Honeyed Apple Pudding

An easy to make spin on a self saucing pudding ,this harks back to the days of sticky treacle steamed puddings, but made in a baking tray with apple and honey its quick and easy and requires no special skills! Not for the feint hearted with its sugar overload!

You will need:

A high sided baking tray or glass dish about 20cm by 30cms
Pre Heat Oven to 180º c or 160º c for a fan oven
Granny Smith Apples, Peeled cored and large chucks (about 450/500gms)
125 gms of Self raising flour
100 gms of light brown Sugar
100 gms of melted butter
1 egg
200ml of full cream milk
½ teaspoon of ground cinnamon


150ml of hot water
2 tablespoons of Honey
100gms of Light Brown Sugar
Extra Light Brown sugar


Place the apple chunks in the bottom of your baking dish, us enough fruit to make one layer.
Whisk together by hand the melted butter, egg, milk and cinnamon and then add the flour and brown sugar and whisk till you have a runny batter.
Pour the batter gently over the fruit in the baking dish.

Mix the topping ingredients together and then gently pour all over the batter and apple, finally sprinkling some extra brown sugar over the top.

Bake in oven until skewer test pronounces done. About 45/50 minutes, but which time the sides will be bubbling and the top will be a crispy sugar brown.

Serve warm with yoghurt, cream or ice-cream!

Can be re-heated gently in the microwave on a low settin.


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