I had an incredible dessert at a local restaurant earlier this month, served with caramel sauce and fried sage leaves. I cannot, it seems, turn up a recipe for something that looks as if it would turn out a similar product. This was a pumpkin PUDDING cake, with a soft, moist texture somewhat similar to sticky toffee pudding, not a bread pudding, and not a mini bundt cake, not a molten interior cake. Pudding cakes are moist, tender, and usually contain only a little flour, but lots of eggs, butter, and milk. Does anyone have such a recipe they can reliably recommend? I'm considering altering a recipe I have for vanilla pudding cake, but thought I'd ask here first.