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Sticky Toffee Pudding Co Review

Updated: Mar 19, 2019

Today’s Reviewsday is about sticky toffee pudding from The Sticky Toffee Pudding Co! Let me just jump straight into it; WE ARE OBSESSED.



For anyone who doesn’t know what sticky toffee pudding is, it’s a British dessert which is a super soft sponge cake covered in toffee sauce. It is delicious! Sticky toffee pudding is one of my top three desserts of all time, so, basically, it’s the best.


In England you can get sticky toffee pudding in individual sizes and it is SO readily available. Here, I haven’t seen it anywhere in stores. Also, the flavors in this dessert aren’t really something you find in the US. It’s SO sad.

I randomly looked through the yogurt section in our Walmart and found this gem. OH. MY. GOODNESS. GUYS. This stuff is THE REAL DEAL and is a heaven send! I cannot recommend this product enough. It’s a small business too, so if you find it, sweep it up! We need them to stay in business guys!



I just found out you can buy it online too! So here it is: https://stickytoffeepuddingcompany.com/


When we find “British” things made in America we tend to be excited, but so hesitant. We’ve definitely been burned by “British” products, this is THE REAL DEAL. Try it if you want something amazing!

Okay, I’m going to stop here. All I can say over and over is I LOVE IT I LOVE IT I LOVE ITTTTTTT.


EXTRA REVIEW: This company also has other desserts and yesterday we tried the Molten Chocolate Fudge Cake. It’s SO satisfying. These desserts may seem a bit small to the American gaze, but after a good dinner or a long day they are the perfect portion! The chocolate cake is just the right amount of sweet. It is not overly sweet like some chocolate cakes but is deliciously balanced. I highly recommend trying this one as well! I’m excited to taste all the flavors!

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