Whats your fave pudding [ that your mother made for you]

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  1. megs233

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    Whats your fave pudding
     
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    Custard
     
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    Jam roly poly..The original stuff made with Suet. With hot Ambrosia Devon custard.
     
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    was a long time ago now. spotted dick and custard
     
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    megs what was yours?
     
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    lemon sauce saucing pud
     
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    Bread and butter pudding.... roly poly..... Treacle sponge ...........oh Doris the lisy=t is endless but used to look forward to rice pudding midweek. Mother always had something on the go for us.
     
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    oh god im sooooooooooooooooooooo hungry now! we had one every sunday to be honest cant remember others,, we lost her when i was 12,,,but ive such a thing for custard!!
     
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    lol
     
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    A thread not about banning never :D

    Jam Tart and Custard
     
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    hush u if one word appears i get it removed lol
     
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    Absolutely anything with coconut in it
     
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    CINAMON RICE... mom use to make before school in the morning
     
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    PICK a poison ....WHATS YOUR PFREFERNCE?????
     
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    Add a sprinkle of pecan nut, and its a bliss on a spoon :)
     
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    What, just custard? no cake with it?
     
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    mummy used to make rice puddings with bits of bread in it and a skin on top, we never had much in those days!
     
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    My mum was a lousy cook . Highlight of the week was a tin of peaches or apricots for Sunday tea !
     

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