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Gluten free, lactose free pudding
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Herja · 23/01/2022 09:57

My gluten and lactose free friend is coming for a roast today and I have a need for pudding! Normally, I do some kind of bastadised crumble with coconut cream/custard, or brownies with an allergy friendly recepie. I am really bloody bored of these (and know friend is too!), so need something new.

All the recipies I can find seem to be trying to be 'healthy' - I don't WANT reduced sugar, paleo and a claim you can eat it while sticking to diets! I want it to be sticky and sweet and indulgent. Any ideas?

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dementedpixie · 23/01/2022 10:00

Pavlova with lactose free cream and fruit?

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EmmaGrundyForPM · 23/01/2022 10:03

Delia's apple and almond pudding, although I do it with pears. Bake it for longer than it says, so the top becomes almost caramelised. Serve with vanilla Swedish Glacé ice cream (dairy free).

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HandforthParishCouncilClerk · 23/01/2022 10:04

Alternatively, this is nice… www.onelovelylife.com/flourless-chocolate-cake/

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OperationRinka · 23/01/2022 10:04

Can she tolerate butter? Lots of people with a lactose intolerance can tolerate cake made with butter and it would open up possibilities.

Or I like a plain chocolate mouse made with just separated eggs and good dark chocolate. 4 eggs, 100g chocolate, melt chocolate, add egg yolks, fold in stiffly whisked egg whites.

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turkeyboots · 23/01/2022 10:05

Pavlova with lactofree cream is a good suggestion. A fancy jelly? Nice box of dark chocolate (which are very low lactose naturally)
I'm lactose and gluten free and have largely given up on deserts as its so hard. A nice desert wine maybe?

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EmmaGrundyForPM · 23/01/2022 10:05

Here's the Delia recipe. Obviously use margarine not butter.
www.deliaonline.com/recipes/international/european/british/baked-apple-and-almond-pudding

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OperationRinka · 23/01/2022 10:06

..chocolate mousse, though I'm sure a chocolate mouse would be cute and delicious.

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Cric · 23/01/2022 10:08

As someone who can't bake..... magnum do vegan versions??

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SirVixofVixHall · 23/01/2022 10:12

I agree on butter- butter is safe i think for lactose free, (not ok for a milk allergy obv) .
The GF bit is easy with cakes- I make everything GF and just substitute with Dove’s Farm flour. Nicer with butter but you could use margarine. As suggested above you could make a pavlova using soya cream , with cherries or strawberries.
Baked apples stuffed with sultanas and cinnamon are easy and delicious on a cold day, again with Soya cream or dairy free ice cream.

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Herja · 23/01/2022 10:21

I really like the look of that apple (Would also swap to pear) Delia thing! That looks perfect.

She can definitely tolerate a bit of butter, though I usually use a bit for flavour and then vegan spread for the rest.

Thank you all so much! We're going for a chilly walk first, so a warm pudding is my ideal, but some excelent cold suggestions here too. She's not a great cook/baker, so I like to always provide proper pudding as I know she still misses them! It's something she looks forward to coming here.

Thank you all! Flowers Star

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pastabest · 23/01/2022 10:28

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pastabest · 23/01/2022 10:29

It warms up nicely too for hot chocolate fudge cake and serve with some dairy free icecream.

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ThatLibraryMiss · 23/01/2022 11:13

Salted caramel chocolate pots are delicious, rich, and if you choose the right chocolate they're soy free too.

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Stormyinacoffeemug · 23/01/2022 11:32

I second the suggestion by pastabest
Becky Excell - Gluten free cup of tea - does fantastic GF recipies and always details how to adapt her recipie to make it dairy free, vegan etc. She has a website for all her recipes and now has two cook books too.
You could also look up Sarah Howell - The gluten free blogger - who has some nice GF recipies but I'm not sure if they are dairy free.

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MagicKit · 23/01/2022 13:26

Your friend has the same dietary restrictions as me. I like to make a gluten free apple cake, make a treacly, winter spiced syrup and drench it and then serve it with custard- I just use lactofree milk or cream to make it. Sometimes pop a splash of whiskey in the custard. Delightful!

We get very tired of crumble and brownies. And fruit salad!

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Herja · 23/01/2022 14:54

I've made the Delia one, with a sort of sticky toffee sauce and (later)lactose free custard. It looks amazing and smells lovely. Some of these look perfect for next time, thank you all so much!

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