Sticky Toffee Pudding

Typically we’ve approached our readers with new products hitting store shelves. However, COVID-19 has shown a desire for mass consumers to start baking from home again. With that in mind, we’ve begun providing our readers with recipes that can suit their delicious baking needs. Our 1st recipe regards Toffee Pudding; a famous dessert made popular by New Zealand and Australia. It’s been adopted by the British and Canadians, with it now being a global desert served with filling dinners.

Sticky Toffee Pudding is baked similarly to British desserts, with a sponge cake being devoured in unique sauces. It’s typically served with warm vanilla custard, which can be switched out for vanilla ice cream. The standard version of Sticky Toffee Pudding used Dates, with this being an optional add-in. Bakers can select substitutes to dates, like Peanuts or Chocolate Chips. It should be mentioned that this dessert is most prevalent during Christmas but is conventionally consumed year-round.

Below we’ve provided our readers with the best recipe for Sticky Toffee Pudding. Except for a moist centre with the sponge cake, a delicious sauce with coffee and toffee undertones. Those that’ve never tried this dessert will find themselves with a buttery pudding that leaves you wanting more.


Read below to obtain the required ingredients and necessary cooking instructions. Follow the process perfectly to obtain the best results possible.

The Crumble

  • Four Chocolate Muffins, Crumbled by Hand.
  • 50 Grams of Large Sultanas.
  • Cube of Butter, Grease the Frying Pan.

The Sauce

  • 50 Grams of Light Muscovado Sugar.
  • 50 Grams of Unsalted Butter.
  • 75 Millilitres of 2% Cream.
  • Vanilla Ice Cream, One Scoop to Serve.
  • Vanilla Custard, One Scoop to Serve.

Cooking Instructions

Now that you’ve collected all your necessary ingredients, our readers will want to heat their oven to 200C. First combine the Sultanas and Muffins into a single bowl, making sure an even mixture is maintained. Divide the portions between four ramekins that’ve been buttered, or for a more comfortable option use a standard baking dish. Then cover that baking dish with tinfoil, allowing the Muffins and Sultanas to cook for eight minutes.

Creating the Toffee Sauce isn’t challenging. All that’s needed is placing the Butter, Cream, and Sugar into a small bowl. Place your burner onto a slight heat, allowing the three ingredients to bind together at a minimum temperature. Then pour the sauce over the Muffins and Sultans after they’ve cooked. The final process is heating a can of Vanilla Custard while heating the Butter, Cream, and Sugar. Pour the Vanilla Custard over the Toffee Sauce to complete this dish.