13th Dec 2022

The best pud recipes this Christmas

The best pud recipes this Christmas


It’s that time of year and we’re feeling festive! So, here are some ways that you can incorporate puds into your Christmas menus🎄

Simplified Pigs in Blankets Toad In The Hole

Grab yourself 4 of our large Yorkshire puddings, 8x rashers of bacon, 8x sausages and your preferred vegetable sides😍

This classic dish is so simple, yet so delicious. Start off by preparing your chosen vegetable sides, You’ll then need to wrap your bacon around the sausages, and cook in the oven for 20-25 minutes. Add your puds alongside your pigs in blankets and cook for a further 5 minutes.Once cooked, add 2 pigs in blankets to each pud and serve up with your vegetable sides (don’t forget the gravy!) 🤣







Pud Pie Canapes

This gorgeous recipe is perfect for a festive snack and it only uses a few ingredients! You’ll need 4 of our large Yorkshire puds, 1x diced onion, 500g of beef mince, a sprig of rosemary, 1x stock cube, Worcestershire sauce, 1 tbsp of brown sauce, 500ml of gravy, 300ml of bechamel sauce and your preferred amount of cheese!

You will need to soften the onion in olive oil over a medium heat, and in another pan, brown off the mince and then add the onion. Crumble in the stock cube, add the rosemary and stir before adding the Worcestershire sauce, brown sauce and gravy 🍖

Next, stir everything together and simmer for 20 minutes, then pile into your Yorkshire puds before topping off with the bechamel sauce and cheese. Finally, bake or air fry for 15-20 minutes at 180 degrees. Serve up and enjoy!







Brussel Sprout Puds

This recipe is quick, ideal for sprout lovers and a great side dish at the dinner table!

All you need is 6x of our puds, 3 tbsp of Marmite, 500g of brussel sprouts and 100g of unsalted butter. Putting it together is simple: beat the butter and Marmite together until smooth, then form it into a log on parchment paper, roll up and twist the ends 🧈

Next, cook your Yorkshire puddings whilst you also boil your sprouts for 3-4 minutes. Then, leave to steam dry, then add the sprouts to a frying pan for 4-5 minutes and once cooked, add a chunk of the Marmite butter and allow to sizzle! Finally, place a few brussel sprouts in each pudding, with a drizzle of your remaining Marmite butter over the top 🥬







Christmas Pud-Pudding

Before you make any judgments, you’re going to have to try it!

You’ll need: 4x large Yorkshire puddings, 1 jar of sweet mincemeat, crumble mix (or have a go at making your own using 140g self raising flour, 85g chilled butter and 50g light brown sugar), custard/brandy sauce 🍮

Firstly, place your puddings onto a baking sheet and fill them with equal amounts of sweet mincemeat. Then in a bowl, make up the crumble mix or if you’re making your own crumble; rub your self-raising flour and chilled butter together with your fingers until you have a soft, crumbly topping, then stir in your brown sugar. Next, scatter your crumble topping over the sweet mincemeat and bake in the oven for 20 mins or until golden brown. You can then serve this with either custard or brandy sauce (whichever you prefer!) 🤩







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