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LauraMipsum Wed 09-Oct-19 13:01:06

I've recently got into doing a proper Sunday roast complete with what DD calls Proper Pudding (rather than fruit or yoghurt). We've had a lot of crumble type things, and the most amazing chocolate fudge sponge but I'm not doing that too often or all our teeth will dissolve, it was extremely sugary. Running out of ideas - hit me with your vegan pudding inspiration.

Disfordarkchocolate Wed 09-Oct-19 13:05:52

This is nice with oatly milk and pure margarine.

allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/15580/gingerbread-loaf.aspx

We have soya custard with it but not sure if that is vegan. If you make the cake read the comments first.

BlueCowWonders Wed 09-Oct-19 13:12:40

Crumble or cobbler work well, and you can make vegan custard if you dont want ice cream with it

MakeLemonade Wed 09-Oct-19 13:18:33

Aquafaba meringues with fruit and whipped coconut cream is a favourite here.

Rice pudding and semolina if we want real school dinner type pud!

Strudel or pie also yum and easy.

LauraMipsum Wed 09-Oct-19 13:41:13

Ooh, some lovely ideas, thanks!

babyburrito1 Wed 09-Oct-19 13:45:53

https://www.tibits.co.uk/en/recipe-library/detail/sticky-toffee-pudding

No idea how to do proper links but this is delicious, especially with some vegan ice cream.

TheQueef Wed 09-Oct-19 13:47:31

I thought this would be about Yorkshire pudding sad

LauraMipsum Wed 09-Oct-19 13:49:16

Sadly Queef after a few dismal attempts I have concluded that there's no such thing as achievable vegan Yorkshires sad

I will just have to console myself with sticky toffee instead!

Ricekrispie22 Wed 09-Oct-19 17:09:43

Bread and butter pudding www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/bread-recipes/vegan-bread-butter-pudding/
Blackberry clafoutis www.alpro.com/uk/recipe-inspiration/blackberry-clafoutis
Bakewell tart www.asdagoodliving.co.uk/food/recipes/vegan-bakewell-tart
Treacle tart www.veganlifemag.com/treacle-tart/

OliveOwl Fri 11-Oct-19 22:26:42

Pineapple and ginger crumble with dark chocolate and chilli sauce.

milliefiori Fri 11-Oct-19 22:28:55

Can you do a cinnamon and vanilla rice pudding cooked in oat milk?

LauraMipsum Sun 13-Oct-19 20:27:11

I am trying these one by one, what a hardship grin

That sticky toffee pudding was flippin amazing and easy to do. That's on the list.

The family has voted for the Jamie Oliver bread and butter pud next.

turfsausage Tue 22-Oct-19 23:50:44

What's your Sunday roast recipe OP?

LauraMipsum Wed 23-Oct-19 09:37:51

Varies. I love this one at the moment: dreenaburton.com/autumn-dinner-loaf/

Any of the Dreena Burton ones are good, her recipes just seem to work and they're very forgiving. Although I have also resorted to the just-add-water nut roast from Holland & Barratt which is not bad, and this Sunday I'm roasting giant chestnut-stuffed mushrooms.

FusionChefGeoff Tue 19-Nov-19 21:52:28

I'm bumping this as have volunteered for dessert at a gathering - I'm not vegan but friend is. Am cooking for 10 and like the idea of meringue!! Vegan friend is not really into heavy puds though so although the toffee pudding / bread and butter sound great they're not quite right.

Any other links?

ppeatfruit Fri 29-Nov-19 09:46:01

Lauras Though if you don't want the puffy ones (yorkshires) You could do it using baking powder as the lightener. And linseed 'eggs' which work well to keep everything together (you do have to have a powerful blender though).

My mil used to make her totally NOT vegan yorkshires like cakes anyway!!! grin

ppeatfruit Fri 29-Nov-19 09:50:33

Fusion Does your vegan friend like sugar? There's loads in aquafaba meringue, as in normal meringues !! I'm not a sugar freak so can't bring myself to make them. !

You could try making light brownies for her. Much less sugary.

ppeatfruit Fri 29-Nov-19 09:52:15

With soya or almond custard. Or cream of course.

VictoriaBun Fri 29-Nov-19 09:56:00

How about the 70s/80s classic Pineapple upside down, ekeing it to be vegan sponge.

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