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Sticky Banoffee Pudding

Impress your dinner party guests with this gorgeous and delicious Sticky Banoffee Pudding.

This recipe upgrades a great British classic, sticky toffee pudding, with a dash of Sugar and Crumbs Banana Split Natural Flavoured Icing Sugar (or any flavour of your choice).

What is Sticky Banoffee Pudding?

Sticky toffee pudding is an English dessert consisting of a very moist sponge cake, covered in a toffee sauce and often served with a vanilla custard or vanilla ice-cream. We have upgraded this traditional dessert with our delicious Sugar and Crumbs Natural Flavoured Icing Sugars.

The combination of a light, fluffy banana sponge with rich, fudgy dates, fresh banana and a drizzle of toffee sauce is seriously indulgent.

You can store them up to 3 days in the refrigerator. In addition, you can also try our other Natural Flavoured Icing Sugars in our range, giving them a delightful twist of flavour.

If you would like to check our full range of Natural Flavoured Icing Sugars and Cocoa Powders click here.

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170g Dates
285ml Boiling Water
1 Teaspoon Bicarbonate of Soda
60g Butter
85g Caster Sugar
85g Sugar and Crumbs Banana Split Natural Flavoured Icing Sugar
225g Plain Flour
1 Taspoon Baking Powder
1 Egg
1 Teaspoon Vanilla Essence
60g Butter
85g Soft Brown Sugar
50ml Double Cream
To serve
Chopped Banana


1. Preheat the oven to 190° C, 180° C fan, 350 F, Gas mark 4.

2. Start by preparing the dates, cut in half to remove the stones, then chop into small pieces (as a rough guide, chop each date into 8 pieces). Place in a jug, pour over the 285ml boiling water and stir through the bicarbonate of soda. Set aside.

3. Then, cream together the butter, caster sugar, Sugar and Crumbs Banana Split Natural Flavoured Icing Sugar (or any flavour of your choice) and egg, until pale and fluffy. Add the flour and baking powder, mix again, and then finally add the vanilla essence.

4. Pour the date liquid and dates into the mixture and beat really well to combine. The resulting mixture is supposed to be really wet, so don’t worry about that. Then transfer to a 9” baking dish, place in the oven and bake for 50 minutes until well-risen, nicely brown and firm to the touch.

5. To make the sauce, measure out the butter and brown sugar into a small saucepan and melt over low heat. Once you have a nice smooth sauce with no grains of sugar remaining, pour in the double cream and stir well to combine.

6. Serve the warm pudding straight away with a drizzle of toffee sauce, a few slices of chopped banana and a squirt of whipped cream.

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