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This Easy Self Saucing Butterscotch Pudding Recipe is the ultimate comfort dessert! Both regular and Thermomix instructions are included
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Thermomix Self Saucing Butterscotch Pudding

This easy Thermomix Self Saucing Butterscotch Pudding is incredibly simple to make and it's the perfect comfort food dessert.
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time40 mins
Total Time1 hr
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Australian, Modern
Keyword: Desserts, Puddings, Thermomix
Servings: 8 people


  • Thermomix


  • 150 grams brown sugar
  • 190 grams self raising flour
  • 100 grams butter cubed
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 130 grams milk
  • 1 tbsp cornflour
  • 4 tbsp golden syrup
  • 375 grams boiling water


  • Preheat your oven to 180 degrees and lightly grease a 6 cup baking dish.
  • Place the cornflour and 100 grams of brown sugar into your Thermomix bowl and mix for 5 seconds, speed 6 to combine. Scrape down the sides of your Thermomix bowl and transfer the mixture to a small bowl and set aside until needed.
  • Without washing the bowl, place the butter into your Thermomix and cook for 2 minutes, 60 degrees or until melted.
  • Add the self raising flour, remaining brown sugar (50 grams), milk, vanilla extract and 2 tablespoons of golden syrup and egg to the Thermomix bowl and mix for 10 seconds, speed 4. Scrape down the base and sides of your bowl and mix for a further 5 seconds, speed 4 to combine. Transfer the mixture to your baking dish.
  • Sprinkle the cornflour and brown sugar mixture over the top of the pudding.
  • Carefully pour the boiling water over the top before popping into your oven to bake for 35 minutes or until the pudding is cooked when tested with a skewer.


  • You can use different size baking dishes for this recipe, however your cooking time will vary.
  • As there can be variances between different ovens, I suggest checking your pudding after 30 minutes of baking time to ensure that it doesn't over cook.
  • When pouring the boiling water over the pudding, slowly pour the water onto the back of a spoon to help minimise the splash back.