Vegan Sticky Toffee Pudding

Vegan Sticky Toffee Pudding

by Tomas
Vegan Sticky Toffe Pudding

Vegan Sticky Toffee Pudding

A little bliss in every bite.

Hey! Who is ready for another delicious dessert? Me :))) Hello my lovelies, I’m thinking about you all, and hope everything is going well with you and your family. I really believe life is beautiful in all parts, but this moment is definitely a test for us, but we can take this time to have a think about ourselves and make decisions and plans that might move our lives towards positive change when this is all over if you know what I mean. 

Vegan Sticky Toffe Pudding

I’m sorry for my a little bit of philosophy but hopefully, I can be a bit of help to you as we’re all together in this:) same feelings, same emotions, and I understand how hard it can at that time. So during this emotional period, I wanted to do something that’s gonna make us happy 🙂 so, I created a vegan version of one of the UK’s favourite desserts, Vegan Sticky Toffee Pudding. Believe me, nearly every pub or restaurant in the UK (before lockdown) had this sweetie bomb pudding on the menu. A few weeks ago, I made a couple as a test because I wanted to get the right measures to get exactly the perfect flavour, and I can tell you I got it just right, and here’s the recipe!

I made it for one portion so if you would like to make more, just multiply this recipe, please.  

Vegan Sticky Toffee Pudding is also such great comfort food or celebration food because remember love goes through the stomach. 🙂 

Also, It’s up to you How would like to serve with, Vegan Cream, Ice Cream, any type of fresh fruit even coulis.

I know I’m repeating myself, but this type of pudding is perfect for any occasion and any time of the year, it’s also super easy to make like http://greenrabbitkitchen.com/my-chocolate-brownie/

Vegan Sticky Toffe Pudding

I will appreciate your feedback on this dish

Ingredients:

32g coconut sugar

32g pitted dates

32g gluten-free self-rising flour

1 vegan flax egg (1 tablespoon flax powder with 3 tablespoons of water) 

11g vegan butter or vegan spread

1/3 teaspoon gluten-free bicarbonate soda

60-80ml of water 

Toffee Sauce:

35g coconut sugar or vegan-friendly dark brown sugar

35ml oat, or any single vegan cream

Vegan Sticky Toffe Pudding
Vegan Sticky Toffe Pudding
Vegan Sticky Toffe Pudding

Vegan Sticky Toffee Pudding

: Gluten-Free and Dairy Free

: Healthy Benefits and Family Meal

: Low Fat Meal 

: Easy To Make It

: Perfect for Familly Dessert

: Low-Cost Ingredients

: Friendly for Your Vegan Fitness Diet

: Perfect for any occasion

Vegan Sticky Toffe Pudding
Vegan Sticky Toffe Pudding

Vegan Sticky Toffe Pudding

Vegan Sticky Toffe Pudding

Vegan Sticky Toffee Pudding A little bliss in every bite. Hey! Who is ready for another delicious dessert? Me :))) Hello my lovelies,… DESSERTS Vegan Sticky Toffee Pudding European Print This
Serves: 1 Prep Time: Cooking Time:
Nutrition facts: 548 calories 8.6 fat
Rating: 5.0/5
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Ingredients

Ingredients:

 32g pitted dates

32g gluten-free self-rising flour

1 vegan flax egg (1 tablespoon flax powder with 3 tablespoons of water) 

11g vegan butter or vegan spread

1/3 teaspoon gluten-free bicarbonate soda

60-80ml of water 

 Toffee Sauce:

35g coconut sugar or vegan-friendly dark brown sugar

35ml oat, or any single vegan cream

Instructions

Before you begin, I suggest you find some small baking pot if you are making just one portion, if you are making more, then maybe one use a baking wipe pot tray with a little bit butter and use non-chemic baking paper cut to the size of your pot or tray. First, take the vegan flax egg and beat it before leaving it to rest for 5 min to get thick. Then, add the sugar and flour to a different bowl and whisk it together before adding the flax egg. Whisk it all together before adding the melted butter.

Use a small pan to cook the dates, soda, and water. Let the mixture boil so the dates become slightly melted and soft. Add this mixture to the rest of the ingredients and after mixing, move it into your baking pot or tray and bake for around 30-45min at 165C depending on your oven. I baked my portion for about 35min /170C in my old oven.

 

Sauce:

 

Put the coconut sugar and cream together in a pan and on medium heat mix it together till it’s a nice smooth consistency. 

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