A little slice of heaven. A small square of this sticky toffee pudding, drizzled with butterscotch sauce is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
So rich, so delish. Just boil, mix and bake your way to this classic cake, then pour over your homemade topping.
Brown sugar adds a rich caramel flavour to the creamy frosting. Scattered with pistachios and served with roasted pears, this cake is perfect for autumn.
Now that you've mastered how to make a sticky date cake with butterscotch sauce. You can use the same recipe to make individual sticky date puddings.
With tea infused into both the slice and the sauce, this bake is set to become your latest and greatest party piece.
Adding chunks of Caramilk to the batter will give you oozy yum as you dig into this sensational pud, while the sugar-and-spice nuts add seasonal crunch. So good!
Is there a better way to enjoy individual sticky date puddings than in a ramekin? Yes, there sure is – by using a doughnut tin!
Individual portions add a little sophisticated touch to this comfort-food classic. Add a drizzle of sauce and voila! Dessert is served.
How do you top a sticky date pudding? You combine it with a pear cake and slather the whole lot with a gooey homemade butterscotch sauce. This beauty will become your most in-demand dessert in no time.
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Don't say you don't have time to make dessert! Most of this one is already in your pantry – and it's easy enough for anyone in the family to whip up!
It's the perfect after dinner dessert. Trust us when we say you won’t mind using a few drams of precious single malt in these wee sweet morsels.
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