Gluten Free Sticky Date Self Saucing Pudding Recipe Thermomix its a mouthful in more ways than one, its sweet and sticky and is refined sugar free and kept low fructose as much as possible!
I was asked by one of my subscribers to create a gluten free sticky date pudding and I have finally done it. It took about four attempts, I hope he likes it.
Next week I start the I Quit Sugar Program I have done it twice before by myself but thought I would sign up and do it. So there will not be any sticky date pudding for quite a while!
This Sticky Date Pudding contains dates and coconut sugar which are high in fructose but I have cut it down quite a bit there are only 1/3 of a cup of dates and One TBS of coconut sugar which is divided into four servings so its not too bad.
I know sticky date is usually a winter dish but I think you can eat it any time of year. Its an old classic and I prefer the self saucing ones and its my dads favourite dessert.
Using buckwheat makes it a bit heavier so if you prefer a lighter pudding use a Gluten free self raising flour mix ( I use Orgran).
Thanks for reading and if you make it let me know what you think. You can pin recipe on Pinterest just click on the P icon above recipe or you can save it to your computer or print it. Gluten Free Sticky Date Self Saucing Pudding Recipe Thermomix is below.
- ¼ cup almond meal (Thermomix 20gm)
- ½ cup buckwheat flour (Thermomix 70gm)
- ¼ cup tapioca flour (Thermomix 20gm)
- 1 TBS grass fed butter (Thermomix 10gm)
- ⅓ cup dates (Thermomix 45gm)
- ½ cup boiling water (Thermomix 110gm)
- ½ tsp bi carb soda (baking soda)
- 1tsp vanilla extract
- 1 egg
- 1tsp apple cider vinegar
- 1¼ cups boiling water
- 2 TBS grass fed butter
- 1 TBS coconut sugar
- 3 TBS rice malt syrup (or less if you prefer)
- Boil water in kettle
- Slice dates and remove any random seeds and place in a glass or ceramic bowl with butter
- Cover dates with water then sprinkle bi carb soda over the top let sit for 15 to 20 mins until soft
- In a food processor or mix by hand put in the date mixture and add egg, and vanilla mix until dates have been chopped into tiny pieces.
- Add flours and vinegar and mix on medium to high speed until all ingredients are well blended.
- Pre heat oven to 180c (356F)
- Grease 4 ramekins or a small casserole dish and place on a baking tray in case sauce over flows (you dont want a sticky oven)
- Boil kettle again
- Divide batter evenly between ramekins
- In a glass or ceramic jug ( I use one with measurments on it) pour in boiling water then add butter, coconut sugar and rice malt syrup, stir to combine and wait until butter has melted.
- With a large spoon pour even amounts of the sauce over back of spoon onto pudding mixture (so it doesn't break it)
- Cook in the oven for 35 mins or until golden brown and pudding is cooked.
- Thermomix Instructions
- Boil kettle
- Put dates into bowl, press the centre of each one to check for seeds.
- Add butter and water to dates then sprinkle bi carb soda over the top of mixture.
- Let sit for 15 to 20 mins until dates have softened.
- Pre heat oven and grease 4 ramekins or a small casserole dish and place on an oven tray ( you dont want a sticky oven if sauce over flows)
- Add egg and vanilla and mix on speed 6 for 10 seconds
- Add flours and vinegar and mix on speed 4 for 15 seconds
- Boil kettle for sauce
- follow steps as above for traditional method