Servings: eight to ten.
I love the combination of dark chocolate custard, vanilla custard, and light, rich, challah bread in this pudding. If you can’t find challah, use brioche or Portuguese bread. If you like, drizzle each serving with some warm Whisky Sauce.
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I've made this many times. It is AMAZING! I just came to the web site to copy the recipe for a friend who requested it this weekend. Her husband said it was one of the best desserts he'd ever had. I'd have to agree. I couldn't believe no one had rated it before.
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