- Advertisement -spot_img
HomeFood7 gluten-free Christmas puddings to try this December

7 gluten-free Christmas puddings to try this December

- Advertisement -spot_img

7 gluten-free Christmas puddings to try this December
A fruity and boozy bunch (Picture: Various)

Rich fruit, lashings of brandy and warming spices – nothing beats a gluten-free Christmas pudding when it comes to a traditional Christmas lunch.

Whether you eat yours hot with clotted cream, or cold as part of a Boxing Day platter, the pressure is always on to find the perfect gluten-free Christmas pudding.

Make the most amazing gluten-free-free Yorkshire puddingsGluten-free Yorkshire puddings recipe – 5 top tips for making the perfect addition to your Sunday roast

And with so many to choose from, it’s easy to find one that will suit your dietary requirements, and be enjoyed by the whole family. You’ll end up fighting them off.

Here are seven Christmas gluten-free Christmas puddings that are definitely worth a try this festive season.

Cole’s gluten-free Christmas pudding

Cole's Christmas pudding
(Picture: Cole’s)

Free from gluten, nuts, alcohol and dairy, Cole’s gluten-free Christmas pudding is an allergy-friendly option, and comes in two sizes, depending on whether or not you want to share.

Based in Great Chesterford in Essex, the business has been using its expertise to create classic festive puddings since 1939 and their gluten-free pudding is one of the best.

LillyPuds gluten-free Christmas pudding

Lillypuds Christmas pudding
(Picture: Lillypuds)

Light, delicious and packed full of fruit, LillyPuds Christmas puddings are not at all stodgy, and are a great way to end a gluten-free Christmas feast.

LillyPuds’ founder, Alison Lilly, spent years making her own gluten-free Christmas puddings, which have less sugar and flour, no mixed meal, and are sweetened by heaps of fruit.

Tesco Finest cranberry and orange Christmas pudding

Tesco Finest gluten free Christmas puddings
(Picture: Tesco)

Topped with cranberry and orange, this Tesco Finest gluten and wheat-free Christmas pudding has a fruity twist and comes steeped in Courvoisier VS Cognac for an extra treat.

It’s a step above the standard Free From Christmas pudding, and will take your festive dining experience to the next level – it says it serves two, but it’s too good to share.

Pudding Lane gluten-free pudding round

Pudding Lane gluten free christmas pudding
(Picture: Pudding Lane/Amazon)

Pudding Lane makes award-winning, ‘boiled in cloth’ gluten-free Christmas puddings, for a traditionally rich and fruity dessert to finish your Christmas meal.

The puddings, packed with vine fruits and fresh free-range eggs, are delightfully festive, and also available on Amazon.

Blackberry Cottage round Christmas pudding

Blackberry Cottage gluten free Christmas pudding
(Picture: Blackberry Cottage)

Blackberry Cottage specialises in baking cakes with ‘secret ingredients’ – aka vegetables – and their free from Christmas puddings hold their moisture brilliantly.

They are free from gluten, dairy, eggs, nuts and refined sugar, with the fruits steeped in alcohol and the puddings left to mature before being wrapped in a pretty muslin cloth.

More: Food

Marks & Spencer The Collection Made Without Wheat Christmas pudding

Marks and Spencer christmas pudding
(Picture: Marks & Spencer)

Described as ‘intensely fruity’, the Marks & Spencer The Collection Made Without Wheat Christmas pudding has been matured for six months and serves four hungry people, so the whole family can tuck in.

This gluten-free Christmas pudding comes in a lavish gold box and really does look the part for a classy, gluten-free Christmas dinner.

Sainsbury’s Deliciously Free From Christmas pudding

Sainsbury's Gluten Free Christmas Pudding 454g (serves 4)
(Picture: Sainsbury’s)

Gluten, wheat, milk and nut free, the Sainsbury’s Deliciously Free From Christmas pudding comes in fun and colourful packaging, ready for the big day.

It’s fruity, boozy and spicy – everything you would hope to expect from a gluten-free Christmas pudding, and promises to support sustainable palm oil too, so you can feel good while you eat it.

Sarah Howells blogs about new gluten-free discoveries and recipes at The Gluten Free Blogger. You can check out her gluten-free blog for recipes, product reviews and vlogs.

MORE: 11 gluten-free baking mixes for perfect cakes, brownies, pancakes and more

MORE: 10 tips for going gluten-free while on a budget

MORE: 11 products you didn’t know were gluten-free

Original Article

- Advertisement -spot_img
- Advertisement -spot_img
Stay Connected
16,985FansLike
2,458FollowersFollow
61,453SubscribersSubscribe
Must Read
- Advertisement -spot_img
Related News
- Advertisement -spot_img

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here