Christmas pudding is a traditional item on the Christmas tables. Recipes include the classic stove top steamed pudding and a modern frozen ice cream pudding.
This Christmas pudding is fabulous served with custard, whipped cream or ice cream. This is quicker than a classic pudding.
This is so nice for us that live down under. Who wants HOT Plum Pudding when it's so hot here?! This is special. Just for us folk that still want xmas pud, without heating the house up. Everyone loves it and asks for the recipe so often I thought I would share it with all of you. Enjoy!!
Traditional Christmas Pudding is delicious, but in the hot weather it can be a bit heavy. In NZ and Australia, it's probably best left for a Mid-Winter Christmas Feast. Here is a New Zealand Christmas Pudding suitable for the hotter weather.
A delicious chocolate ice cream and fruit alternative to the traditional English hot plum pudding, also known as Australian Christmas pudding. Kids love it. Any dried or glace fruits can be used or you can use fruit mince as well. You can use a pudding basin or a bundt pan for this recipe.
This cold ice cream pudding makes a cool - yet still special - alternative to boiled Christmas pudding. Perfect for summer!
We worked out the other day this recipe is probably from around 1890. They used breadcrumbs to pad it out back then and my mother-in-law still does that. It tastes fantastic. Best if you can make it two weeks ahead.
This is a simple one bowl small ice cream Christmas pudding perfect for a small family dinner on a hot day.
My Grandmother made these with me as a child, and they are always a HUGE hit!
Chocolate ice cream mixed with spices and a mixture of fruit , then covered with vanilla ice cream mixed with red and green glace cherries in the shape of a traditional Christmas pudding.
Serve this rich, moist pudding with custard or cream on any special occasion, but for Christmas choose one of the traditional butters or sauces (see footnote). To follow Grandma's tradition of adding coins to the pudding, you can clean decimal coins by boiling them and slip them in just before serving. Create slits for the coins with a thin, sharp knife.