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Sticky Toffee Pudding with Toffee Sauce

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Recipe photo courtesy of Johnny Miller

Sticky toffee pudding is essentially a rich, moist cake permeated with a thick caramel-like sauce (with extra for serving). Most recipes say to soak the dates in hot water, but here we use coffee. It gives the pudding a surprising depth of flavor. Martha made this recipe on Martha Bakes episode 505.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, March 2013
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Ingredients

Cake

Sauce

Directions

Cook's Notes

Martha used an oval baking dish in episode 505 of Martha Bakes.

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  • Jadaa007
    9 APR, 2017
    This recipe marked my comeback to the kitchen after a long hiatus. Could nor be prouder or happier of the results. People around me kept mentioning how tasty that kind of cake is and I was adamant on making it. The recipe here is less complicated than others I found elsewhere and the coffee is a brilliant addition as it adds richness to the flavor. People that tired it raved.
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  • the messy sisters
    3 SEP, 2013
    This recipe is truly delicious. We made this, but we had a little twist to it. We made it into a cake consistency. we posted it on our website, with step by step images http://themessysisters.wordpress.com/2013/07/26/date-cake-tamr-cake/ thanks for the wonderful recipe!
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  • jle1202
    31 AUG, 2013
    This is amazing. I followed all of the instructions and didn't change anything. I baked it in a round 9" cake pan. It was extremely moist, but not under cooked. Everyone who tasted it wanted the recipe. It will be taken to many, many places in the future!
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  • reachkate
    18 MAR, 2013
    I wish i'd see vatterpa's review earlier. I made this as part of the Irish Brunch menu and cooked per the instructions. I worried all day that it was under done.. yes, it popped back up when I pushed down on it, but it remained soupy. "Pudding" is a confusing word too because there is no standard to compare - should it be a pudding like "chocolate pudding" (a thick liquid) or a pudding like Yorkshire pudding (a drier cake). I'm sure it was undercooked but it was tasty. Leftovers went on icecream
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  • vatterpa
    9 MAR, 2013
    Reaallllyyyy Good! I added a cup of pecans to mine and it was delish. It isnt as molasses-y as one would expect. Just richly dark caramel. Mine baked in a 2 qt cassarole took way longer than 25 mins, closer to 40.
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  • ewalrath
    21 FEB, 2013
    The cake portion is perfect, perfect, perfect! The sauce is really sweet and I wouldn't put it on if I were serving it right after making it. But with the sauce it is just amazing the next day when frozen. If you freeze it in single- or double- servings you only need to let it thaw for a few minutes before you eat!
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