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Recipe: A Homemade Ginger Sponge Pudding


homemade ginger sponge pudding

Although the weather is slightly warmer now, sometimes you can't beat a nice warm and hearty pudding. Personally, anything with custard and cinnamon is a winner for me so this ginger sponge pudding recipe is a win win! I'm not much of a baker/cooker so I was so pleased to find out this recipe is simpler than it looks, so if I can do it, you can do it! And OMG it tastes incredible. Like comfort in a bowl! So, if you wanna make something as delicious as the picture portrays (and you gotta admit, it looks pretty damn good doesn't it?) then just follow these 8 easy steps:

homemade ginger sponge pudding



Ingredients:
90g self raising flour
1 tsp ginger
1tsp bicarbonate of soda
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp mixed spice
45g butter
52g black treacle
40g golden syrup
110ml milk
45g demerara sugar
1 egg
custard

homemade ginger sponge pudding



Step 1
Mix all the dry ingredients,then mix with the butter to create a bread crumb

Step 2
Pour the black treacle and golden syrup into a microwavable bowl and microwave for 1 minute

Step 3
Pour the milk and sugar into a seperate bowl and microwave for 1 minute

homemade ginger sponge pudding

Step 4
Preaheat the oven to 260C

Step 5
Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl. Milk/sugar first then the treacle/syrup. Make sure it's mixed well!


homemade ginger sponge pudding

Step 6
Grease the tin with butter and line with greaseproof paper and distribute the mixture evenly into the tins

Step 7
Place in your oven/microwave oven for 15 minutes

Step 8
Heat up the custard and pour on. Enjoy!


See, it was pretty easy to make wasn't it? And doesn't it taste bloody incredible? Definitely comfort food! Howeve, if you much prefer to cook/follow instructions in video format, then here's an amazing vid for you to follow!





*This post is in collaboration with The Ideas Kitchen
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2 comments

  1. Okay so this isn't normally a recipe I would go for, but it looks super easy! It looks like a recipe that would be a hit at a dinner party - maybe you should go on Come Dine With Me?!?! I love recipes that come in video format - I usually watch the video first to get a 'feel' for how difficult the recipe is going to be, then use the instructions when I'm actually baking/cooking.

    Jodie @ Jodetopia x

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