Fruit is not a Pudding

Welcome to Fruit is not a Pudding.

This is a project for anyone with a gluten free diet who has been served one too many fruit salads when it comes to the dessert course. We have nothing against fruit per se, in fact we’re quite partial to the odd banana or the occasional cheeky kiwi; but we expect more from our desserts- fruit alone does not a pudding make!

This is a collection of our naturally gluten free pudding creations. No funny flours or strange ingredients here! We hope you find some gluten free inspiration. We also curate a collection of gluten free pudding recipes over on Pinterest.

Don’t forget, if a restaurant serves you fruit for pudding, they are a Sad Banana and should be named and shamed using ‘#fruitisnotapudding’!

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Barely Bad Butterscotch

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Bellini Blinis

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Caramelised Figs with Honeycomb Yogurt

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Cherry Cola Jellies

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Chocolate Pear Pots

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Cup of Tea Lime Pie

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Easy Mango Fool

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Eggs & Spoons

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Glasto Mud Pie

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Hokey Pokey Knickerbocker Glory

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Indulgent Chocolate Praline Torte

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Lovely Limoncello Syllabub

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Magic Jaffa Souffles

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Mango Sticky Rice Rolls

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Melting Chocolate Chinese Dumplings

Panela Pavlova with Roasted Figs & Strawberries

Panela Pavlova with Roasted Figs & Strawberries

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PBJ Icecream Sandwich

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Peanut Butter Parfait

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Persian ‘Cream Tea’ with Rose Water Biscuits

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Popty Ping Polenta Pudding

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Queen of Rice Puddings

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Spiced Coconut Rice Pudding

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Striped Meringues & Summer Cup Strawberries

White Chocolate Parfait with Raspberry Pop Shots

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Yummy Yogurt Pannacotta

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