You would be forgiven for thinking this is a somewhat ugly dessert . . . but this is one dessert where you don't want to judge the book by it's cover, for it's fabulously delicious!
First you make a delectable blueberry, maple and cream base which is as simple as combing four ingredients together in a saucepan and bringing it to the boil. That then gets poured into the base of a casserole dish.
That then gets topped with a buttery cornmeal type of cake batter. It's a bit thick for pouring, so just dollop it carefully on top of the hot blueberry mixture.
Pop it into the oven and half an hour later you are rewarded with the most scrumptious dessert ever. Serve it warm with some softly whipped cream or a bit of vanilla ice cream on top. Gorgeous darling . . . simply gorgeous.
*Maple Blueberry Pudding Cake*Serves 6 to 8
3 TBS sugar
1/2 tsp salt1 large free range egg
I am sure some of you must be really admiring this lovely enamel coffee pot I received from Flamingo Gifts. It's the Folklore Coffee Pot Day, by Wild & Wolf Ltd. (It also comes in Night, which is all blue I believe). I just fell in love with it's bright colours and folk styling.
"A dreamy tale of curious creatures in an enchanted woodland, told without words in a lush palette of rich blues, yellows & Oranges. Ideal for the home, camping, festivals or picnics in the park."
Do hop on over to the Flamingo Gifts site. It's just wonderful. I spent hours looking at all of their giftware. There's something for just about everyone!