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{Monthly Sweet Tooth} Malva pudding

{Monthly Sweet Tooth} Malva pudding

Christmas malva pudding

Hi friends, did you have a good weekend? I had a busy but lovely weekend, I’ll share some pics tomorrow. So today it’s time for another Sweet Toothpost and I really hope you like today’s recipe as it’s an all time South African favourite! If you don’t know what Malva pudding is, well it’s a deliciously sweet dessert with a moist sponge base and a caramelised sauce. It’s probably most similar to the English Sticky Toffee pudding. This particular recipe is incredibly easy to make so I highly recommend it! It’s great for a Winter’s evening to warm you up, essentially the perfect dessert for a White Christmas!I decided to style the shoot with Christmas in mind and hopefully have given you a few decor ideas! Simple linen, candles and white roses to create an elegant but relaxed table setting. Add a fun DIY wreath in the background for a playful touch.

Christmas malva pudding

Christmas malva pudding

Malva pudding
250ml cake flour
250ml sugar
2,5ml bicarbonate of soda
125ml milk
15ml brown vinegar
15ml apricot jam
1 egg
1tsp vanilla essence

* Mix all the ingredients together well and pour into a well greased dish.
* Bake in preheated oven at 180° C for 20 minutes.
* Makes enough for about six small servings

Sauce
250ml milk
190ml sugar
60ml butter
5ml vanilla essence

* Put all the ingredients in a saucepan and heat gently to dissolve.
* Pour the sauce over the pudding when it comes out of the oven.
* Once the pudding has soaked up all the sauce, it’s ready to be eaten!
And that’s it, so very easy! Eat the pudding while warm, serve with cream or ice cream! It’s truly delicious and you’ll be having seconds for sure! I normally double the quantity to make a nice big dish.

All photography: by me

Christmas malva pudding

Christmas malva pudding

Christmas malva pudding

Christmas malva pudding

Tablecloth and napkins, glass vase, wooden block and candles available from Pezula Interiors


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  1. Signe

    6 December

    That looks so yummy and lovely styling 🙂

  2. colores

    6 December

    LOVELY PICTURES AND YUMMY RECIPE!!! thanks a lot! kisses

  3. Lana

    6 December

    Hot hot hot, Lana, super-stylist, gorgeous in the kitchen and out of it!!

    Hope you are well x L

  4. classiq

    6 December

    it looks delicious. lovely pics!

  5. Carmia

    6 December

    Absolutely NOTHING like warm home-made malva pudding straight from the oven – thanks!

  6. Charlotta Ward

    6 December

    Hi Lana!
    Loving this shoot and the styling!
    That pinboard with the white frame is gorgeous – is it a DIY project or 'ready-made-purchase'?

    Fabulous feast an so much inspiration. Clever girl!

    xx Charlotta

  7. Megan

    6 December

    YUM YUM YUM! Looks divine, and love the pics! 🙂

  8. cape fiction

    6 December

    Gorgeously styled, and the b & w photos are lovely! 🙂

  9. THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE

    7 December

    This sounds positively delish! Fabulous photos, Lana. Glad you had a wonderful weekend 🙂

  10. mydesignchic

    7 December

    This looks delish…and the styling…fabulous!!

  11. Kim

    7 December

    Looks delicious Lana and beautiful styling too. Can't wait to try it – still often make your lemon cupcakes – yummy!

  12. {Marianna}

    7 December

    YUMMY YUMMY YUMMY! Love the mise an place and the white frame with vintage images. ^__^ Hugs, Marianna

  13. Janine

    10 December

    Besides this malva being ultra YUM, that pin board with the white frame is so damn GORGEOUS. Got to have me one!

  14. rym

    12 December

    beautiful styling, everything is perfect, the candles, the colors, the flowers, the pinboard idea..and the cake of course! lovely..

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