The winter weather has arrived in Melbourne which means it’s time for pudding, this Gluten Free Banana Puddings with Butterscotch sauce to be exact! These gluten free puddings are a great dessert to share with friends or just because you like bananas.
Like a lot of my recipes, you can easily substitute the gluten free flour for normal flour if you don’t need to follow a gluten free diet. Be sure to warm the puddings up and serve with a scoop of ice cream. If you run out of ice cream, a dollop of cream also goes nicely.
How about you give them a try this weekend? Feel free to share your baking efforts with me by tagging me on my Instagram account or Facebook page. Enjoy the rest of your week and thanks for reading.
Every now and then I put in a request for these delicious Gluten Free Chocolate Molten Cakes.
It was the first dessert Jesse made for me when we were dating so they hold a special place in my heart. They also taste amazing with a liquid chocolate centre. Yum.
I would highly recommend you eat them warm with a scoop of ice cream (or cream if you fancy). Oh and if you’re a chocoholic you will definitely love them!
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Monday night I decided I wanted to bake so I made these Gluten Free Mini Sticky Date Cakes!
I also decided to try an orange caramel sauce drizzled over the top compared to the more traditional sauce. It wasn’t as sweet as I sometimes find the traditional butterscotch/caramel sauce. So I managed the full cake + a scoop of vanilla ice cream just for good measure.
By Tuesday night I decided I needed Sticky Date Cake number 2. This time with the traditional sauce. Now the last mouthful was almost too much but you just can’t go past the traditional sauce. So here’s the recipe for the cakes with both types of sauce in case you feel like baking this week too.