TWD- Real Butterscotch Pudding

For this weeks almost late posting, Donna of Spatulas, Corkscrews & Suitcases chose Real Butterscotch Pudding on page 386 of Baking From My Home To Yours by Dorie Greenspan.

This uses the same technique as the chocolate pudding posted back in July.  As long as you have a generous bowl on your food processor it is so easy.

pc230351Thankfully, I am lucky enough to have a 12 cup processor.  I ‘had’ to crack open the bottle of Bushmills.  In my house there is a definite preference toward Irish Whiskey rather than Scotch- but with a name like Moriarty what would you expect?

Matt was cross I was using his good tipple for cooking but was appeased when I told him it was just a nip.

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This is nice and silky and the whiskey is a really interesting flavour note, but just too sweet for me (and Matthew).    Patrick however had to be restrained from having a 4th bowl.

Now take a break from the Christmas baking to check out the TWD blogroll.  Merry Christmas!

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6 responses to “TWD- Real Butterscotch Pudding

  1. Looks wonderful.

    Was he uncross when he tasted the pudding?

  2. I loved this pudding it is sweet but like Patrick I have to restrain myself! Yours looks great.

  3. We thought it was just perfect (although my 11-year-old thought it got just a bit too alcoholic at the bottom)!

  4. merry chirstmas! patrick has good taste! 🙂

  5. The pudding looks great, I just made mine today. By the way…oh do I wish I had a food processor the size of yours!!

  6. Yum! This looks so good! And a high capacity food processor is a wonderful thing, NO? Happy New Year!

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