Upside-down pear gingerbread

There’s no better way to beat the cold than with a British pudding. The kind of sweet thing that settles in your stomach like a punch to the guts and forces you to slide from your chair and lie underneath the dining room table as if you’re a snake that just swallowed an antelope.

If you’re searching for such a thing to end your Sunday lunch this weekend, wander on over to AOL lifestyle where you’ll find a recipe for Upside-down pear gingerbread. A plateful of sticky, treacle and golden-syrup heavy gingerbread topped with a layer of sturdy pears that self-sauces as it bakes is better than a blanket for keeping you cosy.

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6 Responses to Upside-down pear gingerbread for Aol Lifestyle

  1. Sally says:

    Just my kind of pud. With custard.

  2. SN1 says:

    I had this cold with a nice cup of tea and it was delish!

  3. This looks gorgeously sticky and syrupy – absolute perfect winter warmer. Think I’d go for ice cream over custard, but cream sounds pretty good too!

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