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Is this the best sticky toffee pudding ever?

July 27, 2012

Today marks the start of British Food Fortnight, so how better to celebrate than by eating a very British pudding. Penny’s Pud from Litton Larder is the best sticky toffee pudding I have ever tasted.

I discovered this gorgeous gluten-free pudding at the Fabulous Places Summer Market. I bought some to take home to my husband who is a great fan of sticky toffee pudding and he agreed it was the best he had ever tasted too.

The flavour is wonderful – rich buttery toffee but not too sweet. The texture is fantastically light and melt in the mouth, not what I would have expected from gluten-free at all.

It is practically zero effort to take the pudding out of the fridge and reheat it for a minute in the microwave. The puds can also be frozen, in which case they take 90 seconds to reheat. At £14 for a box of four individual 170g puddings (including postage and packing) it is really good value, especially when compared with the price of a restaurant pudding.

So I will definitely be buying some more next time I’m going to be catering for guests.

With thanks to Penny for letting me take a photo of her.

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. July 27, 2012 10:44 am

    Thank you for pointing this out to me Ruth! I’ll check it out for sure. 😉

    Karin

  2. July 28, 2012 10:36 pm

    Looks yummy, you lucky divil you!

  3. July 29, 2012 12:42 am

    This looks yummy might have to try this at some point xx

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