I go to hometown buffet alot and I'm not sure if this bread pudding is available in every buffet , but it's like (yes bread lol) with white sugar glaze it's hot and with a little bit of raisins & I've searched everywhere on how to make it but it seems no one knows how to or makes it differently I know that in Mexico it's called capirotada but they add different things to it & doesn't look the same I am literally obssessed with their bread pudding and I want to know how to make it me ! please ! I really hope you know what I'm talking about lol thanks :)
Obviously you can always ask them for the recipe. There are many copycat recipes including one posted on Yahoo Answers four years ago that you could've found with the search option. However an interesting one posted in a forum by someone claiming to be a former manager is as follows:
Hometown Buffet Bread Pudding
8 slices white bread, cut up
8 cinnamon rolls with glaze, cut up
1/2 cup raisins
2 cups milk
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup butter melted
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon, or more
1 teaspoon vanilla
Bread Pudding Sauce:
3/4 parts prepared vanilla pudding
1/4 part warm water
1 dash vanilla
Beat eggs and milk, stir in sugar, butter, cinnamon and vanilla.
Take a 13x9 pan and spray with Pam. Place the cinnamon rolls in a layer on
bottom of pan, add raisins, then layer the bread on top.
Next, add the base and press down until all the air bubbles have
disappeared. If any raisins are on the surface, push under bread. Place in a
325 degree oven for 45 minutes or until internal temperature is at 200
Top with 12 ounces of sauce.