Golden Syrup Steamed PuddingMy favorite dessert of all time!

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Golden Syrup Steamed Pudding is my all time favourite dessert. I’ve been eating this particular recipe since I was young and I hope to pass it on to my boys for them to make for their families one day.  Serve it…

Golden Syrup Steamed Pudding is my all time favourite dessert.

I’ve been eating this particular recipe since I was young and I hope to pass it on to my boys for them to make for their families one day.  Serve it with ice cream or cream!

The only negative about this amazing comfort food is that it really needs to be eaten within 24 hours of making it – or it goes meh…

Don’t be stingy on the Golden Syrup either – I always add two, sometimes three times the amount of syrup.  If you aren’t a huge fan of golden syrup (we can’t be friends) – you can have jam instead!

Golden Syrup Steamed Pudding

serves
6
time needed
prep cook
ingredients
6
difficulty
Easy
rating (click to rate)
3.9 based on 33 ratings, click to rate

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup Sugar
  • 40 grams Butter
  • 2 cups Flour Self-Raising
  • 4 tbsp Golden Syrup
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1/4 cup Milk


Method

  1. Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy.
  2. Add eggs one at a time.
  3. Fold sifted ingredients and milk alternatively into creamed mixture.
  4. Grease large base, add syrup/jam.
  5. Spoon in mixture, cover. Steam 1.5 hours. Serves 6.

Notes

Microwave Directions:

You can also make this in the microwave, use the above directions, but place the mixture in a microwave proof container (preferably a ring cake microwave dish) - cover with plastic wrap and microwave for 7 minutes.

Recipe Hint and Tips:

  • If you don't have a steamer - place in a greased noodle bowl and place in a large stockpot half filled with boiling water - works just the same. Make sure it has a firm fitting lid.
  • Golden Syrup Steamed Pudding is not suitable for freezing.
  • Leftover pudding can be covered and refrigerated for up to 24 hours.  Steamed Puddings are notorious for drying out so they really don't last long!

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