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Portable puddings?

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Cosmosis Tue 08-Sep-09 13:04:35

We're off to stay with a friend this weekend, a 3 hour drive away. I said I'd bring a pudding, so suggestions please for a nice pud that will survive the motorway!


MrsBadger Tue 08-Sep-09 13:36:21

take meringues, a pint of cream and some fruit and assemble a pavlova or Eton Mess when you get there

or make a cake and take it in the tin you baked it in - there's a good chocolate cake on here somewhere

serve it with whipped cream or creme fraiche

Cosmosis Tue 08-Sep-09 14:06:59

Great minds, as soon as I posted I thought, oooh eton mess cos it doesn't matter if it gets bashed in the car!!

blametheparents Tue 08-Sep-09 14:11:16

Delia's Choc Bread and Butter pudding is great.

You make it a day before, layer it all up and pop in the fridge, and then take it with you and pop it in the oven at your destination for 40mins.
I have done this quite a number of times, and have found it pretty indestructible!

If you would like the recipe, let me know and I will post it for you.

Just thinking about it is making me hungrey!

meltedmarsbars Tue 08-Sep-09 14:15:27

Tarts travel well too! grin

MrsBadger Tue 08-Sep-09 14:24:10

no do not make the eton mess in advance

the meringues dissolve into the cream and disappear
[voice of bitter experinece at own engagement party]

Cosmosis Tue 08-Sep-09 14:31:48

ah, thanks for the warning MrsB!

Blametheparents, sounds nice, the recipe would be great, thanks!

Marsbars, what are you saying about me?? wink

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