Great British puddings
British puddings are made for comfort food times – rice pudding, bread and butter pudding and spotted dick for a stomach bursting end to your meal (or just have pudding for dinner – we don’t judge!
Here are ten of our favourite British puddings.
Classic bread and butter pudding recipe
Beautiful crisp edges and a soft custardy middle - this is what every girl (especially Nigella) looks for in a bread and butter pudding.
Treacle pudding recipe
A simple steamed syrup sponge, treacle pudding is guaranteed to please. Steam traditionally or microwave in 5 minutes.
Arctic roll recipe
James Martin’s homemade version of this retro classic is well worth the effort, but feel free to cheat with a good quality shop-bought jam.
Custard tart recipe
An English classic, the custard tart is perfect for a little smackerel of something at elevenses.
Jam roly-poly recipe
Try the Hairy Bikers’ recipe for jam roly-poly. It’s an easy homemade version of a childhood classic. Serve with plenty of custard.
Spotted dick and custard recipe
Recreate the best of nursery puddings from school dinner days with this traditional steamed pudding.
Stewed rhubarb recipe
Great served hot or cold with cream, custard or yoghurt. Try using frozen rhubarb when fresh is out of season.
Apple pie recipe
A truly delicious apple pie is about two things: perfect pastry and a generous filling of sweet, fluffy apples. This recipe delivers on both counts.
Apple crumble recipe
This is our easiest apple crumble recipe, full of caramel flavours in the brown sugar and a hint of cinnamon. Just add custard, ice cream or cream.
Rice pudding recipe
Indulgent and creamy with lashings of nutmeg, Simon Hopkinson shows you how to make his foolproof rice pudding recipe.
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