Golden Syrup Ginger Puddings

Winter has drawn to an end, and along with it the need for heavier, warming desserts after dinner.

Eeeek, hang on a second… I’d barely got started! I had mental puddings lined up, still waiting to be made. Hold off blossoming flowers, sit tight warming day time temperatures… there are puddings to be made.Β 

I wanted to make something without a whole lot of hassle, and not crazy, crazy sweet. (If you want to up the sweet, put more golden syrup in the bottom.) Easy to quickly put together and heats well over the next few days… or eaten cold in the middle of the night when hunger knocks on your door...*ahem*

Golden Syrup Ginger Puddings

200g softened butter

100g brown sugar

2 tsp cinnamon

2 beaten eggs

2 cups of flour (300g)

1/2 cup yogurt (125mls)

handful chopped uncrystallized ginger

Cream butter and sugar, add beaten eggs and remaining ingredients. In ramekins, a couple of spoonfuls of golden syrup (depends how sweet you want it) and then spoon pudding mixture on top. Place ramekins in a tray full of water in the oven. Water should come about half way up the sides of the ramekins. Bake at 190C for about 40 minutes, (cooked when a skewer comes up clean.)


25 thoughts on “Golden Syrup Ginger Puddings

  1. I will make this in the Fall! Hee hee!
    It’s knocking on the door here- cool evenings and Hot and humid days!
    These look great- but then everything you make looks great, Brydie!


  2. I’ve been dreaming of steamed puddings all winter. First I didn’t have a pudding bowl, and then some friends gave me a set of ramekins. Then the ramekins were too big for my steamer, but cooking them in a bain-marie is a great idea.

    My sister is coming to visit in just over a week. A good excuse to make some more treats.

    Would go well with lashings of custard!


  3. They look delicious, and even though we’re only supposed to be entering autumn here, we haven’t really had summer to speak of so I’m all ready for puddings! Glad to hear you approve of custard πŸ™‚


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