Quick sticky toffee puddings

Quick sticky toffee puddings

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Cooking time

Prep: 5 mins Cook: 10 mins

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 4

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Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition info

Nutrition per serving

kcalories
555
protein
5g
carbs
59g
fat
35g
saturates
20g
fibre
1g
sugar
42g
salt
0.66g

Ingredients

  • 4 large chocolate muffins, crumbled
  • 50g large sultanas
  • small knob of butter, for greasing

For the sauce

  • 50g light muscovado sugar
  • 50g butter
  • 75ml double cream
  • vanilla ice cream, to serve

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Method

  1. Heat oven to 200C/180C fan/gas 6. Mix the muffins with the sultanas. Divide between 4 buttered ramekins or one baking dish. Cover with foil and bake for 8 mins until just warmed through.
  2. Meanwhile, place the sugar, butter and cream in a small pan and gently heat together, stirring until the sugar dissolves. Pour the sauce over the muffin mixture and serve warm with ice cream.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, September 2010

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emswackrow's picture
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Great idea - so quick. I used dates instead of raisins and just 2 muffins between 3 of us and it was plenty. Really good quick pudding.

Ben Nunes's picture

Lovely, easy, quick.
That is this recipe summed up.

Timmy's picture

Brilliant recipe. So quick to make and delicious. I did this for three people and we had it two nights running so plenty for 4. I loved the banana version. Will certainly do this again.

Kate44's picture
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It was the excellent reviews that persuaded me to try this - and I am so pleased I did! Great little cheat which tasted amazing. I followed the advice to soak the sultanas in sherry which made them taste delicious - highly recommended!

itsamee's picture
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What a fantastic cheat, I made this for four but used 3 chocolate muffins, soaked chopped dates in dry sherry overnight and served with a very good vanilla ice cream. Lots of lovely comments on my cooking skills!! if only they knew ssshh

twheble's picture
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What a simple but delicious desert! I used 4 choc chip muffins and skipped the sultanas. It easily made 5 although everyone said next time make more of the yummy sauce!

vickster's picture

so I made this for sunday lunch and the big reveal was very disapointing. I can honestly say this worst desert I have ever eaten or not eaten in this case. I was mocked by disgusted diners! On the positive side the potholes outside my house are now filled! Never ever make this!

lsdonoghue's picture

Brilliant easy pud! Have made it twice this week with children, who have given up chocolate for lent, so we swapped the chocolate muffins for toffee muffins and it was yummy! Whole family loved it!

mi4ence's picture
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fab & soooo fast to make!

judygrandchamp's picture
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I live in France, where Sticky Toffee Pudding is scarce, so I made this on Saturday - YUM! And so quick. I didn't tell hubby (who is French) what it was but he realised straight away that it was a sticky toffee pudding.

zenagreen's picture

this recipe is so handy!! use it all the time- thanks for the gr8 & quick idea! l8ters

pca03hcd's picture
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Easy, quick and tastes great - perfect!

melteaser's picture
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Really tasty, simple and quick. Made one large instead of individuals though I'd probably make ramekins next time and use a muffin less as there was more than enough...I even had to eat a few chunks;o) Didn't soak the fruit but did dribble a little marsala over the sponge, only about a tablespoonful. The make ahead suggestion didn't work though...the muffins soaked up the sauce. Made another batch of sauce when we were ready for pud. Possibly a happy accident as the sponge was lovely and moist.

staceyb85's picture
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This was very delicious and quick to make, replaced the sultanas with chopped banana and it was perfect. Make sure you really crumble the muffins up though, if you just break it into 'chunks' there are too many gaps and the sauce just sinks through to the bottom. Loved the hot and cold combo when it has a scoop of ice-cream on top!

lizcoock80's picture
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Yum! Yum! Very quick & easy to make. Was asked for seconds by the family.

openwide's picture
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Doubled up the recipe for a family lunch. Everyone loved it, and my son and his fiance requested it next time they came for dinner. I can see this is going to become a family favourite.

The best thing about it, apart from the taste, is that it really is so quick and simple to make.

shazali's picture

This is absolutely divine (left out the sultanas) - however I found it didn't taste like sticky toffee pudding - more like a lovely chocolate brownie dessert. I'm not complaining!!
:o)

jb5370's picture
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Can't believe more people haven't commented on this! So quick, easy and absolutely divine. Will becaome a firm family favourite.

hamishmum's picture
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I did the banoffee version & it went down a treat. So many people have asked for this recipe. It's so easy to do & will be a firm favourite in our house.

fatimachohan's picture

Great quick dessert. I added chopped dates which I had soaked in orange juice (teetotal house) instead of the sultanas... Really gave it a proper sticky toffee flavour.

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