Autumnal pudding recipes
Nothing says autumn better than a scrumptious, seasonal pudding.
If you fancy a spot of autumn baking, we've pulled together some delicious recipes so that you can enjoy the rich tastes and aromas of the season:
This recipe for blackberry and apple upside-down cake is excellent with a cup of tea, but makes a terrific dessert if served warm with custard.
This zesty, warming pudding is the perfect dish for an autumnal evening. We think it would be especially tasty after a long walk out in the countryside - perfect comfort food.
This recipe for a caramel apple tart is perfect for an autumn treat.
Serve warm with sweetened whipped cream.
This recipe uses Bramley apples, celebrating the memory of Mary Anne Brailsford.
The puff pastry top makes the pudding look like a comfy cushion - we don't suggest you sit on it though.
For a warming autumnal pudding, try this easy recipe for mulled wine pears.
The pears are best served at room temperature with hot syrup and a dollop of crème fraiche.
Use up left over marmalade with this deliciously tempting Victorian marmalade pudding.
Make sure you used a really good marmalade for the best flavour.
This steamed pudding recipe originates from Killerton, the 18th-century house set in the East Devon countryside.
The person who named it thought the pudding shape reminded them of Dolbury Hill, which rises behind the house. This is a handy recipe for using up any mincemeat left over from Christmas.
These chocolate swirl meringues are an easy way to impress your friends.
This recipe makes about 30 large meringues, but could easily be scaled down if you don't need that many.
For a delicious sweet treat try our butterscotch pudding.
If you can resist the urge to devour it all in one sitting, it keeps in the fridge for up to 3 days.