Mini Christmas Pudding Truffles

If you’ve got an (unopened) Christmas pudding left over from last year in the back of a cupboard or some mincemeat left over from making pies, here is a fun idea for using them up. 

We mixed our Christmas pud with melted milk chocolate, rolled it into small balls and then drizzled them with white chocolate melted with a splash of milk to make it runnier.

The biggest challenge was the holly as we couldn’t find red and green glace cherries in the supermarket. We tried wine gums but the colours weren’t strong enough.

Luckily husband had the inspiration of using raspberry bobbles (what is a single segment of a berry called??) and mint leaves with a surprisingly dainty touch…

For another leftover Christmas pudding recipe, try our Christmas Quesadilla

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