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Mini Christmas Puddings


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Ingredients

40 portion(s)

  • 500g Fruit cake
  • 70g brandy
  • 2 tbsp jam, I used blackberry
  • 100g milk chocolate, I used chocolate buttons
  • 150g white chocolate
  • a few red and green glaced cherries
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Break the fruit cake up into pieces and place into bowl. Mix it on speed 6 for about 20 seconds or until it has all come apart but isn't squishy. Set aside in a bowl.

    Place milk chocolate into bowl and melt at 50 degrees for 2 minutes at speed 1. If chocolate hasn't melted add more time.

    Add cake mix into bowl with chocolate and add the brandy and jam. Mix on speed 4 for 15 seconds or until all combined. Place mixture into a bowl and place in fridge for about 1-2 hours.

    Remove from fridge and measure out a teaspoon each time and roll them into smooth balls. Place them onto baking paper on a tray. 

    Place white chocolate in thermomix bowl and melt at 50 degrees for 2 minutes, speed 1. At extra time if not melted. Whilst this is melting chop up your cherries, green ones into small thin slics. Red into tiny little bits resembling balls.

    Using a teaspoon dollop the white chocolate on top of the puddings letting it drizzle down the sides to resemble custard. Place a green slice of cherry on top and two red cherries balls on either side to resemble holly.

    Put them back in fridge to set.

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  • Unfortunately these turned into sticky sludge...

    Submitted by Krista8778 on 23. December 2016 - 01:16.

    Unfortunately these turned into sticky sludge balls for me, despite using less than the recommended brandy. Three hours work for a disappointing result. 😔

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  • This mix was way too sloppy

    Submitted by TrueFood on 21. December 2014 - 17:49.

    This mix was way too sloppy to ball up. I used 800g of cake and was still too moist... I'm a new tm owner so not sure if it's something I done wrong. Maybe it over mixed, but I followed everything exactly. I might also try it without jam... Thank you, a good start for me to alter tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Followed recipe to a tee.

    Submitted by Lisa143 on 14. December 2014 - 14:31.

    Followed recipe to a tee.  But the cake/choc mix was very sticky. Even after refrigeration.  I used a Coles moist fruit cake.  Might try a different fruit cake next time. 

    Still tasted ok, just sticky to get off the serving plate.

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  • These were great for

    Submitted by Taggett on 11. December 2014 - 21:52.

    These were great for christmas last year ! I baked them and put them in a gift plate with some other baked goods... and they were pretty good while preparing other foods too tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • G'day! These are so simple,

    Submitted by mickeydownunder on 19. December 2013 - 19:15.

    G'day! These are so simple, GREAT to do!i was really glad when I made these recently with a friend! Thank you!HIGHLY recommend!Cheers! JoanneShared your recipe here (giving credit) should you wish to view!http://bit.ly/18T8PxJ

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  • Hi! I made this today and

    Submitted by Lash0106 on 15. December 2013 - 21:23.

    Hi! I made this today and even after 4 hours in the fridge the mixture is very very sticky- is this normal? If not, do you know how I can fix it? Thank you!!!

     

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  • Do you think i could make

    Submitted by susanmcb on 7. November 2013 - 21:45.

    Do you think i could make these ahead and freeze them un iced?

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  • these look so cute - I cant

    Submitted by Belinda on 9. May 2013 - 18:37.

    these look so cute - I cant wait to try them for Xmas in July - any excuse! tmrc_emoticons.)

    Belinda, California USA

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  • Great recipe I've been

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 7. January 2013 - 17:44.

    Great recipe I've been chasing for years. I used Tenina's strawberry jam and left out the rum for kids and a preggars family member. They were no where near as rich as I thought they'd be so you could easily slide a few down in a sitting tmrc_emoticons.;)

     

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  • These were a big hit over

    Submitted by thermojeanie on 6. January 2013 - 02:23.

    These were a big hit over Christmas. Not only did they look great, they were so delicious. I decorated mine with small pieces of dried cranberries & pistachio nuts sliced lengthways as leaves. Thanks for the great recipe. 

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  • Thanks for this. I tried the

    Submitted by Ros Teirney on 12. December 2012 - 15:10.

    Thanks for this. I tried the Christmas pudding in the steaming basket recipe but it went feral and escaped out the hole in lid. This will help me control the situation and save all that beautiful mixture. Happy Christmas!

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