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Mar 10, 2009 05:56 PM

Sticky Toffee Pudding

I had breifly entertained the idea of making this favorite dessert of my husband's this weekend but once I looked up the reciepe and saw the words "Baking Soda", "Raw Vanilla" and "Double Boiler" I thought there must be another way... I do not like to bake- rather, Baking dislikes me.
Does anyone know any "Cheats" that I can use or any great places in the Brampton/Bolton/Woodbridge/Mississagua area that does take out for this dessert?

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      1. The Abbott Pub locations on Yonge do an awesome sticky toffee pudding (even though I care little for the more northerly location’s rude service, the Abbott on the Hill's service near Summerhill is better) and surprisingly I had a wicked take on sticky toffee pudding at Moxie's at Scarborough Town Centre. Not sure about takeout.

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        1. re: magic

          Loblaws has a great one, force myself not to buy it - so good and so rich and so...!!!!!

          1. re: Helen

            I'll second the Loblaws/Superstore recommendation for Sticky Toffee Pudding. It's very good.

            1. re: middydd

              This "Loblaw" version- is it found in the freshly prepared cakes and bagels department or the pre-packaged dessert section?

              1. re: middydd

                While the Loblaw's frozen version is not terrible, I found it more of a cake than a pudding. It wasn't sticky and moist all the way through. Still good in its own way, but didn't have the unctuousness of a really well made toffee pudding. I had it at Starfish (of all places) about a year ago and I would say that's the best one I've had outside the UK. Unfortunately that's not the area you're looking for, but for future reference....

                100 Adelaide St E, Toronto, ON M5C1K9, CA

          2. Folks, please keep responses focused on where to buy sticky toffee pudding in Toronto. Recipes should be posted on the Home Cooking board.