Pudding cake

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   I came up with this pudding cake a couple of days ago. My cousin invited me over her place. Her family is not a big cake lover, but they make cakes when they have company. So, she called me to eat their left overs. I did feel a little bit like a piggy, but the things we do for the love of cake (hihi)... 

   She had some kind of layered cake, just some basic cake sheet and some poppy seed filling. The problem was that she put the cake in the freezer (I have no idea why) and it was pretty frozen and hard. So, I had to do something to make that cake edible. And then it hit me: pudding!
  I made 2 puddings, one vanilla flavored and one caramel. I just put the hot pudding over the cake and voila! I made pudding cake...
The result was very delicious! Even my cousin (as I said she`s not a big cake eater) loved it! 
  The thing is, I don`t think I`ll be able do this at my place. We all love cake, and in 2-3 days top, there`s no sight of left overs. 
  I think you can do this with any left over cake. The only thing to remember is that the cake has to be a little hard. If you try this with a moist cake, the result won`t be the same.

 I can assure you that this pudding cake was amazing!





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28 comments :

  1. Way to improvise! Looks delicious.

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  2. Or add in some fruit and some sherry and call it a British trifle!!
    Invite me round to dinner at your place anytime, I like your style :)
    Wren x

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  3. Wow, great idea...♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/diverted/

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  4. Great idea! Have been scrambling to find things soft enough for hubby to eat since he's in the process of getting dentures (no fun:( ) -thanks for sharing the idea!

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    1. You can also try some normal biscuits and pudding. They soften very good when you put warm pudding on them !

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  5. Your pudding cake looks absolutely delicious, I really want a big bite :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  6. I'm not big on cake but this one looks yummy.

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  7. Hi Cristina, so you are a cakeaholic? Interesting! :) That cake looks yummy!

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    1. I never thought of discribing myself as a cakeaholic :)) But it`s great! And I guess I am !

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  8. Brilliant idea! I wouldn't have thought of pudding cake - great solution. It's nice to have friends that invite you over for leftovers - it's a tough job but someone has to help them out :)

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  9. Clever idea! And it looks delicious too!

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  10. Sounds easy and looks yummy! Stopping by from the Family Joy link up.

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  11. I love cake and this looks delicious!

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  12. OK, this sounds amazing! I love cake AND pudding plus caramel is my favorite sweet flavor :) Visiting from I am Pinnable

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  13. Sounds delicious! Thank you for sharing at Link It Up Wednesday!

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    1. Thank you Kileen. It`s a pleasure to attend your party.

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  14. This looks so delicious. I am not a big fan of pudding, but with cake that's a game changer.

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  15. What a great way to make a frozen dessert taste amazing. Your pudding cake looks delicious. Thank you for sharing with us at Hearth and Soul. Hope to 'see' you again this week!

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  16. This looks so delicious Cristina - I will have to try making some for the girls !!

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  17. Sounds wonderful, I love the mix of flavors. Thank you for sharing the recipe at The Really Crafty link Party this week. Pinned!

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