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This was so amazing! I would double to sauce to have enough. Also, I baked mine in an 8 inch round casserole/souffle dish (because it was all I had) and it was the perfect size. I then poured some of the sauce on top and let it sit for about 20 minutes while we ate dinner. That was the perfect amount of time to let the sauce absorb. We then scooped it out and added more sauce. RAVE REVIEW!

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Feingold Mom November 20, 2007

i had this at the whole foods market and i had to find the recipe it is a wow recipe i put pecans in the sauce and and 2 teaspoons instant coffee in the batter great stuff guys also i cooked in muffin pans sonce that was the way they had it at whole foods

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Dienia B. December 13, 2005

Bloody marvelous!! Take Normaone's advice and make the extra amount of sauce. Had a worrying moment when I mixed the date mixture with the flour, etc as the mix turned purple!! Still, the finished item was the proper colour. If you hear a loud clanging sound as you make the sauce, don't be concerned, it's just the sound of you arteries clanging shut! A seriously naughty pudding.

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Stuart Hemming April 23, 2003
Carol's Sticky Toffee Pudding