We probably all agree that dessert is the best part of eating out…
Britain has a deep-routed love for puddings but when it comes to naming the best, one dish came out on top.
In a poll conducted by Olive Magazine, the humble apple crumble took the title of Britain’s favourite pudding.
A classic recipe an apple crumble usually consists of some slowly stewed apples topped with a sweet, crunchy crumble topping -usually made from flour, butter and sugar but nuts and oats are occasionally added too.
Rhubarb is a popular alternative to apples in crumbles
Out of 1,400 people, 18 per cent voted for crumble as the winning dessert but the competition was tough.
Following in a close second place was the deliciously indulgent sticky toffee pudding, which had 12 per cent of the vote, and in third place was another retro-classic – bread and butter pudding, with 11 per cent.
The survey also revealed the most-hated desserts list, and it may cause some controversy… Top of the list was Tapioca, a dish that is similar to rice pudding and popular in South America.
Over 30 per cent of the participants voted this as their least favourite pudding.
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Participants were also asked what dessert they thought should be served at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.
Now all we can think about is pudding – oops!
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