|Place of origin||United Kingdom|
|Main ingredients||Victoria sponge cake, apples|
Eve's pudding, also known as Mother Eve's pudding, is a type of traditional British pudding made from apples baked under a Victoria sponge cake mixture. The name is a reference to the biblical Eve. The pudding can be served with custard, cream, or ice cream It is a version of Duke of Cumberland's pudding, named after Prince William, Duke of Cumberland. The first known recipe is from 1824 and uses grated bread and grated suet.
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