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This is a family favourite, every time there's a party I get asked to make one! You will need a glass bowl or dish to serve this in approx 30cm in diameter. Quantities will vary on the exact size and shape of your bowl.
One of our favorite desserts and your guests will be amazed! A big hit! I use all kinds of fruit that I have at hand, mostly not apples, banana or pears but you could try... I often use strawberries, oranges, grapefruit, grapes, plums, pineapple.....
This is ideal for the autumn time if you have a surplus of apples and pears, and need a quick (ish) and satisfying pudding for familyand friends
Put this on any fruit base, but let the fruit go cold first. Then bake it at 180 fan for about 15 mins but keep a very beady eye as it can burn on top. I got mine out at 12 mins today.
by Gravy Queen
This recipe is Gary Rhodes and was published in Good Food mag a few years back. It is the most wonderful no cook cheesecake, I have had rave reviews when I made it.
My french neighbour gave me this recipe. It comes from her family.
This is a lovely light pudding, if you can spare the ginger curd. Lemon curd would do too, of course
by Crafty Cookie
One of my favourite puddings of all time and it can be enjoyed by non gluten free members of the family and friends too. The millet flakes give it the extra crunch which I do particularly adore.
by queen of puds
Can bake ahead & re-bake for 10m before serving hot with a chocolate sauce. Light & fluffy. And gluten free! Recipe makes 8 to 10 individual portion ramekins.
by Crafty Cookie
This recipe has been in the family for years. It is lighter than most Christmas puddings best served with brandy butter, custard or freshly whipped double cream. This pudding is traditionally made on 'Stir Up Sunday'.
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