Sticky toffee pudding is the nation’s favourite dessert, according to a poll.
Almost fractional the sweet-toothed adults asked to prime their apical pudding voted for the dish.
The English and the Scots some laic assertion to the invention of the pudding, a sticky sponge with chopped dates and a buttery toffee sauce, which roseate to popularity successful the 1970s.
In 2nd spot was the cocoa eclair.
The pome crumble, a crockery which appeared successful Britain during the Second World War, came successful a adjacent third.
A jam roly-poly, 1980s classical Black Forest gateau and millionaire’s shortbread were besides among the favourites.
Almost fractional the sweet-toothed adults asked to prime their apical pudding voted for sticky toffee arsenic their favourite
The 25 champion puddings according to sweet-toothed Brits
1. Sticky toffee pudding - 47 per cent
2. Chocolate eclairs - 39 per cent
3. Apple crumble - 38 per cent
4. Profiteroles - 38 per cent
5. Chocolate mousse - 33 per cent
6. Millionaire’s shortbread - 32 per cent
7. Apple pastry - 30 per cent
8. Strawberry cheesecake - 29 per cent
9. Lemon meringue pastry - 26 per cent
10. Black Forest gateau - 25 per cent
11. Jam roly poly - 25 per cent
12. Eton messiness - 24 per cent
13. Rice pudding - 24 per cent
14. Trifle - 24 per cent
15. Banoffee pastry - 23 per cent
16. Chocolate fondant - 22 per cent
17. Churros with cocoa - 21 per cent
18. Creme brulee - 20 per cent
19. Cherry pastry - 19 per cent
20. Tiramisu - 19 per cent
21. Jelly and crystal pick - 19 per cent
22. Arctic rotation - 18 per cent