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Sticky Toffee Pudding

$11.95

Our Sticky Toffee Pudding is the ultimate dessert: soft, moist, chewy pudding soaked in warm, flowing butterscotch - with enough sauce to spill over onto the plate and mix with your ice cream.

And it's made with only real food: flour, eggs, butter, brown sugar, dates, and cream. (We couldn't believe that most of the desserts we found in supermarkets are made not with butter, but with margarine!)

Also there are no numbers, thickeners, emulsifiers or artificial flavours. Only 100% real food ingredients, just like your gran and great-gran would have used.

The pudding comes in a generous 350g size, which easily gives 2-4 servings. The serving shown in the photo above is 1/4 of the pudding.

It's best heated until warm and then eaten, rather than serving it hot. Add some double cream or ice cream on the side to achieve pudding heaven.

If you manage to leave any, it's also delicious straight from the fridge.  (Just cut into slices or cubes.  Yum!)

All made by our specialist dessert and bakery chef

Main Meal - 350g - generous servings for 2-4 people

Ingredients:
Flour, eggs, butter, brown sugar, dates, double cream. baking powder, water

Heating Instructions:
This pudding come in special packaging that can be reheated in the microwave, in a steamer, or even put straight into the oven.
The best ways to heat the Sticky Pudding - in order of preference - are a) in a steamer b) in the oven c) in the microwave.
Note that this pudding is best eaten warm, not hot

FROM FROZEN
Conventional Oven (Fan-Forced)

  1. Preheat oven to 150 degrees
  2. Place in oven in container - do not remove lid, leave the film intact
  3. Heat the meal for 20-25 minutes
  4. Check temperature is to your liking, and return for another 5 minutes if you'd like it warmer
  5. CAUTION: The container will be hot when you remove it from the oven.
  6. Gently remove the pudding and serve on a plate, or in individual bowls

Steamer (or stove top double-steamer if you have one)

  1. Preheat so that steam is rising
  2. Place in steamer in container - do not remove lid, leave the film intact. Peel one or two corners away as you want any steam to escape
  3. Heat the meal for 15-20 minutes
  4. Check temperature is to your liking, and return for another 5 minutes if you'd like it warmer
  5. CAUTION: The container will be hot when you remove it from the steamer.
  6. Gently remove the pudding and serve on a plate, or in individual bowls

Microwave (Timings will depend upon the power of your individual microwave)

  1. Place the pudding in its container in the centre of the microwave - do not remove lid, leave the film intact
  2. Heat for 3-4 minutes
  3. Check temperature is to your liking, and return for another 1-2 minutes if you'd like it warmer
  4. Gently remove the pudding and serve on a plate, or in individual bowls

If reheating in the microwave after defrosting - depending on the portion size - the pudding can heat quickly, so take it slowly. A 1/4 portion can heat in 30 seconds.

General note: This dish may contain traces of seeds, gluten, eggs and dairy (as it it cooked in a kitchen where other meals are being prepared). ​
Individual ingredients - such as coconut cream/milk, tomato paste, spice mixes, sauces (fish, tabasco, etc) - may also contain their own preservatives/additives, although in small amounts in proportion to the cooked dish.