Blueberry & coconut pudding

Blueberry & coconut pudding

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(26 ratings)

Prep: 20 mins Cook: 35 mins - 40 mins

Easy

Serves 2 generously
The combination of blueberries and coconut makes this indulgent dessert incredibly moreish

Nutrition and extra info

  • Freezable

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal708
  • fat52g
  • saturates36g
  • carbs54g
  • sugars36g
  • fibre6g
  • protein9g
  • salt0.68g
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Ingredients

  • 50g caster sugar
  • 50g soft butter
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  • 1 large egg
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  • 50g self-raising flour
  • 50g desiccated coconut, plus 2 tsp
  • 50g crème fraîche, plus extra to serve
  • zest and juice 1 lemon
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  • 180g punnet of blueberries
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Method

  1. Heat oven to 180C/160C fan/gas 4. Beat the sugar and butter until pale and creamy, then beat in the egg. Stir in the flour, coconut, crème fraîche and lemon zest.

  2. Put most of the blueberries in a baking dish (about 18cm square-ish) and squeeze over the juice from half the lemon. Dollop on the cake mixture and scatter over the remaining blueberries and 2 tsp coconut. Bake for 35-40 mins until golden, risen and the sponge is cooked. Serve with a dollop more crème fraîche.

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Comments (29)

sarahjbayley's picture
3.75

Hubby thought he had died and gone to heaven! I made a dairy free version using oatly cream and Pure spread and it was great.

lais_marcolongo's picture
5

A win!! definitely! Best blueberry thing I've eaten so far.
Used yoghurt instead of crème fraîche and less blueberries, though.

scaryjane's picture
5

I made this last night using my frozen blueberies and after reading other comments I left out the lemon altogether. I also added an extra third of ingrediants so would feed three, glad I did. It was lovely......will def make again :)

shantal's picture
5

Made this for my family's Bank Holiday dinner yesterday and it was utterly scrumptious! I used a mixture of blueberries and blackberries at the base and this created a really lovely syrup-like surprise! It was so easy and quick and is now a firm family favourite! :D

lj89's picture

Brilliant. Tasty easy and everyone loves it. It is not bland, the lemon adds a nice tang and mixed with the berries it adds to the flavor.

picklenumber6's picture
1

Squeezing half a lemon into the mixture was way too much and in everyone's opinion; overpowered the pudding. It was a bit of a plain, childish dish and I won't be making it again. Good for: baking with the kids and minus the lemon. Certainly not impressive!!

jennanewyork's picture
5

So easy to make and really yummy. made twice now. goes well with a good dollop of creme fraiche

picklenumber6's picture
1

This recipe truly tastes as bland and plain as the photo above. I followed this to the letter and can't say I'll be doing it again. It just tastes of sponge as both the coconut and blueberry are not overwhelming flavours, you sort of question why you bothered adding either. Very dissapointing, 0/5.

noisysmurf's picture
5

Lovely pudding. It make enough for three of us and seconds for one! Blueberries, coconuts and lemon all together in a cake/pudding with creme fraiche; delicious. I've made this twice now and will happily make it again when blueberries are on offer.

ivorbk's picture
5

Used cream, squeezy lemon and a very bad set of scales so quantities a bit guesswork but still lovely. A very forgiving recipe.

xkitkatrulesx's picture
3

It was very tasty and I loved it the blueberries and the coconut worked brilliantly together you should try it!

susieone's picture
5

This pudding has a lovely flavour. Not the sort of thing for entertaining but I made it as written for the two of us, expecting some left over. But we ate it all. That was rather greedy. I served it with cream.

arsenal-yummy's picture
2

Found it a bit soggy on the bottom (its bottom, not mine) - the taste was good but the pudding didn't come out as I anticipated and wasn't consumed with the speed that puddings usually are in our house.

paulacw's picture
4

This is possibly the loveliest pudding I have ever had!

paulacw's picture
4

I cooked this for friends and doubled the quantities. Absolutely delicious even though I got the cooking time wrong! Will try again with pineapple I think!

christi-anna's picture
4

yes, it was a very nice and light dessert :)

jessica_mann's picture
5

easy to make and tasted great, served it with creme fraiche.

ailiejan's picture
5

What a delicious pudding, I can't fault this recipe! Made last night and have leftovers for tonight - I served with ice cream. A light baked pudding. I'd say this recipe would serve 3 people generously.

janiec17's picture

That should be winner - obviously!

janiec17's picture

This was absolutely lovely. So easy and tasty. Will make again and again! A wineer all round

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