Christmas Popcorn Pudding Cakes

These Christmas Popcorn Pudding Cakes are made using just 4 ingredients – perfect for making at Christmas time
christmas popcorn pudding cakes

These Christmas Popcorn Pudding Cakes are SUPER easy to make and take next to no time and they would be perfect for children to make. Not only are they delicious to eat and festive to look at, but I think they could be given as homemade gifts for teachers or grandparents maybe. 

To make them you need just 4 ingredients:


I used Butterkist Choco Mallow Popcorn to make these Christmas Popcorn Pudding Cakes as I was sent some in my recent Degustabox UK parcel, but you could use any popcorn flavour to be honest because you cover them with chocolate. To make them even more Christmas pudding like in flavour, you could use a cinnamon or gingerbread flavoured popcorn. 

So once you have your ingredients you simply:

melt the milk chocolate
mix in the popcorn
divide the mixture between 12 paper cake cases
chill in the fridge for 20 minutes
melt the white chocolate
remove the cakes from the fridge
top each cake with spoonful of the melted white chocolate 
and then add half a place cherry on the top
return to the fridge to set
(store in an airtight container in the fridge)

I actually had a go at making a little video for this recipe which you can see here – please be kind as its not perfect by any means (like the popcorn bag being upside down to the camera – doh!)!!

These easy non bake Christmas Popcorn Pudding Cakes of mine are perfect for this time of year, as are these amazing crafts and festive activity ideas from some blogger friends of mine:


Casa Costello
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Last week we had some delicious bakes linked up thank you to those who joined in, and they were all festive inspired.  It was hard to pick a favourite (again!)

Firstly, thank you to my co-host Helen for this delicious Bacon, Mozzarella and Walnut Quiche – perfect for slicing up at any festive party this month.


So my favour Bake of the Week from last weeks entries has to be this 3D Gingerbread Christmas tree, I applaud anyone who can make perfect biscuits because I fail at making them every time I try!


Thank you also to:

Anca for these two stunning festive bakes:

Delightful Festive wreath doughnuts and this yummy Chestnut and Chocolate Cake 

Thank you also to Louise for these clever Christmas Tree Cookies


The new linky is live now and open for the next week for any delicious bakes (or even non bakes if you are that way inclined this week), and if you link up please add the badge and add a link to my blog ( ) and to Helen’s ( and , if you would like extra Retweets, feel free to tag us in your tweets @JennyPaulin & @CasaCostello with the #BakeoftheWeek hashtag.

Thank you and happy baking xx

I was sent the featured products in my monthly DegustaboxUK for the purpose of a review. You can subscribe to Degustabox UK and receive a box every month yourself

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10 comments / Add your comment below

  1. Thank you for including my recipes. xx

    The popcorn cakes look yummy. I love your idea of popcorn and chocolate, delish.

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