Recipe by Peg
"My mom use to make this when I was growing up. It's very rich so a little goes a long way. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do."
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1 1/2 cups
1 1/2 teaspoons
packed brown sugar
This is a favorite recipe for Thanksgiving and
Christmas dinners at our house. Hard to find this
recipe in cookbooks but it is really worth trying.
this was a huge mess - this recipe didn't follow any method i have seen in any recipe before!! it starts out with a weird dough, THEN you pour the butter on it?? and no eggs?! strange!
We LOVE this. I scale it down and cook it in several ramekins. I omit the sugar from the batter, and just add tiny amount of butter (1/4 tsp maybe?) to the syrup and just nuke it rather than the stove top. I make sure there is plenty of syrup and completely cover the pudding. Serve it with custard and all you will hear is "mmmmmm". This is also nice with some candied ginger added,or finely diced apple and different nuts. I think the pecans are the nicest though. Some of the reviewers comment that it is a christmas/special event treat. We eat this a couple of nights a week in winter, it is wicked. Thank you so much for submitting this recipe, it is so much more healthier than most other sticky date puddings.
I was very sceptical about this recipe but I had some dates to use up so I dedided to try it anyway. The only alterations I made were leaving out all the sugar in the cake itself (it was sweet anyway with the sugar on the dates and the v. rich sauce) and halving the sauce. It was still very sweet and yummy! Actually quite low-fat due to there being no eggs in it and only a small amount of butter in the sauce (which I halved anyway remember).
You would never guess from the finished product the weird ingredient list. Please try this cake without prior predjudice!
I had lost my own date pudding reicipe and thought I would give this a try, but it was terribly sweet (3 cups of sugar) and the natural rich taste of the dates was lost. Out of my family, three members ate it, but three of us found it inedible.
I made this for Thanksgiving dinner. Even folks who didn't like dates. I was told that I now have to bring this to every family get-together. They agreed it was better than even pecan pie. I did substitute pecans for the walnuts.
THIS RECIPE COULDNT HAVE BEEN EASIER OR MORE WONDERFUL! VERY RICH! (ALTHOUGH MY BOYFRIED ATE 3 PIECES IN A ROW). IT TASTED JUST LIKE A DESSERT AT AN AMISH RESTAURANT THAT CALLS IT "AMISH WEDDING DESSERT." I HAD BEEN LOOKING ALL OVER FOR THIS RECIPE, ALTHOUGH THEIRS HAD CHUNKS OF BANANA IN IT, I MAY TRY THAT VARIATION NEXT TIME. THANKS FOR SHARING!
another pleaser. i serve it upright but i wonder if it would be better flipped upside down?
* increased dates to 1 1/3 cups (suggest even upping to 1 2/3 c)
* cut dates in half
* eliminated nuts
* used only 4 tablespoons butter (suggest reducing further to 2 1/2 tbsp)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mom's Date Pudding Cake
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 188
** Calories from Fat: 38
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