Favourite pudding

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Dayvo, 18 Apr 2010.

  1. Dayvo

    Dayvo Just passin' through

    Location:
    oSLo
    I like most, even though I don't eat much pudding these days!

    In order, here are my top five:

    1). Christmas pudding with custard and rum/brandy butter

    2). Gooseberry crumble with custard

    3). Rhubarb crumble with custard

    4). Bread and butter pudding

    5). Fresh fruit salad (my token healthy alternative)

    What tickles your taste buds?
     
  2. postman

    postman Legendary Member

    Location:
    Meanwood ,Leeds
    I'l need to try them all .Coming round .Get the kettle on .
     
  3. XmisterIS

    XmisterIS Purveyor of fine nonsense

    Pecan Pie, made to the attached recipe. It's MUCH easier and quicker to make than one might think, especially if you buy a ready-made pastry case from Tescos!

    Serve warm with vanilla ice-cream.

    It's a thorough calorie, fat and sugar overload ... but I don't care :blush:
     
  4. Telemark

    Telemark Cycling is fun ...

    Location:
    Edinburgh
    You seem to like custard, Dayvo :blush:

    Interestingly, you don't mention it with Bread & Butter Pudding ... Mr T complained recently when I didn't make custard with it, he said "you always have custard with it" ...

    My own favourites, not necessarily in order ...

    Lemon Meringue tart
    Lemon cheese cake
    Apple strudel with custard
    Rhubarb crumble with custard ;-)
    courgette & carrot cake
    ginger cake

    & any kind of fresh fruit, but that doesn't count as "pudding" :laugh:

    T
     
  5. OP
    OP
    Dayvo

    Dayvo Just passin' through

    Location:
    oSLo
    A good selection, Telemark!

    But cake doesn't really count as pudding, or does it?

    I love custard, but think it would come into 'conflict' with the warm milk in the B&B pudding!

    I forgot to mention treacle sponge pudding and jam roly-poly, both with lashings of custard, of course! :blush:
     
  6. Telemark

    Telemark Cycling is fun ...

    Location:
    Edinburgh
    I thought about that, as "pudding" has a specific meaning but can also just mean dessert ... when reading your list, I thought the same, until I came upon the fresh fruit :blush:

    Will pass on your verdict on the B&B without custard to Mr T :laugh:, it didn't seem right to me either, but I couldn't quite say why. A bit of ice cream on the side would be much more appropriate ;).

    T
     
  7. Hollands steak and kidney from the chippy,or have I mis-understood?:blush:
     
  8. graham56

    graham56 Guru

    Chinese wedding cake- rice pudding
     
  9. Only one in the running for me

    Sticky Toffee Pud
     
  10. ComedyPilot

    ComedyPilot Secret Lemonade Drinker

    Pistachio ice cream
     
  11. TVC

    TVC Guest

    Favourite everyday: Lemon Meringue

    Favourite special: Triple chocolate pudding with olive oil and salt - served to me in a restaurant in Barcelona, it was exceptionally good.

    Favourite gut buster: Bread and Butter
     
  12. bauldbairn

    bauldbairn New Member

    Location:
    Falkirk
    +1, Yeah with custard! :blush:

    Grannie's Hot Apple and Toffee pie with Mackies Ice Cream.

    Steamed Raspberry Sponge with Custard. :laugh:
     
  13. twentysix by twentyfive

    twentysix by twentyfive Clinging on tightly

    Location:
    Over the Hill
    FTFY :blush: and so +1

    Don't forget to add

    Rice pudding
    Rice Creamola
    Banana Custard
    Custard
    Custard
    Vanilla Ice cream
    Custard
    Toffee Ice Cream
    Apple Pie and Custard
    Apple Crumble and Custard
    Gooseberry Fool (That's Gooseberries and Custard all mashed together in the liquidiser)
    Custard
    Custard
    Custard
    Any kind of sponge (Treacle, syrup, spotted dick......) and Custard

    Oh - and don't forget the Custard
     
  14. Plax

    Plax Veteran

    Location:
    Wales
    Apple crumble & custard. I have yet to taste any better than my Nain's.
     
  15. Chrisc

    Chrisc Über Member

    Location:
    Huddersfield
    Treacle sponge with ice cream and custard
     
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