Make Your Own Traditional Puddings
Make your own traditional puddings, and you are no longer slave to Mr Kipling and his plastic-wrapped band of merry men, who sell everything from apple pies to sticky toffee puddings, all made with refined sugar, factory-farmed ingredients and plastic packaging.
Summer Pudding (Tom Hunt) is the ultimate easy dessert. Just line a pudding basin with bread, and then fill with red fruits, place a weight over the top and keep in the fridge until next day. Serve with vegan cream.
Check paper inserts of medications, some foods are contraindicated. Avoid nuts, seeds and nut/seed butters for young children. Choose palm-oil-free vegan butters. See foods to keep away from pets (including chocolate, grapes & raisins, coffee & alcohol, nutmeg/mace & xylitol).
It’s said that the most popular pudding on earth is sticky toffee pudding. You can find a vegan version from a trained chef at The Veg Space.
This Vegan Apple Crisp (Minimalist Baker). Made in one bowl, it places caramelized apples under a pecan-oat topping.
Nature’s Charm Coconut Caramel Sauce is a tasty sauce for both sweet and savoury dishes, made from coconut milk and coconut sugar, with cane sugar. Ideal as a dessert topper, it’s nice served over apple or pear slices, or use as a sweet caramel sauce to drizzle over fruit or vegan-cream. Sold in a glass jar with a metal lid. Also look out for other sauces in the range.
This company does not use monkey slaves to harvest the coconuts.