How to make a St. Patrick's Day Guinness Pudding
- 150g dates, de-stoned
- 100ml water
- 100ml Guinness (or any other Irish stout, of course)
- 2 Heritage eggs, beaten
- 1 tbsp bicarbonate of soda
- 75g Heritage butter
- 180g sugar
- 180g self raising flour
- 90g cream
- 90g butter
- 90g brown sugar
- A little blackcurrant liqueur (optional)
- A little Guinness (or other Irish stout)
This incredible creation will suit everyone down to the ground for St. Patrick’s Day - the ultimate treat those with a slightly boozy sweet tooth.
Fold the date mixture into the flour and egg mixture until well combined; then move this into the greased tin. Place in the oven for 40 minutes - the mixture should be risen and thoroughly cooked.
Bring butter, cream, sugar, and splash of Guinness to the boil in a pan. Place the blackcurrant liqueur in, mix together.
To serve, cut the bake into slices and drizzle over the sauce. There we have it - an irresistible slice of goodness to enjoy this St. Patrick’s Day. Perfectly accompanied by a good ol’ dollop of vanilla ice-cream or double cream.