Brace your elves, everyone! We’re about to pud a fun twist on a Christmas classic with a real cracker of a recipe – Rice Pop Christmas Puddings! Yes, you heard that right! If hefty traditional festive puds aren’t your thing, these bite-sized treats will have you jingling all the way back to the kitchen for more. Fantastically festive, they’re a simple and light way to add some extra yum to Yule!
So, grab your little kitchen helpers, and let’s step into Christmas with some perfect pop puddings.
What will I need to make Rice Pop Christmas Puddings?
To make these tinsel-tastic treats grab:
50g rice pops
30g chopped raisins
100g milk chocolate, broken into pieces
2 tbsp peanut butter
30g mini marshmallow
80g white chocolate
If you’re part of our milkround already, you can get most of these ingredients delivered fresh to your doorstep before 7:30am. And all in planet-protecting sustainable wrapping, too! Beat that, Mr. Claus!!
How do I make Rice Pop Christmas Puddings?
Follow these simple steps to whip up around 18-24 plush puds:
- 1. Combine rice pops and raisins in a bowl.
- 2. In a small saucepan, add butter, milk chocolate, peanut butter, and marshmallows. Heat it over medium to low heat. Continue stirring until the chocolate and butter melt and the marshmallows start melting slightly.
- 3. Pour this mixture over the rice pops and stir until the rice pops are thoroughly coated.
- 4. Line an egg cup with cling film. Scoop about one tablespoon of the mixture into the lined egg cup. Press the mixture firmly and then lift it out. Carefully remove the cling film and transfer the pudding to a cake case, with the flat-side facing downwards. Repeat with the remaining mixture.
- 5. Chill them until they become firm.
- 6. Melt the white chocolate either in a microwave or over a saucepan of barely simmering water. Making sure not to overheat the chocolate.
- 7. Spoon a small amount of melted chocolate over each pudding. Finish off by adding icing holly leaves on top.
Can you make them in advance and freeze them?
Absolutely! Make the chocolate cereal balls and freeze them. Store the balls in an airtight container with greaseproof paper between them. They can be frozen for up to 6 weeks. Just remember to bring them to room temperature before decorating or serving.
Step into a feast of flavours
If these Rice Pop Christmas Puddings have tickled your tinsel, just wait until you unwrap the rest of our eco-friendly festive recipes. We’ve tons of tasty triumphs, that not only light up the festive season like a Christmas tree, but also sleigh pesky food waste. Check them out here: