10 oozing hot puddings to indulge in this winter
Serve up these fresh and fruity or rich and chocolatey desserts guaranteed to warm the heart.
Winter calls for oozing, steamy desserts. With a smorgasbord of seasonal ingredients to play with, the options are endless. Serve up these fresh and fruity or rich and chocolatey desserts guaranteed to warm the heart.
Vanilla-and-orange bread and butter pudding
Subtle hints of vanilla and zesty orange come together in a light and fluffy syrupy bite.
Chocolate and pear malva pudding with hazelnut cookie crumble
The pièce de résistance to any meal; a decadent pear and dark chocolate base with a malva centre, topped with cookie crumble.
Almond and apple pudding with coconut sauce
This golden brown apple and almond infused pudding is topped with a hot coconut sauce.
Amarula bread and butter pudding with rooibos ice cream
Two homegrown ingredients are featured in this hearty winter pudding – Amarula and rooibos!
Baked lemon pudding with lime yoghurt
If you prefer your desserts with a zesty tang, this baked citrus pud checks all the boxes.
Molten salted caramel and chocolate puddings
When dark chocolate and espresso meet molten salted caramel, the results are nothing short of droolworthy.
A feast for chocolate-lovers, this pudding is the perfect balance of melt-in-your-mouth and indulgent decadence.
Berry pudding and granadilla sauce
This sweet, syrupy berry-based pud is a great way to use leftover berries.
Toasted almonds and caramel sponge come served up with custard.
Celebrate citrus with a mandarin-infused spin on this South African classic.
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