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Thomas Moore

Friday, June 17, 2011

Warm food for cool nights...

Is it just me, or do the winter months make you crave sweet, warm desserts too?
A taste-bud alluring photo caught my eye in the June issue of Australian Home Beautiful magazine recently,  so naturally I had to recreate the dish to satisfy my "winter-warming" dessert habit.
These are Stitcky Date Puddings, and they are made in a food processor before being baked as individual treats in muffin pans. It was one of the easiest recipes for Sticky Date Pudding I have ever made (and yes, I have become an expert at trying this recipe - yum, yum, yum doesn't quite express how much I love this dessert). 
The sauce was a simple one-pot simmer, and flowed all gooey and sweet around the split mini-puddings...
...and of course what is a pudding without a dollop of thick fresh cream?
Now to admit to something really decadent. I am having this for breakfast today.
Can you blame me? :-)
I wonder what your favourite dessert is? Perhaps you have a few for different seasons? 
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Now to finish sewing down the binding on a quilt - after breakfast of course!
Have a wonderfully blessed and yummy day!!
Hugs
Jenny
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PS: In other parts of the world it is Fathers Day this weekend, so why not make this dessert for your dad? And if you're wondering what gift you can make him, visit Helen at Bustle & Sew as she has a wonderful free Father's Day cushion you can sew quickly!

12 comments:

  1. Will you share this recipe? My mouth is already drooling!

    desertrose5173 at gmail dot com

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  2. We are really worlds apart, I am getting ready to leave for work, 6 pm Dallas TX CST and its morning there for you! Your dish looks great and just keep getting better the more you went on, sauce, cream!
    Yummy! I hope you have a lovely day! I am signed up for your newsletter! Yeah me!!

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  3. Not just you Jenny it's me too. :). I have been collecting recipes for yummy warming desserts(again) & i love sticky date pudding. Also love golden syrup dumplings & apple crumble to name just a couple. Oh now i feel hungry. Hugs,

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  4. Okay, it's the sticky pudding that was the most appealing...lol! Oh! Wow! my copy of Sarah Fielke book arrived this afternoon! Woohoooo... Rebel with a Rotary is the current project?

    hugz

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  5. Oh, good grief I have gained 10 lbs by reading your post today.

    I can't wait for that newsletter!

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  6. Waiting the arrival of your newletter is exciting..oh my sticky date pudding looks yum. Nothing wrong with that for breakfast-I had some of last nights leftover desert for breakfast (my fav) golden syrup dumplings hmmm,cheers Vickie

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  7. Woman, if you don't quit showing these recipes, I'm going to be the size of a blimp!! I LOVE dates..LOLO Have to have that recipe too! The Blackberry Swirl was out of this world.YUMMY.. Of course I read these late at nite..It's 11 pm Thur. here. lol

    Jean

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  8. I love sticky date pudding its my favourite and yours looks simply delicous. Will you share the recipe

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  9. Now I just need a cup of tea to go with the yummy breakfast dessert. :o) I know your newsletter will be a success.

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  10. Now that is true comfort food, perfect for cold weather! AND breakfast. *G*

    Got your newsletter, oh my, Jenny it's wonderful!! I can't wait to post about all the excitement in Jenny-land!

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  11. Okay Jenny, you are not helping me with my diet situation!! I have raided my cupboard for something sweet.... and found a mini box of Smarties.... yum....yum.
    Signed up for your newsletter.
    Hugs, Sue from Cyprus

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I will try to reply via email unless you are a 'no reply blogger' which means you'll have to check for my reply in the comments. Of course, life is a rather hazardous activity, isn't it? So if I don't respond to your comment that's the reason why - life simply stepped in...
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Jenny
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