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very easy to make. very delicious to eat. uses some of my lovely easy ingredients, condensed milk and self rising flour. we enjoyed this recipe and will continue to make this and think of Pets"R"us with love and sadness when we make and enjoy this recipe.

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mandabears July 18, 2011

HHHHMMMMMMMM!! Delish! Made this last night. Very easy! Remember to stiry condensed milk while heating, as mine started to stick to bottom of saucepan a bit, and I didn't use quite as much brown sugar on top, as it seemed to be heaps - I probably used about 3/4 cup. Highly recommend, the kids are begging me to make it again, and dinner guest wants the recipe :)

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Dydee May 11, 2008

This was my first self-saucing pudding and it was perfect. I did substitute ground cashenuts for hazelnuts. Didn't dust the pudding with extra sugar as this was sweet enough for us. Even though the recipe takes a little while to put together - the final treat is worth it! Thanks.

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Sunbeam September 20, 2004

A really nice dessert. I need to learn how to cut back sugar a bit on these self-saucing desserts, but am so afraid of ruining the 'sauce'. Thanks Pets.

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evelyn/athens June 17, 2003

I never made a self-saucing pudding before, and wasn't sure what to expect. Well, I was very pleased. This is a delicious dessert. The pudding forms a cake-like top, and the rich sauce is underneath the top layer. When you scoop all the way down to serve, you get both pudding and sauce in the bowl. A real treat. Thanks for sharing.

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PanNan June 09, 2003
Self-Saucing Butterscotch Pudding