Henry’s Chocolate Pudding I’ve done chocolate puddings. I’ve done so many. This is the best by miles A lot of people like chocolate, and it nearly always features in our pudding and/or cake menu at the farm. But have you ever enjoyed a chocolate pudding invented by a Welsh Farm Cat for a Steiff Bear?
Category Archive for 'Puddings'
Ah, cheesecake…deliciously creamy and utterly gorgeous. This used to be a Sunday lunchtime favourite, especially during the summer, and it’s one of those desserts where your pudding stomach can be really handy. Always room for seconds!
Whoa! I thought steamed puddings were a bit of a pfaff – not so! This one’s quick, easy and abso-stunningly-lutely gorgeous. When we cooked it for the first time at November’s Coaching and Walking retreat at Castle Farm, it leapt straight to the top of the Favourite Puddings list – a very discerning list!!
This is adapted from a recipe I found in a farmshop magazine – replacing the stem ginger with fresh ginger gives this a bit of a kick. Great for pud after a crisp day out on the hills, or indeed at any other time you fancy.
An old favourite – some weird alchemy goes on that creates the lemon sauce at the bottom….usually!
As simple puddings go, this is surely one of the simplest! It’s not massively coconutty, just a little twist of something differently creamy.