This banana butterscotch pudding is a family favourite that we‘ve been baking for years. It’s a curious recipe because it’s a self-saucing pudding. Once the batter is made a sugar/syrup water is poured into the batter and it goes into the oven looking a mess. However, miraculously during baking the syrup becomes a delicious, thick butterscotch sauce underneath a soft, scrumptious banana cake with a crisp top. What better way to use up a blackened ripe unwanted banana?
Google ‘Bill Granger’s Banana Butterscotch Pudding’ for the recipe.