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!


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!

ann low 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 :)

Anonymous 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...

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

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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