This will get a 10 out of 10 from your family!
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The only recipe you need this festive season!
Who said fruitcake is just for Christmas? Whip up this perfect pudding version
Christmas pudding doesn't have to take so much effort when you can simply pop it into the trusty slow cooker
Christmas puddings are even better with homemade brandy apricot sauce to cover them... you'll want more!
What better way to celebrate all of summer's delicious berries than with this pudding! It's a great (and very colourful) summertime dinner party dessert.
A steamed pudding is a cheap way to fill everyone up and leave them with smiles on their faces. Perfect for Christmas time, this version has a ginger bite.
It may look dense, but this pudding is actually very light. But you can rest assured the pecan topping & sauce give it substance - an amazing Christmas dessert!
The loaf shape makes this pudding easy to slice and serve, and takes less time to cook than a steamed one. It's a great spin on the traditional Christmas pud.
With its lighter citrus flavours and a dabble of Marsala for the adults, this syrupy twist on the traditional pudding is perfect for an Aussie Christmas.
Everyone will enjoy tucking into this spiced dried fruit ice-cream extravaganza, in all its dome-shaped, berry-topped glory! It's something a bit different too!
Pitted dates make for an even sweeter end to Christmas lunch or dinner. With a creamy brandy and caramel sauce, this pudding will make family Christmas history.
This is one impressive ice-cream and sorbet pudding! Perfect at Christmas time, its pale colours remind you of a snowy, white Christmas.
Try something different when it comes to Christmas pudding this year! Creamy dark chocolate sauce with crunchy nougat and fruit cake ice-cream.
This fruit-led dessert offers a twist on the traditional Christmas pudding.
Put a chocolate twist on a traditional Christmas pudding this year.
Impress your guests with this traditional, steamed pudding with a difference - cut to reveal a tender fruit centre and oozing citrus syrup.
This lighter version of the classic Christmas pud is still full of festive flavours - citrus zest and brandy are added to this nutty spiced fruitcake.
Use up leftover Christmas pudding in this tasty frozen treat.
Serve this stunning centrepiece for all those Christmas pudding refuseniks. Or offer it to guests alongside mince pies and tea.
PX (Pedro Ximénez) is a dark, sweet sherry with flavours of molasses and raisins. Which makes this a very special desert.
Want a twist on the classic Christmas pudding? Try this chocolate and ice-cream cherry dessert.
Take a piece of pudding and watch as the syrupy butterscotch filling oozes out...