Sticky Toffee Pudding

Sticky Toffee Pudding

Sticky Toffee Pudding
Sticky Toffee Pudding

"Let’s face it: it starts its life as a date cake. Easy to make, nice and slightly gooey, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with baking it, leaving it dry and eating a slice or two cold. It keeps well and even makes perfectly decent breakfast when you fancy it sweet. But it’s transformed when made into a pudding – the ultimately comforting old fashioned British dessert. Cut into squares and warm it up. Heat up the sauce. Drown the warm cake in the sauce. Lob a dollop of cream/vanilla ice cream on top and devour in bliss."

NotesClassic British dessert, sticky and gooey date cake served warm with toffee sauce.

Yields16 portions

Preparation Time30 min

Cooking Time40 min

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Oh this sounds melt in your mouth good. Can I use a different nut for the topping? We have a tree nut allergy in our house. I think sticky toffee is the best way to have breakfast in the morning. A strong cup of coffee and a sticky bun. Now you can have that flavor all day or night long with a toffee pudding that tastes like the roll. What a fun idea.

So delicious that I could happily have carried on eating this Simple Sticky Toffee Pudding until there was absolutely none left! :)) We had no pistachios to used only chopped walnuts but it was still so goooood!! Ok so it takes a while to make - what with first having to make the date cake - but believe me when I say it is doubly worth every single minute!

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