I've been meaning to make Eve's Pudding for some time now. I don't know why I haven't gotten around to it.
It's an English dessert and it's very easy to make. The apples are cooked for a few minutes to soften them and then they are topped with a thick fluffy cake batter. The pudding is then baked for about 35 minutes until the top of the pudding is a nice golden brown.
You can add a bit of cinnamon to the apples. I thought about it while making the pudding, but then I decided I wanted nothing to interfere with the flavour of the apples. Also, where it calls for 2 tablespoons of sugar while cooking the apples, I used 1 tablespoon white sugar and 1 tablespoon brown sugar.
The result is a delicious dessert. Eat it hot out of the oven with warm vanilla custard or ice cream if you like the hot-and-cold thing. The pudding is really good when eaten cold as well.
I used a recipe from BBC Food.