Dairy free puds

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Serves: 6

By princessofpink

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  • 6oz self-raising flour

  • 6oz caster sugar

  • 2 drops vanilla essence

  • 1 orange peeled, segmented and thinly sliced across the triangle

  • 6 tsp honey runny, or golden syrup

  • 2 eggs large

  • 1 tbsp hot water

  • 1 tsp baking powder

  • 6oz margarine pure sunflower


  1. Preheat oven to 170C.
  2. Grease 6 ramekin dishes with sunflower margarine.
  3. Combine eggs, flour, sugar, baking powder and margarine in a bowl and whizz together (yes, it's a cake mix!).
  4. Add vanilla essence and whizz again, pour in hot water while still whizzing. (The water makes the cake really moist).
  5. Take 6 ramekin dishes and place the thinly sliced orange segments around the bottom. Drizzle honey or syrup over the top and then spoon over the cake mix to just below the ramekin top.
  6. Place on a baking tray in the middle of the oven and leave to bake for 15 minutes. Test with a skewer after 15 mins, if not ready, give 2-3 mins more and test again.
  7. Lift out and tip each cake into an individual bowl or plate. Don't let the kids near them for a few minutes as the treacle will be really hot.

Additional Information

  • Kids can help

  • Cake/Dessert

  • Vegetarian

  • Dairy Free

  • Nut Free

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  • hollyw 15/05/08 20:12

    Made these tonight. They were yummy :-) Apple and pineapple work well too and the cake was perfect. Really easy to do too

  • princessofpink 21/01/08 10:37

    I struggle to find puddings for my ds that aren't just fruit as he's dairy and soya intolerant. He's a fruit-nut, so it's not hard to feed him, but sometimes I feel like we should have family puddings not one for us and different for him. This is quick, easy and my dd loves to help.