This pudding was the winner of The Pudding Wheel of Fortune. This is now part of a family of 6
Puddings / desserts / traditional
You can either make these as 6 individual bowls, or 1 family bowl
A large pudding bowl (around 600 ml) or 6 ramekins (around 175 ml)
If you don't have ramekins or pudding bowls, you could always use tea cups or mugs
Enough saucepans (with lids) to fit these bowls or they can be cooked in shifts You could use the ninja too, but I don't have enough experience with this yet!
String & elastic bands
100 g Ground Almonds
40 g Coconut Flour
80 g Shredded Suet
20 g Truvia / Natvia / Pure Via Sweetener (60 g Erythritol)
1 tsp Baking Powder
1 lemon, zest only
10 g Currants (chopped finely)
100 ml Almond Mil
k5 g Butter or olive oil, for greasing
Place the ground almonds, coconut flour, shredded suet, sweetener, baking powder, currants and lemon zest into a bowl and mix to combine.
Add the milk and stir to make a soft but crumbly dough
Grease a pudding bowl (or ramekins) with melted butter or olive oil and line with greaseproof paper (video of this to follow soon)
Spoon the mixture into the bowl or ramekins and gently press it in with your fingertips
Cover with a piece of folded greaseproof paper.
Put an elastic band to hold this in place. Tie around the edge of this paper also with string to secure it in place
Place the bowl or ramekins into a large lidded saucepan and fill the pan half to two-thirds of the way up the bowl or ramekins with boiling water.
Put damp tea towel over the top, completely cover all the ramekins or pudding bowl. This is ok that it's draping in the water
Cover with the lid, bring to a boil and simmer for one hour. Keep an eye on the water, so that it doesn't boil dry and that it doesn't bubble over the height of the bowl either
I set 1 alarm for 60 minutes and another alarm for every 15 minutes, as back up
Once cooked, you can leave to cool in the pan, or pull out of pan and allow to rest for 5 minutes, before turning out onto a plate and gently peel off the greaseproof paper
This pudding heats up really well in the microwave for about 20-30 seconds
Nutrition per serving
Calories 250, Fat 22 grams, Carbs (net) 4.5 grams, Protein 6 grams
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