If you were a traditional English pudding what would you be? Of course, as a US citizen, I can’t say I’ve eaten an English pudding and had to Google them all! In case you need to know:

Sticky toffee pudding, also known as sticky date pudding in Australia and New Zealand, is an English dessert consisting of a moist sponge cake, made with finely chopped dates, covered in a toffee sauce and often served with a vanilla custard or vanilla ice-cream. Wikipedia

Bread and butter pudding is a traditional bread pudding popular in British cuisine. Slices of buttered bread scattered with raisins are layered in an oven dish, covered with an egg custard mixture seasoned with nutmeg, vanilla, or other spices, then baked. Wikipedia

Eton mess is a traditional English dessert consisting of a mixture of strawberries, meringue, and whipped cream. First mentioned in print in 1893, it is commonly believed to originate from Eton College and is served at the annual cricket match against the pupils of Harrow School. Wikipedia

Trifle is a layered dessert found in British and other cuisines. Made with a thin layer of sponge fingers commonly soaked in sherry or another fortified wine, custard and a fruit element, the contents of a trifle are highly variable; many varieties exist, some forgoing fruit entirely and instead using other ingredients, such as chocolate, coffee or vanilla. Wikipedia

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