Paleo Malva Pudding

This has to be the most AMAZING thing I have ever baked. EVER.

For a few reasons.

1. because it is Malva Pudding

2. because it is PALEO MALVA PUDDING

3. because it still tastes EXACTLY like Malva Pudding

4. because did I mention already that it is MALVA PUDDING????!!!

For those of you who are unfortunate enough to have not grown up in the beautiful rainbow nation of South Africa.. you most likely have no idea what all the fuss is about. Well I shall try explain.. and then when I have finished you probably still won’t understand so best you just go and make this straight away.

Firstly… please click this link here to see what Malva pudding looks like when its not being photographed in really bad lightening at night half way through being eaten.

Ok… basically its a traditional South African dessert that is just super soft and gooey and sweet and warm and comforting and homely. One of my fondest memories is of me and my best friend at a school biology camp when we were about 16. We went to a Jewish school and aside from the fact that it needed to be kosher food, Jewish mothers are paranoid their little darlings will starve so there was enough food to feed an army…kosher catering knows how to feed people.  Every night there was Malva pudding for dessert. Anyways… so me and my bestest friend decided to lock ourselves away in the dining room one night and put on music and dance. But not just any music… really dumb stupid music and we were dancing like idiots on purpose and thought it was hysterically funny and didn’t stop laughing the entire time. Except for the every 10 minutes we dug our spoons into the Malva pudding… carried on dancing… another spoonful of pudding… more dancing…more laughing… more pudding and so it went on until we finally decided to go to sleep. And when we went back to the cabin we found an enormous water fight going on. In the middle of the night. Teachers included.

Bio camp was awesome.

So is Malva pudding.

For the pudding:

1 cup of almond flour

1 egg

1 cup coconut milk ( try use the watery part and keep the thicker part aside for the sauce)

3 large tsp of apricot jam

1tsp baking soda ( don’t switch this for baking powder!)

1tsp apple cider vinegar

4 tbsp butter

1 cup of medjool dates

blend everything together and bake at 180 for about 40 minutes

As soon as the pudding comes out the oven prick holes all over and pour the sauce over it.

For the sauce:

heat in a pan:

3/4 cup of coconut milk ( the thicker part)

3tbsp butter

1 tsp vanilla

 

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PLEASE for your own sake go make this now!!!!

Then maybe go do a workout 🙂

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Happy day 🙂

Amy

 

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