Christmas Pudding Tiffin

Last week I shared a recipe for my Christmas Pudding Nougat as I had some of my homemade Christmas Pudding leftover and wanted to try out some new ways of using it up. I have since made some Christmas Pudding Tiffin having been inspired by some wonderfully delectable jellybean tiffin. Playing around with that recipe and adding my own spin on it, including some brandy snaps which were also left over from Christmas, I came up with this recipe and this is how I made Christmas Pudding Tiffin.


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Christmas Pudding Tiffin
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Recipe type: desserts
Serves: 16
  • 100 g unsalted butter
  • 3 tablespoons golden syrup
  • 2 tablespoons drink me chai latte powder
  • 150g of brandy snaps
  • 50g digestive biscuits
  • 200g leftover and cooked Christmas Pudding, broken up into pieces
  • 200g milk chocolate milk
  • Square tin, approx. 18cm x 18cm, lined baking paper
  1. Place the butter, golden syrup and chai latte drink powder in a pan over a gentle heat and melt together
  2. Bash the brandy snaps and biscuits in a sealed sandwich bag with a rolling pin into small pieces - NOT crumbs
  3. Add the biscuits and Christmas pudding into the melted butter mixture and stir to combine it all together
  4. Pour the mixture into the prepared tin and leave to cool for about an hour
  5. Melt the chocolate either in the microwve at 30 second bursts or in a bowl over a pan of simmering water
  6. Pour the chocolate over the tiffin base and smooth over the top
  7. Place in the fridge to set for a couple of hours
  8. Cut into squares and keep in a sealed container in the fridge or a cool place - YUM!


It is a delicious combination which worked really well! It did not stay around for long!
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  1. Hold on a second, I read that wrong, or you are going crazy, you had Christmas pudding LEFT OVER?! What?!

    These look really, really, really yummy x

  2. Ooh great idea, I made homemade Christmas pud times two, panicked in case it was vile and bought one, so I have a glut. This sounds perfect. Popped over from Recipe of the Week.

  3. Hi, I found your recipe through Emily’s #recipeoftheweek linky, and even though I do not normally like Christmas pudding, this looks delicious! Mel

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