Diabetic Christmas Pudding

This is a good Christmas Pudding, I think it came from the Australian Diabetic Association. It's best made a couple of weeks before eating or even up to a couple of months before and stored in the fridge. Traditionally there is a number of options to finish the pudding before serving: Brandy butter, custard sauce, hard sauce (have posted these recipes separately) On the day reheat by boiling for a further 1 hour or you can slice into serving portions and zap in the microwave for 40 sec in a covered container.

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3hrs 10mins
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directions

  • Mix together the carrot, prunes, apricots, raisin mixture and grated orange and lemon zest.
  • In a separate bowl beat together the sugar and butter until light and fluffy, gradually beat in the eggs; stir in all the remaining ingredients including the fruit, cover and refrigerate overnight.
  • Spoon into a 900g/2lb pudding basin, cover with a pleated piece of greaseproof paper and secure with string.
  • Steam for 3 hours, ensuring that the pan does not boil dry.
  • Serve hot.
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"This is a good Christmas Pudding, I think it came from the Australian Diabetic Association. It's best made a couple of weeks before eating or even up to a couple of months before and stored in the fridge. Traditionally there is a number of options to finish the pudding before serving: Brandy butter, custard sauce, hard sauce (have posted these recipes separately) On the day reheat by boiling for a further 1 hour or you can slice into serving portions and zap in the microwave for 40 sec in a covered container."
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  1. Coasty
    This is a good Christmas Pudding, I think it came from the Australian Diabetic Association. It's best made a couple of weeks before eating or even up to a couple of months before and stored in the fridge. Traditionally there is a number of options to finish the pudding before serving: Brandy butter, custard sauce, hard sauce (have posted these recipes separately) On the day reheat by boiling for a further 1 hour or you can slice into serving portions and zap in the microwave for 40 sec in a covered container.
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