Black Pudding - is generally made from pork blood and a relatively high proportion of oatmeal. It can be eaten cold, as it is cooked in production, but is often grilled, fried or boiled in its skin. White Pudding - In Scotland, white pudding can also be known as mealy pudding and does not always take the form of a sausage. It consists of suet, oatmeal, onions, and spices. Some versions of Scottish white pudding are suitable for vegans, in that they contain no animal fat, vegetable fat being used instead.
Aberdeen Buttery or Rowie – The Aberdeen Buttery or Rowie is a breakfast roll similar in style to the French Croissant. The Buttery is unique to the North East of Scotland and originated as having an extremely high fat content and made by fishermen during the long periods at sea.
Deep Fried Mars Bars (Milky Ways) – Invented in Scotland, this dish has now become famous world-wide. It is extremely high in fat and calories.
Sticky Toffee Pudding – This is a popular dessert in Scotland amongst people who have a sweet tooth. It consists of a slab of moist, date-stuffed sponge topped with a creamy toffee sauce.