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Mini Gluten Free Christmas Puddings

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These miniature gluten free christmas puds are very light and packed with fruit. Quicker to make than large puddings, these individual mini desserts will delight your gluten free guests.

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Unit of measurement


125 gRaisins
125 gSultanas
75 gCurrants
50 gMixed Peel
100 gGluten Free White Bread Flour
100 gSugar
2 tspsMixed Spice
50 gPrunes
50 gApricots
1 Orange grated rind & juice
50 mlOil
1 Lemon grated rind & juice
1 Tin foil
1 Greaseproof paper


1. Mix together the raisins, sultanas, currants, mixed peel, flour, sugar and mixed spice.
2. Chop the prunes and apricots and stir these into the bowl.
3. Mix in the oil, grated lemon and orange rinds & juices.
4. Stir well and leave to stand for at least 2 hours or overnight.
5. Grease the sides of 6 ramekins then cut two circles of greaseproof paper the size of the top of each ramekin and reserve these.
6. Stir the mixture again then press the mixture into the ramekins.
7. Cover the top of the puddings with the greaseproof paper circles.
8. Spread tin foil over the top of each ramekin, tucking it in well around the outer edges.
9. Place the ramekins in a saucepan then fill with water until it is half way up the sides of the ramekins.
10. Put the lid on the saucepan and boil for 60 minutes. Check the water level intermittently.
11. Carefully remove the puddings and cool without removing the foil or greaseproof.
12. Store the pudding until required.
13. Before eating, remove and refresh the greaseproof and foil layers.
14. Place the ramekins in a saucepan, then fill with water until it is half way up the sides of the ramekins.
15. Steam for a further 30 minutes.
16. Put a plate on top of the ramekins one by one and carefully invert.
17. Serve warm with cream or brandy butter.

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By Miss Kirsty Jardine

05 Feb 2013 | 19:26 GMT

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Made up a batch of these at Christmas to give to family & friends. Turned out fantastic! A quick reheating option is to remove the foil (but not the greaseproof paper) and microwave for around 1 min 20 seconds. Great with custard.