Sponge puddings

Tuck into a simple but inviting sponge pudding - we have classic recipes as well as some new twists.

16 recipes



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233 reviews

A very simple microwave sponge pudding in less than 15 minutes with a texture between a sponge and a steamed pudding. Flavour it by adding raspberry jam, treacle or golden syrup to the bottom of the final bowl. Serve hot with custard.

Recipe by: BUTTERCUP8

10 reviews

A lovely, warming banana sponge pudding with warm toffee sauce. I ask about for new cake recipes and this was one my gran thought I deserved to have. It's turned upside down when removed from the oven. It is delicious served with cream or custard.

Recipe by: joshscrivener

17 reviews

This is an old family recipe that originates from Yorkshire.

Recipe by: Tricia Scoffield

8 reviews

This is a perfect pudding recipe when you want a fix for your sweet tooth and simply can't wait. A delicately spiced banana sponge pudding that's quick to make and even quicker to eat!

Recipe by: chimpchef

4 reviews

This is my first recipe that I've posted. As the title suggests. Its an apple and sultana sponge pudding. A bit on the lines of an eves pudding. It's quick, easy and beautiful served with custard, cream or ice cream. Or just enjoy on its own. Your choice.

Recipe by: shaun89

3 reviews

This is a very easy basic recipe that takes 15 minutes from finding the ingredients to dishing up. The washing up is minimal too.

Recipe by: Onion

5 reviews

This all-in-one sponge pudding made with canned plums makes a comforting storecupboard dessert for a cold, gloomy day.

Recipe by: Maggie Pannell

2 reviews

Made with any flavour jam you have to hand, this is a simple and heart-warming steamed pudding that is always a favourite.

Recipe by: Maryb

1 review

A simple chocolate sponge pudding, steamed to perfection. Serve with cream, chocolate sauce or chocolate custard.

Recipe by: AnnieP

1 review

This very simple and quick to prepare jam pudding can be used with any flavour jam that you prefer or have too much of!

Recipe by: Quainton W.I.

1 / 2

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