Thursday, November 12, 2009

Mini Christmas Puddings

I'd like to share with you a gorgeous recipe sent to me by the lovely Maureen from CrazyQstitcher. I made these scrummy little puds over the weekend. They would be great to take along to a Christmas celebration.
You could make some of these now, and pop them in the freezer, as you know how hectic christmas time can be.

Ingredients
1 x 800g bought dark fruit cake
1 x 375g dark chocolate
small amount of alcohol (I used 1/4 cup Bundaberg rum)
small bar of white chocolate


Crumble the fruitcake, heat enough alcohol to moisten and flavour same. Melt dark chocolate and stir into cake. Both alcohol and chocolate need to be hot so the chocolate does not set.

Roll into balls and decorate with melted white choc and tizz up with green and red for holly. (I used some christmas sprinkles - holly leaves and berries).


If you put your index finger to thumb, this is the size of the ball.

Green/red cherries cut into little bits are good for holly leaves, ...or lolly snakes, jubes not rolled in extra sugar are okay too.
Puddings are very rich and will freeze.

Enjoy!

Sandi xx
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8 comments:

Sandrine said...

Wow these little puddings looks fabulous and when I see chocolate being the main ingredient ...Thanks for sharing Sandi:)

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Thanks Sandi...these are cool, and very cute too♥x

Lyn said...

mmmm might have to make some of those, we have friends coming for mulled wine and mince pies on 6th December, bet they would love to try these.Thanks;-)
Love
Lyn
xxx

Lynne said...

Ohhh these look scumptious. I'll have to give them a try.

Guðrún said...

These are just for display they are so beautiful.

Leah (mummy made it) said...

Yum, these look very good, I think I came across this recipe last year but never made it. Plus you are very organised and reminds me to get myself organised!!!

Christy said...

hi sandi, these sweet little puddings look so pretty and scrumptious! thank you for sharing!

Jelly Wares said...

These look delicious!! Thanks for sharing the recipe.... Will definitely be giving it a go this festive season...

Take Care...
Jodie :)