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This baked rhubarb pudding has a lovely bottom layer of sticky rhubarb, topped with an ever so moist sponge. The topping is what makes this baked pudding a little different, but it's essential to achieve the lovely stickiness! Top with half a teaspoon of ground cinnamon for a nice aromatic touch, and serve with custard or cream.
I've read that melt in the middle chocolate cakes are difficult to get right, but this one has never failed for me! It's so easy to make - you will have most of the ingredients in the cupboard already! Serve with cream or ice cream.
This is a family favourite. The top is light and fluffy, almost like a soufflé, while the bottom is a delectable lemony sauce. I like it served chilled.
This is a recipe from my mum. This is a cake with a lovely running chocolate sauce to go with it!
This is my homemade slow cooker recipe for rice pudding. It's lovely and creamy, low fat too. You wouldn't know it's make with skimmed milk. You can make it with any milk. My slow cooker is 1.5 litres. I find this serves 4 in these little glass bowls. It takes just under 4 hours on high to cook. It's delicious hot or cold. I hope you enjoy making this.
This is an easy recipe for a classic British pudding.
This is a delicious and super sweet sticky pudding. It's very important to finely chop the dates before soaking to obtain a smooth consistency. This recipe is for a 20 cm (8in) round tin.
This is my own recipe I have developed after researching many others. This bakery style pudding is delicious.
A local restaurant served a version of this recipe. I went crazy over it and decided to create my own. It's great served warm or cold.
Easy, good way to use up those bits and pieces that seem to lie around the larder and end up in the bin. Save a fortune and make this tasty filling pudding. Use whatever you like - dried apricots, dates, prunes, sultanas, raisins, currants - the list is endless...