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Best Instant Pot Bread Pudding

Instant Pot bread pudding is one of our favorite pressure cooker dessert recipes! Moist and pretty in a bundt pan it will become a favorite of yours too. 

instant pot bread pudding

Have you made Instant Pot bread pudding yet??!! It was so good!! We had it for dessert but it would be a great brunch menu item or a treat for breakfast too. It’s definitely one of our favorite Instant Pot recipes here on The Typical Mom blog. (originally published 1/19, affiliate links present)

If you’ve never “baked” in your pressure cooker it is really quite easy.

Why bake bread pudding in your Instant Pot?

  • Because it makes just enough for the 5 of us…and not too many leftovers so I don’t get myself into trouble. 😉
  • When it’s summertime I do NOT turn on the oven when it’s hot outside and I’m paying for my air conditioner to be on.
  • It makes baked goods super moist!
  • It frees up your oven for other items, perfect if you need lots of brunch menu items and they won’t all fit in your oven at the same time.

This is what I used…..

pressure cooker bread pudding

I will start by saying that I have made a lot of different bread pudding recipes and for each one I’ve used day old French bread…I didn’t do that this time.

Instead since I was making raisin bread pudding I used a loaf of raisin bread and it worked out incredibly well!

Bread Pudding Recipes

I have made this in the oven too with a fruit kick to it. You should try them all and see which you like best. If you don’t want to heat up your whole house though using your pot is a great idea.

Here’s what I did…..

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Bread Pudding in Instant Pot

  • 7″ bundt pan – this is my FAVORITE one, seen above
    • I’ve tried others and believe me it’s on my list of the best Instant Pot accessories to grab
    • use a bit of cooking spray inside so it doesn’t stick though the melted butter will help already
  • Raisin bread cubes – leave it on the counter so it’s kinda’ “day old” texture (on the dry side)
  • Eggs
  • Whipping and/or heavy cream
  • Butter
  • Vanilla
  • Cinnamon
  • Apple sauce – Seriously this pressure cooker applesauce (made without the oats) is the BEST because you can make it chunkier which makes this bread pudding so good (then eat the rest for snacks)
  • Maple syrup – real maple syrup is so much better
  • Vanilla frosting – or cream cheese frosting, if you want to drizzle some on top

I mean you don’t really need any more sweetness on top but it is awfully good. A bowl of fresh fruit is a great addition to this at the beginning of the day.

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I use my pressure cooker bundt pan pretty often so you’ll get a lot of use out of it too once you grab one, it makes it really pretty too when it’s done.

I allow it to cool quite a bit and pull away from the edges before gently flipping it over with a plate on top and let it slide out.

  • If you are too anxious to eat it right away you can but I recommend at least allowing it to sit for 10 minutes or so with the foil taken off so it can solidify and not fall apart when you take it out.

NO need for spraying the inside of this pan either because it is so well made with non stick coating that you’ll have no issues…that’s why I recommend this particular one.

Feel free to make your own frosting to drizzle on top with powdered sugar and water but I do it the busy mom way where I just warm up some vanilla frosting and pour on top…or you can omit.

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You can jump to recipe below and print it out if you like too. Get out the bundt pan and aluminum foil you’ll need to get this all set up. A bowl is handy to whisk all the liquids together.

  • Cut bread into cubes and melt your butter. Pour butter into mini bundt pan.
  • Sprinkle bread pieces into the pan on top of the butter.
  • In a bowl whisk together in a bowl your eggs, syrup, whipping cream, apple sauce, cinnamon and vanilla extract and pour this on top of your bread.
  • Cover pan with foil tightly.
  • Pour 1 1/2 cups of water into your Instant Pot inner liner and lower a trivet down in the middle. Place bundt on top of that.
  • Close your lid and steam valve and set to high pressure cook for 20 minutes. Do a natural release until all steam is released. (do not quick release or it won’t set) This will take 20 – 30 minutes
  • Remove bundt pan and take foil off.
  • Put pan on a cooling rack and allow to completely cool so egg can continue to cook and solidify inside the bundt pan.

When it is cooled carefully flip pan over on to a plate and melt frosting or serve with ice cream.

instant pot raisin bread pudding

Looking for more pressure cooker breakfast recipes??

Here are directions for raisin bread pudding in the oven too!

All of these are great Christmas brunch items or for a larger get together at your house. For those who want a healthy selection you could make a batch of Instant Pot breakfast quinoa which is over the top delicious as well.

This pressure cooker bread pudding recipe works in the Crockpot Express and Ninja Foodi too:

Crock Pot Express bread pudding

  • Follow instructions to make raisin bread pudding
  • Add into your 7″ bundt pan
  • Put on a trivet
  • Close lid and steam valve
  • Press pressure adjust button, high
  • Follow directions below for time and removal
Raisin Bread Pudding

Ninja Foodi bread pudding

  • Follow instructions to make raisin bread pudding
  • Add into your 7″ bundt pan
  • Put on a trivet
  • Close lid and steam valve
  • Turn on
  • Press pressure button, high temp
  • Follow directions below for time and removal

Instant Pot bread pudding

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Instant Pot Bread Pudding

Instant Pot bread pudding is one of our favorite pressure cooker dessert recipes! Moist and pretty in a bundt pan it will become a favorite of yours too. 
Course Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword bread pudding, breakfast, dessert, instant pot, raisin
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 8
Calories 231kcal
Author The Typical Mom

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Cut bread into cubes and melt butter. Pour butter into IP bundt pan (link for correct one, 7″ size, above this recipe card).
  • Sprinkle cubed bread pcs. into pan on top of butter.
  • Whisk together in a bowl your eggs, syrup, whipping cream, apple sauce, cinnamon and vanilla and pour this mixture on top of your bread pieces.
  • Cover bundt pan with foil.
  • Pour 1.5 c of water into your Instant Pot and lower a trivet down, place your bundt pan on top of your trivet.
  • Close your lid and steam valve and set to high pressure for 20 minutes. Do a natural release until all steam is released.
  • Remove bundt pan and take foil off.
  • Put pan on a cooling rack and allow to completely cool so egg can continue to cook and solidify inside the bundt pan.
  • When cooled carefully flip over on to a plate. Slice and spoon melted vanilla frosting on the top, or ice cream.

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Nutrition Facts
Instant Pot Bread Pudding
Amount Per Serving (3 oz)
Calories 231 Calories from Fat 117
% Daily Value*
Fat 13g20%
Saturated Fat 7g44%
Cholesterol 117mg39%
Sodium 134mg6%
Potassium 127mg4%
Carbohydrates 22g7%
Sugar 14g16%
Protein 4g8%
Vitamin A 515IU10%
Vitamin C 0.2mg0%
Calcium 57mg6%
Iron 0.8mg4%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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Patty

Wednesday 13th of November 2019

You only use 4 slices of bread? Just wanted to make sure before I make it.

Kathy Harris

Wednesday 30th of October 2019

Do you let the pressure drop naturally or manually release it?

Laura

Friday 1st of February 2019

How clever! I never thought to bake a bundt cake (or bread pudding) in the instant pot before!

The Typical Mom

Saturday 2nd of February 2019

Came out so moist.

Laura

Friday 1st of February 2019

How very clever! I never thought of making a bundt cake (or bread pudding) in the intantpot before!

Samantha Dawn

Friday 1st of February 2019

Love the idea of a moist bread pudding in one easy IP recipe!

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