Servings: 6 to 8
Definitely one of the best traditional desserts ever. I’ve amped up the citrus, however, to make it as bright as it is comforting. A little tart and a little sweet, this cake makes its own sauce while baking. Serve warm, with a dollop of whipped cream.
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I have followed FC for a long time & have a high level of confidence in the recipes. Sorry to say this was a flop. It was bland, pasty, colorless and all around not good. I made this for a family get together and unfortunately, threw the majority of it away.
Did not work out at all, way too sweet and the pudding never set. The flour also made it taste pasty. Not anywhere as good as the Buttermilk Pudding Cakes.
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