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The Essential Tool For Steamed Delights: Discover Pudding Bowls

Pudding Bowls

Love the idea of homemade Christmas pudding, but lost on what dish is the best to use. All you need are pudding bowls as they are perfect for steaming all of your delicious puddings. The best part- you can choose from different sizes and materials options according to your liking. So, get ready to explore the world of delicious puddings with your new best friend, the pudding basin!

Choosing the Right Pudding Bowls

Pudding bowls might seem like simple basins, but choosing the right one can make all the difference to your steamed delights. Here’s how to make the right choice:

1. Cooking Up Options

While the classic saucepan method exists, steaming puddings can be done in pressure cookers, microwaves, or even the oven with a water bath. Make sure your chosen basin can handle your preferred cooking style.

2. Portion Perfection

Pudding basins come in all sizes, from single-serve to family-feasting options. Consider the size of puddings you typically make to avoid overflowing messes or tiny, lonely portions.

3. Handy Features

Do you crave handles for easy transport? Is a lid a must-have to keep moisture in? Think about the features that will make your pudding-making experience a breeze.

4. Double Duty

Can the basin moonlight as a mixing bowl or be used for reheating in the microwave? Versatility in bowls means you get better products at affordable prices!

Best Pudding Bowls to Buy from The Range

1. Aluminium Foil Pudding Basins

Aluminium Foil Pudding Basins
Aluminium Foil Pudding Basins | Frontceleb

This set of 6 versatile pudding bowls is the best to make up your favourite treats. These basins are made from heat-resistant aluminium foil, making them withstand high baking temperatures easily. Cooking with these bowls ensures excellent heat conductivity, so you can bake yourself a delicious treat. They come with a 1lb capacity, so you can easily use them for single-serve puddings, mini cakes, or even custards.

But these pudding bowls are more than just for sweets! They’re also great for individual casseroles, quiches, small side dishes, and even classic holiday favourites like Christmas puddings and steak and kidney pies. So, buy it today!

2. Regency Porcelain Dessert Bowl

This Regency Porcelain Dessert Bowl comes with a simple and elegant design, that completes your table setting as a whole. Made from a durable demitasse, the basin is dishwasher and microwave oven-safe for easy cleaning and convenience. Perfect for everyday refections or special occasions, this bowl is ideal for serving all your favourite sweet treats, from puddings to ice cream.

It is a beautifully coordinated bowl that makes for a sophisticated statement when paired with other pieces from the Regency Porcelain collection. So, purchase this basin from The Range today.

3. Cream Mason Cash Bowl

Cream Mason Cash Bowl
Cream Mason Cash Bowl | Frontceleb

Add an aesthetic charm to your kitchen with this Mason Cash Original Pudding Basin. With its classic off-white colour and versatility, you can easily use this bowl to bake your pudding. It is made of durable ceramic material, and is dishwasher, freezer, and microwave safe, making it a breeze to clean and use.

With a 14cm diameter and 8cm length, this is one of the best pudding bowls that you could purchase from The Range at pretty affordable prices. So, what are you waiting for? Hurry before they run out.

4. Plastic Pudding Steaming Bowl

The Whitefurze 1.2L Clear Plastic Pudding Bowl is your perfect partner for all things steaming! This is a very versatile bowl as it comes with a 1.2-litre capacity and a simple which makes it easy to cook your food. The bowl is made from strong and long-lasting plastic material which is both dishwasher and microwave-safe.

Plus, the secure clip-on lid keeps your food fresh and prevents spills. Keep in mind, that this bowl is not suitable for conventional ovens or boiling dry. For extended life and to prevent staining, avoid using it with tomato-based sauces or high-fat, sugary foods. Get this bowl today.

 Perfectly Sealing Pudding Bowls to Get the Best Results

1. Cut some paper rounds

Imagine the rim and bottom of your basin. Trace those shapes onto baking paper and cut them out.

2. Layer the paper

Place the smaller circle in the bottom of the basin, then put the larger circle on top of your pudding mixture. This keeps the aluminium foil from touching the pudding directly.

3. Wrap the foil

Take a big piece of aluminium foil, double the thickness, and cover the entire basin. It should reach halfway down the sides.

4. Make a “tent” for steam

Pinch the foil in the centre to create a little hill (about 1 cm tall, 2 cm for large basins). This allows room for steam to build without the foil bursting.

5. Tie it tight

Wrap some string around the basin, under the rim, to secure the foil. Tie it snugly so it won’t slip off while cooking.

6. Make a handle (optional)

Want an easy way to lift the basin? Cut another piece of string, loop it across the top, and tie the ends to the string you already wrapped around the basin. Repeat this in another direction to create a criss-cross handle.


Ready to create delicious steamed puddings that will have everyone asking for seconds? Look no further than The Range! We offer a fantastic selection of pudding bowls in various sizes and materials, perfect for all your steaming needs. From classic Christmas puddings to comforting treacle sponges, their pudding basins are the key to unlocking a world of delightful desserts. So visit The Range today and get ready to experience the magic of homemade puddings! For more information, explore FrontCeleb.


What are pudding bowls made of?
Most of the pudding basins are made from stoneware as it is great heat conduct while cooking.
Can you use a pudding basin in the oven?
The bowl, crafted from durable stoneware, is safe for steaming, microwaving, and washing in the dishwasher. It’s also oven-safe up to 240 degrees Celsius.
Do you serve pudding hot or cold?
Cold. While creamy puddings are usually served chilled, some like zabaglione and rice pudding may be served warm. Instant puddings don’t need boiling, so they’re quicker to prepare.

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