos to your Pinterest boards!

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About the Author

Janice Thompson is an author, baker, and all-around mischief maker! She has overcome a host of baking catastrophes, including a toppled wedding cake, to learn more about the baking process. Janice has published over 165 books for the Christian market but particularly enjoys writing recipes and baking devotions. To learn more about Janice or to drop her a note, visit her About the Author page. 


Friday 21st of June 2024

Peach or cherry bread pudding - I can't choose. Ha! Guess I'll make both. Thank you for sharing. Looks delicious!

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