Syrup Sponge Pudding - 6 Minute Microwave Recipe

In a hurry and want a super-fast dessert? Then this Syrup Sponge Pudding 6 Minute Microwave Recipe is for you.

If you prefer treacle then, of course, you can use that instead of syrup, or jam even it's entirely up to you.

Syrup Sponge Pudding

Take no notice of the horrid looking custard - yes it was a packet mix, after all, I was in a hurry 😉

I'm not normally a one for cooking things just by microwave. However, when you just feel the need to eat syrup sponge pudding and it can be done in 6 minutes in the microwave then you have to do these things.

Steaming a sponge pudding in the traditional way would usually take just under 2 hours, so there's a huge difference in timings.

Sponge puddings are a British favourite and are available ready-made to pop into the microwave but you'll find the portion sizes are tiny. If you're going to eat this you want a decent serving and always with hot custard.


Top Tip!

If you're not sure of the size of your pudding bowl, fill a measuring jug to the 1-litre line with tap water. However much water your bowl takes, that's the size of it in litres.

Syrup Sponge Pudding - 6 Minute Microwave Recipe
Serves 4
Ingredients:
a glass 1-litre pudding bowl
150g self-raising flour
a pinch of salt< 50g caster sugar 50g Atora suet 1 egg 150ml milk 

Method:
Mix the flour and salt, stir in the sugar and suet. Make a well in the centre and add the beaten egg and milk. Mix to a soft dropping consistency.

Grease your glass pudding bowl with a little butter and put the syrup in the bottom (you could use jam or treacle if you fancy it).

Pour in the pudding mixture on top of the syrup or jam. Microwave for 6 minutes on HIGH - based on a 1000w microwave.

Syrup Sponge Pudding



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Microwave Syrup Sponge Pudding

Microwave Syrup Sponge Pudding

Syrup sponge pudding is best served with custard.
prep time: 2 Mcook time: 6 Mtotal time: 8 M

ingredients:

  • a glass 1-litre pudding bowl
  • 150g self raising flour
  • a pinch of salt
  • 50g caster sugar
  • 50g Atora suet
  • 1 egg
  • 150ml milk
  • 100ml Lyle's golden syrup

instructions:

How to cook Microwave Syrup Sponge Pudding

  1. Mix the flour and salt, stir in the sugar and suet. 
  2. Make a well in the centre and add the beaten egg and milk. Mix to a soft dropping consistency. 
  3. Grease your glass pudding bowl with a little butter and put the syrup in the bottom (you could use jam if you fancy it).
  4. Pour in the pudding mixture on top of the syrup or jam.
  5. Pour in the pudding mixture on top of the syrup or jam. Microwave for 6 minutes on HIGH - based on a 1000w microwave. 
  6. That's it, job done.
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10 comments

  1. Sorry I've been missing for awhile! Be back very soon :)

    love the new layout!

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  2. wow.. very quick & delicious.. thxs for sharing..

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  3. It looks great! I've never heard of it and would love to try it!

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  4. Oooh that looks gorgeous and tasty, 6 minutes too sounds even better!!

    Weirdly I don't think I've ever cooked with suet so will be good to experiment!

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  5. Delicious Pud Jan, just what you need on this cold and wet day. Lucie x

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  6. My Mum used to make this for my Grandad - it was his favorite pudding. Sometimes she would make a lemon curd sponge - that was good too

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  7. I love anything made with golden syrup, the pud looks very tempting.

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  8. How did I miss this one - must have been busy.

    Haven't made syrup sponge in 13 years (was making by them in a bistro then)- your 6 minute version definitely beats waiting. Will be trying this!

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  9. Syrup sponge, one of my all time favourite puds, I can't believe you cooked a suet pud in 6 mins. Why did I never think of using the microwave instead of all that steaming? Duh!

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Jan