Hot puddings from Brakes

25 November 2008
Hot puddings from Brakes

Caterers can help keep their customers warm during the winter months with Brakes' selection of hot desserts such as Plum and Almond Streusel Pudding.

A light almond sponge comes with plum halves and plum jam and is sprinkled with a cinnamon and oat streusel topping. The pudding (200g) is described as having a homemade appearance and a generous portion size and can be prepared in just over a minute in the microwave.

The Individual Baked Jam Roly Poly Pudding (160g) is an individual rolled suet pudding with a sweet raspberry jam filling, while the Chocolate Orange Marmalade Pudding is a moist Seville orange pudding with a rich chocolate orange sauce. The pre-portioned pudding is microwavable in one minute and, as with all the hot desserts, it is supplied in packs of 12.

Another sweet option is the Gingerbread Pudding (190g), a sponge made from stem ginger, topped with rich syrup and served with custard.

On the chilled front, Brakes offers a selection of sorbets including Champagne, mango and raspberry flavours in two-litre tubs.

Or for a healthy alternative try serving the Frozen Dark Fruit Medley and Bramley Apple & Rhubarb Medley fruit bowls supplied in 1kg packs.

To buy it, callBrakes0845 606 9090

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