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This is a South African baked pudding and still my favourite. It's served warm from the oven with a vanilla custard-style sauce or you can have it with ice cream.
An old favourite is given a new twist! The brioche gives it a lovely rich flavour, but this recipe also works well with soft-baked batch bread.
This recipe is a lovely alternative to the standard sponge trifle at Christmas. It is an attractive layered dessert. This recipe uses a shop-bought Christmas pudding and a tub of premium custard. Christmas cake works well too but it is not as moist.
This is a warm, rich, silky, but very traditional pudding, perfect with vanilla ice cream on a cold winter night. Try it it's almost guaranteed not to fail, and if you have kids they will enjoy the way the sauce slowly creeps to the bottom during cooking!
Very easy to make great with a scoop of your favourite ice cream.
This is a common recipe in Malta which is usually done with leftover bread. The exact ingredients vary from family to family! Various fruit and nuts may be added depending on one's taste.
This is one of those recipes that mum always made and everybody loved. I've made this so many times and everybody loves it. It's easy to make and even easier to eat!
The most decadent moist sticky toffee pudding. There is a gorgeous sticky toffee glaze poured over the cake after baking and then returned to the oven for a grill to set the glaze. Cream is then poured over the top of each slice before serving. I don't consider dessert to even count if it isn't chocolate... but this one? Who NEEDS chocolate after this is tried!!
Dates give this old favourite its delicious toffee texture while keeping the fat content down.
This dessert has all the rich stickiness of a traditional gingerbread pudding.
This is a fairly basic Christmas plum pudding recipe but unlike other recipes it can actually have plums in it. Unfortunately the ingredient list is so long it isn't easy to make it in less than industrial quantities! This could prove fortunate, however, as they make great food gifts. You can substitute a mixture of fresh and dried apricots of peaches for the plums if you wish.
This is my family's favourite at Christmas. I hope you enjoy it.
This is a very flavourful Indian-style rice pudding. It's the best rice pudding I've ever had, and very easy to make!
I received this recipe about 40 years ago from a friend who said it had been in her family for generations. It comes out wonderfully moist and flavourful. I have given it as Christmas gifts many times and it's always very well received.
Classic bread pudding is great by itself, but this one is enhanced with walnuts and the tart flavour of fresh rhubarb.
Use canned rice pudding and a little demerara sugar for an easy special treat.
Add cardamom, rosewater, nuts and sulatanas to canned rice pudding for a more updated, international version of a classic dessert.
I first made this in my A-level Home Economics class - sometimes I get a craving to make it again. Usually in the summer! It's a very smooth solid dessert. I like to make it in individual ramekins and serve with fresh raspberries and cream. I buy the seaweed in a health shop in Donegal.
A real treat from the good old WRI! This is possibly the world's easiest recipe but produces a result that is definitely not one for the faint-hearted! This recipe uses cocoa powder but for a less rich version you can replace it with drinking chocolate powder. The more you use, the more intense the chocolatey flavour!
A traditional bread and butter pudding that puffs up and cooks to the perfect consistency. I've named the recipe my mothers favourite as she adores this dessert and always finishes it off in one day.