Udi’s Gluten Free Savory Bread Pudding and a Giveaway

Today we are talking about Udi’s Gluten Free Products. I was sent a huge variety of their wonderful products to try and to cook with. You can also be as lucky as me, as I have a giveaway for you too!!

It used to be so difficult to be completely gluten free, it meant making all of your bread products and so many of them don’t turn out, they are too dry or tasteless. Udi’s is changing that for so many that are Celiac or gluten intolerant or just want to reduce the amount of gluten they are consuming. 8 in 10 Canadians who reduce or cut gluten claim they feel healthier, happier and more energetic.

About Udi’s

Udi’s Healthy Foods LLC (Udi’s) is a leader in the fast growing market for gluten-free foods in North America. Udi’s markets a diversified and growing range of gluten-free products under the well-recognized Udi’s Gluten Free Foods brand in the retail market, and since mid-2011, food service channels. Udi’s Gluten Free Foods is a leading brand in gluten-free bread and bakery products. In addition, Udi’s markets other gluten-free products in the frozen pizza and granola categories.

They have a wide range of products from muffins (my fav) to cinnamon buns, breads, hot dog buns, hamburg buns, tortillas and more. I had to try to think up a recipe. Right away my brain went to a savory bread pudding. Something you could serve at Thanksgiving with the traditional trimmings or with a roast beef and all the fixins. I was concerned that the bread would turn out mushy without the gluten but it was absolutely fabulous. I used Udi’s hamburg buns for this recipe and they were perfect. The pudding was crunchy, crispy and delicious on the top with a smoother, savory under crust. The mix of veggies and cheese grouped so lovely together enhancing the entire dish.

The dish is cheerful looking on any Thanksgiving, Christmas or holiday table

Gluten Free Savory Bread Pudding (Small)

I love placing fresh tomatoes on top of a casserole, not only is it delicious but also so pretty.

Gluten Free Savory Bread Pudding (2) (Small)

As you can see this bread pudding was devoured!!! You would never even know this dish is gluten free!!

5.0 from 2 reviews
Udi's Gluten Free Savory Bread Pudding and a Giveaway
Recipe type: Side Dish
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Serves: 8-12
A delicious gluten free bread pudding!!
  • 4 Udi's Hamburg buns, cubed
  • Cooking spray
  • 2 Tbsp. olive oil
  • 4 oz. cremini mushrooms, thickly sliced
  • ½ onion, diced
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • ½ green pepper, diced
  • ½ tsp. each oregano, basil and thyme
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 cup provolone, small cubes
  • 6 eggs, beaten
  • 1 cup milk
  • ½ cup Parmesan, grated
  • Parsley for garnish
  • 12 grape tomatoes, halved
  1. Preheat oven to 375F. Place cubed hamburg buns on a rimmed baking sheet and toast lightly in the oven for 8-10 min., watch carefully. Remove to a large bowl.
  2. Spray a 9 x 13" baking dish with cooking spray and set aside.
  3. In a large skillet heat oil over medium high heat. Saute onion, garlic, green pepper and mushrooms for 1 min. Add in oregano, basil, thyme, salt and pepper to taste. Continue to saute until the veggies are tender.
  4. Toss the veggies with the bread and add the provolone. Adjust seasoning with salt and pepper.
  5. In a small bowl whisk the eggs with the milk. Pour over the bread mixture and fold to incorporate. Pour into the prepared dish. Sprinkle the top with Parmesan and bake for 35-45 min. or until browned on top and the pudding has set. You may need to foil in the last 10 min. if it is browning too quickly. Remove from oven and let sit for a minute or two to cool slightly. Top with tomatoes and parsley. Cut into squares to serve.



Now for the fun part, our giveaway!! The winner will receive a $150 Gluten Free Prize Pack from Udi’s!! You will love it, just like I did!! Sorry the contest is only open to Canada.

Udi (Small)

It is easy, all you have to do is leave a comment on why you have or would like to reduce the gluten in your diet. That’s it, that easy!!

Contest is open until October 29th, when I will have a second recipe with more of Udi’s wonderful product. ENJOY!!





  1. Marie Aitken says

    My daughter was having a lot of stomach problems and she switched to a gluten free and lactose free diet and her stomach problems have magically disappeared. I’m just trying to follow her lead to see if I feel better as well.

  2. says

    I actually have wicked IBS and am gluten intolerant. I don’t watch as close as I should, more because GF products are pricey where I live. So winning this would be fabulous. Great recipe and great giveaway. *crossing fingers*

  3. says

    I had stomach problems for a couple years and since going gluten free I had had no problems. Gluten free eating can be a challenge at times, but the results are worth it and luckily with the internet now a days, tons of fabulous recipes are right at our finger tips! Even my skin has improved.

  4. Jill says

    I’m always game to try new gluten-free products. Being full-on diagnosed celiac, I must be very careful what goes into my mouth. Sometimes it’s nice just to have something in the freezer for those days when I’ve run out of my homemade bread and don’t have time to make more.

  5. Cheyenne MacPhail says

    I’ve never actually tried any product that is “gluten free” so I’m curious to what it tastes like . Also I know people that say they feel much better by eliminating gluten from their diet, I would like to try it !

  6. melissa says

    because my doctor tells me i have to! it’s been tough but with Udi products, it would make it a little easier.

  7. Michael Pozzobon says

    A close friend of mine has celiac disease, and she always has a really hard time around Thanksgiving and Christmas because of all the breads, sweets and prolific presence of all things gluten. This would be such a wonderful surprise for her – she has yet to find a gluten-free product line that she really loves, but I’ve heard great things about Udi’s and she’s never tried it!

    Thanks for the great recipe as well, it looks delicious and I’m definitely planning to try it out! Keep up the great work.

  8. Marcy House says

    Udi’s is the best! Being Celiac for 5 years I know my gluten free products, and Udi’s is my go to brand. Hamburger and hotdog buns are always on hand in the freezer, and the bread in the fridge. The pizza kits are the best and come with sauce for an easy dinner. Udi’s goes in my suitcase when I have to travel. It is my go to brand!

  9. Pam R. says

    I would like to try reducing our family’s gluten intake because we all seem to have digestion issues, and I would like to see if going gluten-free would help

  10. Karen says

    Great idea to decrease gluten in the diet to feel better generally. Your recipe looks amazing and so do the Udi’s products!

  11. Maggie Wallace says

    This dish looks so yummy! I have heard and read numerous times that limiting the gluten in your diet is best for your overall health. I would love to give this a try, plus Udi’s is delicious!

  12. Margaret Kramer says

    Was diagnosed w/Celiac in 2007 after being very sick many years. Udi’s Breads & Buns are the best GF there is! And now, Wow, they have soft tortilla wraps! Had my first wrap last night w/chicken & avocado and it was really, really good! Awesome products & the only ones I use in my strict GF diet. Thank you Udi’s. ..

  13. alisa says

    i would like to reduce gluten in my diet so i can see if it improves my health symptoms since gluten has been linked to a lot of diseases and not just celiacs

  14. Diana G says

    I have been gluten free for 12 years because I am gluten intolerant. My health improved a great deal after I went gluten free. I would love to win this! I love Udi’s!

  15. Debra Lee says

    I have a wheat allergy and severe arthritis. Being gluten free helps with all the inflammation!

  16. Tiffany says

    I went gluten free on the advice of one if my specialists – even though the academic research is spotty, in his practice he noticed a significant improvement in patients with my autoimmune disease and other conditions. I have to agree with him after doing the initial trial a few years ago, i have made major strides in my overall health and well being. Physicians need to advocate using food first for prescriptions and then pharmaceuticals!

  17. Karie Schneck says

    I understand people do have an actual gluten allergy. How does it benefit those that don’t? Just curious.

    • says

      If you have bloating or other issues from too much gluten it could also help. Many people are trying it to see if they feel healthier. For me this is not an issue but their products are sure great!!!

  18. Jen says

    I see Udi’s products at the store and keep thinking maybe eliminating gluten will give me more energy. I try to avoid eating too much wheat so maybe when I do eat it I could try Udi’s instead of regular bread.

  19. Cheryl Voelk says

    I think a gluten free diet is a healthy choice! There are so many people today having stomach issues. I don’t have these problems, but eliminating gluten would sure help with weight issues.

  20. kelly mcgrew says

    I would like to reduce the gluten just to see if I feel any different or it helps me feel less run-down. thanks!

  21. Janet says

    I haven’t tried these products but have heard from friends that they are delicious and do not lack any flavour.