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Sticky toffee, fig & walnut pudding

Blossom Lady
Jan 15, 2023 04:20 PM
Sticky toffee, fig & walnut pudding

This sticky toffee, fig & walnut pudding with toffee sauce is decadent and utterly delicious. I daresay it might even be the best ever. Queue this up to be the next dessert you make when you gather a small crowd. It’s a slight riff on a classic sticky toffee pudding made with dates so you could easily swap out the dried figs if you can’t get hold of them, but I really loved how they added a soft flavour element as well as a little texture.

The recipe was supplied by Le Creuset to celebrate the launch of their beautiful new fig colourway range of homeware. It’s really quite gorgeous.



200gms dried figs, chopped

1 tsp bicarbonate of soda

100gms butter

200gms soft or light brown sugar (muscovado or Demerara if you can)

4 free-range large eggs

1 tsp vanilla extract

350gms self-raising flour

100gms walnuts, chopped

Toffee sauce:

350gms light soft brown sugar

150gms butter

400ml cream

1 tsp vanilla extract

100gms toasted walnuts, chopped

3 – 4 Tbsp Molasses (optional to darken the sauce)

Total Time:
50 minutes
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