Cabinet Pudding refers to a classic baked or steamed English dessert made with bread, cake, custard and dried fruit. It is a pudding made of gelatine, milk, eggs, macaroons in mold with whipped cream. Moreover, it is a dessert is made with layers of bread, cake or ladyfingers which may be soaked with liqueur, dried fruit and custard. The pudding is baked, unmolded and usually served with Creme Anglaise. Another version of Cabinet Pudding uses gelatin and whipped cream and rather than being baked or steamed, it is just chilled until set. It is either served served warm or chilled. Cabinet Pudding is thought to have originated in the 18th century.

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