It looks delicious and I think it will go down a treat. Bake in the oven for approximately 40 minutes until the batter is set. Sift in … Let me know how you get on & thanks for stopping by , This looks delicious! Beat in the eggs. #CookBlogShare, This looks delicious, my family would love it. Put in a small saucepan. By entering your details, you are agreeing to olive magazine terms and conditions. Definitely going to make this with my roast tonight! on your browser, you can place your order by contacting our Thanks Alison, let me know how you get on. We have some apple trees in our garden and I always make a couple of crumbles but I might try your sponge batter for a change. Cook 500g of the blackberries with 2 tbsp water until very soft. Cover with buttered greaseproof and a cloth, tying with string. Congratulations it looks delicious. One of my favourite treats when I go to a cafe or a bakery […], Pillowy Soft Bread Rolls with pull apart edges, guaranteed soft & fluffy every time. Butter a 1.2litre/2 pint pudding basin. Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. Did you use an eating apple rather than a bramley? Popping over to visit yours in a moment x, What a lovely pudding, I think I am going to have to make myself one. Crumbles are still a favourite at the Kitchen Shed too though Let me know how you get on & it’s always a pleasure to share. Put the remaining golden syrup and the blackberries into the pudding basins and spoon the sponge mixture over. This pudding looks amazing! We use cookies to provide you with a better service on our websites. I am on the train going to work hungry now : ). Sign in to manage your newsletter preferences. It does take me a while to adjust to the thought of Autumn but I do embrace it – apples need to be harvested, blackberries and sloes are to be foraged and I am so looking forward to my pumpkin harvest. Sweeten to taste with sugar. It’s only been the last couple of years that our trees have given us so many apples but it’s well worth the wait. Thanks Corina, glad you find the Kitchen Shed Tips useful & hope you get to try my self saucing pudding. If you haven’t made a self saucing pudding before, don’t worry if this recipe goes against how you might usually bake. The perfect one pot Pud! I am planning to make this for a Peter Rabbit Baby shower in March. Sorry I’ve taken so long to get back to you, it’s been hectic here at the Kitchen Shed. They are still red here, Thanks Alison, it’s a family favourite here too. I used eating apples on this occasion because I’d just picked them from our tree & the Bramleys aren’t ready. Do you think this would be OK made 1-2 days ahead? How lucky to have so many apples, let me know how you get on with the recipe. I have yet to try making a self-saucing pudding, but it sounds quite appealingly convenient. Required fields are marked *. Butter a 1-litre pudding basin. I’m so glad I found your blog, but i can’t figure out how to follow you! Cover each basin with a double piece of foil or greaseproof paper, with a pleat across the centre. Let me know how you get on x, Oh my goodness, this looks GORGEOUS, and perfectly seasonal. I haven’t tried a self-saucing pudding yet but it’s something on my list. Thanks Martin, a self saucing pudding does make a delicious change to a crumble or pie. Thanks, hope you enjoy it as much as we do. I’ll be busy stocking the Kitchen Shed pantry with jams, chutneys, sauces and ‘canning’ tomatoes and beans into Le Parfait jars. Beat the butter and sugar together until fluffy. Push through a sieve to purée. I’ll have to give it a try someday soon, before our non-existant Summer has turned into a miserable Winter … Loved your bread last week, congratulations on being featured! Hi, I'm Sarah and croeso to my Kitchen Shed tucked away in the Presili Hills, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Top with the sponge, leaving a gap of at least 2cm at the top to allow room to rise. What a clever idea! To learn more about how we use the cookies, please see our cookies policy, This site requires JavaScript for certain features to work, but this A pleasure to share with FF & hope you had a good weekend . Put in a pan and pour in boiling water to come half-way up the basin. Pour onto the dry ingredients and briefly whisk until smooth. We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. Arrange the sliced apples and blackberries evenly over the base of your pudding dish and sprinkle with sugar. Chocolate fondant. Customer Sales and Support Centre by free phone on 0800 1 88884 or Glad you found my blog and thanks for popping by. Thanks for popping by from Fabulous Foodie Fridays & I hope you get chance to make Blackberry & Apple Self Saucing Pudding despite the season warming up. I’ve also never made my own custard so might give this a go! Turn out and serve with the remaining purée and berries. It’s definitely worth making Janice, perfect for this time of year. This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website.