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Caramel Dumplings

Caramel Dumplings created by Shaun M.

This is my favourite dessert to make! I think it's from a Women's Weekly cookbook of the early 80s. I don't use the salt, but leaving it there as it's part of the original recipe. Perfect in the cold weather but I love them any time but in the worst heat of summer. They're fantastic on their own but can be served with ice cream. If I'm having a craving and have no brown sugar I'll use white sugar - not quite the same but when you have a craving it's almost perfect.

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25mins
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directions

  • Rub white sugar and butter together.
  • Add flour, salt, vanilla and milk and mix through until it's a doughy consistency.
  • In a saucepan, melt the butter.
  • Add brown sugar, salt and water.
  • Bring to boil and ensure all the sugar is melted.
  • Drop tablespoonfulls of the dough mixture into the sauce.
  • Cover and simmer for 15 minutes.
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"This is my favourite dessert to make! I think it's from a Women's Weekly cookbook of the early 80s. I don't use the salt, but leaving it there as it's part of the original recipe. Perfect in the cold weather but I love them any time but in the worst heat of summer. They're fantastic on their own but can be served with ice cream. If I'm having a craving and have no brown sugar I'll use white sugar - not quite the same but when you have a craving it's almost perfect."
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  1. Shaun M.
    Caramel Dumplings Created by Shaun M.
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  2. Pink Princess
    This is my favourite dessert to make! I think it's from a Women's Weekly cookbook of the early 80s. I don't use the salt, but leaving it there as it's part of the original recipe. Perfect in the cold weather but I love them any time but in the worst heat of summer. They're fantastic on their own but can be served with ice cream. If I'm having a craving and have no brown sugar I'll use white sugar - not quite the same but when you have a craving it's almost perfect.
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