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Christmas pudding ice cream

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From succulent turkey to love-them-or-hate-them Brussels sprouts, lots of foodie traditions make Christmas lunch what it is.

While things like Boxing Day sandwiches and bubble and squeak are classic ways to use up some leftovers, other foods can be more difficult to save.

This unique ice cream is a great way to turn uneaten Christmas pudding into a tipsy treat to brighten up the days before New Year.


200g Christmas pudding

3 tbsp Fenlands Toffee Vodka (or Baileys liqueur)

10 glacé cherries, chopped

100g shortbread biscuits, crumbled

Vanilla ice cream


1. Put a glass bowl in the freezer for 10 minutes.

2. Break the Christmas pudding into little pieces. Pop in a bowl and drizzle over Fenlands Toffee Vodka (or Baileys, or other spirit of your choice).

3. Add the glacé cherries to the Christmas pudding with the crumbled shortbread biscuits.

4. Spoon the ice cream into the frozen bowl and combine with the other ingredients. Serve immediately or freeze until required.

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