|Place of origin||United Kingdom|
|Region or state||Malvern, Worcestershire|
|Main ingredients||Apples or other seasonal fruit, custard|
|Cookbook:Malvern pudding Malvern pudding|
Malvern pudding is a traditional pudding from the English town of Malvern in Worcestershire. It is a baked dish made with apples or other seasonal fruit and custard although variations exist.
It was listed as one of the ten most "threatened puddings" after a survey conducted by UKTV Food. A so-called Malvern pudding features prominently in Carol Shields' award-winning novel The Stone Diaries, although the description of the recipe in the novel matches that of summer pudding.
- Information Britain Retrieved 5 June 2010
- BBC Hereford and Worcester Retrieved 5 June 2010
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- Great British Puddings.com Retrieved 12 May 2012
- Wainwright, Martin, 24 July 2006. "Chips are down for Britain's classic dishes" (The Guardian). Retrieved 5 July 2010.
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