Cookbook:Sticky Toffee Pudding

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Sticky Toffee Pudding
CategoryDessert recipes
Time40 mins, plus resting

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Sticky Toffee Pudding (STP), or Sticky Date Pudding as it can be known by in Australia and New Zealand, is a rich, dense, gooey dessert originating from the United Kingdom that can now be found across the world.

Serving suggestions

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Sticky Toffee Pudding is usually presented within a bowl with:

  1. A single serving of Sticky Toffee Pudding (see recipes below).
  2. A side of butterscotch sauce and either ice cream or custard.


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STP recipe options

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Sticky Toffee Pudding (with dates)

Sticky Toffee Pudding (without dates)

Sticky Date Pudding (AUS/ NZ variation)

Sauce recipe

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Butterscotch sauce

Optional sides

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Ice cream



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Note: below presents a rough outline, more precise cooking methods can be obtained in the recipe options above so that you can customise the dish how you want.

Step 1: prepare and cook the STP

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Decide on the recipe you wish to use to create your STP in the recipes above and go about following its method to cook your STP.

Step 2: prepare the sauce

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Using the butterscotch sauce recipe above, prepare the sauce for your STP.

Step 3: add some sauce into the STP

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Don't forget to add some of your sauce into your STP. As soon as you take it out the oven, prick the STP all over and pour over your butterscotch sauce so a thin layer rests on top.

Step 4: serve

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Serve your STP with your sauce and choice of ice cream or custard.