3 Minute Micro sponge Pudding.

This is a great quick sweet fix, syrup used in this 1 but its also particularly nice with lemon curd or jam. This recipe serves 2.

50g of butter
50g of caster sugar
50g of self raising flour
1 egg
2 tablespoons of syrup/jam/lemon curd, or whatever else you prefer.

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Cream together butter and sugar
Add  egg and beat quickly,
Add  flour and fold in.
Butter/grease a bowl then add syrup/jam to bottom of bowl  then  add batter,
Cover with cling film and micro for 3 mins on high…
You can also heat the jam/syrup separately and pour over the top.

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Author: Miki's Meals On A Budget

My name is Miki, and I live healthily on a budget, I am not a vegetarian but do have many meat free days, I have a lot of love for beans, pulses, lentils and veg, so you will see many meals posted based around these ingredients. I will also post meat and fish recipes. I spend no more than £30 per week for 2 full time adults, plus my 2 elderly inlaws evening meals (I do meals on wheels for them) and my granddaughter a couple of days a week...I love food especially savory food and curries, but I do have to watch my weight so many of my recipes will be low in fat, with the odd pie thrown in lol.

2 thoughts on “3 Minute Micro sponge Pudding.”

  1. Good pudding and easy to make. I save on the washing up and mix in same bowl I microwave it in!

    Also, if you like it chocolate flavoured, replace about 10g of the self raising flour with 10g of cocoa powder.

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  2. I love microwave sponge puddings; great for a quick dessert and so many variations. I make a chocolate one by substituting part of the flour with cocoa powder (about 1 tablespoon) and adding 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder and maybe a tablespoon of milk so it isn’t too dry. You can add some choc chips as well. Another variation is to add a couple of tablespoons of sweet mincemeat for a fruit pudding.

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