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RECIPE
35 min

Agen Prunes Sticky Toffee Pudding

Warning: there’s a high risk of addiction! This indulging version of the traditional British sticky toffee pudding is a winner, with the deep and warm flavour of the Agen prunes.

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Ingredients For

  • 6 oz
  • 6.50 fl oz
  • 3.50 oz
  • 1.70 oz
  • NY-MAPLE-SYRUP
    2 tbsp
  • Organic Eggs
    x2
  • 5.30 oz
  • 2 tsp

Boil the water and pour onto the Agen prunes in a bowl. Let sit for 35min or more.

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    Preheat the oven to 356°F. In a stand mixer, mix the butter, maple syrup and the sugar together. Add the eggs, one egg at a time until well incorporated.

    Mix the ingredients
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    Add the flour and baking powder and mix well until the batter is smooth and homogeneous.

    Using a fork or blending with the soaking water, crush the soaked Agen prunes. You can leave chunks of fruits or blend them until smooth, as you prefer. Add this puree to the batter and mix.

    Pour the batter in a greased mould and stick in the oven for about 20-30 minutes (or until the tip of your knife comes out clean).

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  • Crédits photos : ©Laura Jalbert / Jaja Food Studio

    Meanwhile, make the toffee sauce: in a pan on low heat, melt the butter and sugar. Add the double cream and stir.

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    Turn up the heat until the sauce is bubbling. Remove from the heat and reserve.

    When the cake is ready and out of the oven, prick it all over with a skewer or cocktail stick.

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  • Crédits photos : ©Laura Jalbert / Jaja Food Studio

    Pour a quarter of the warm toffee sauce all over. Allow to sit for or serve with some extra toffee sauce on top

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