14 November 2010

Mini Sticky Date Pudding

Sticky Date Pudding #2 - made with mini bundt pans.


I like making minis.

First of all, they are cute.
Secondly, no need to cut and divide; they are already in individual portions.
Thirdly, shorter baking time - faster results, and savings on electricity bill.
:)  :)  :)


Recipe can be found here. The only difference is the baking time - down to just 20 minutes!
Oh, and I used just half the recipe to get 6 minis.


These can be made in advance and stored in the fridge or freezer. Just reheat before serving, drizzle warm butterscotch sauce and don't forget that scoop of ice cream!

9 comments:

Swee San said...

which reminds me, i still have a box of dates left... nice

Hearty Bakes said...

Beautiful mini bunt cake. You are tempting me to get the bunt pan too. Looks like a great mouth-watering dessert with dollop of ice-cream,yum!

Anncoo said...

Oh..this is really cute and I love the ice cream added, sooo yummy!

Bakertan said...

hey eelin,

the last picture is very well presented. looks very inviting with the ice cream and the butterscotch sauce

Nazarina A said...

oooh! I just received a really beautiful package of Medjool dates. I am so going to make this, looks divine!

NEL, the batter baker said...

Thank you all for your lovely comments.
Hope to see your version of SDP soon :)

crustabakes said...

warm butterscotch and ice cream to go along with these? RIGHT ON! thats divinity right there! LOL

Shirley @ Kokken69 said...

minis are good. I have a problem finishing big portions.I wasn't sure if the puddings would demold well in a bundt pan - not so bad, judging from your results!

NEL, the batter baker said...

Lina,
You are right! I don't really fancy dates on their own. But accompanied by butterscotch and ice cream.... irresistible!

Shirley,
With bundt pans, even silicone ones, the trick is to grease well ;) And to be patient to let them cool in the mold (so that it sets and firms up) before demolding. Otherwise, for sure they will stick.

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