Christmas Pudding Ice Cream – no churn recipe

December 17, 2018Sew White

Mix together the cream and crumble up Christmas pud to make this delicious Christmas Pudding Ice Cream. It’s perfect for using up any pudding leftovers too.

This is such a treat as it is so creamy but the flavours of the spices and fruit make it such a very yummy. It’s rather rich but that means a little scoop is just enough. I love the chunks of Christmas pudding throughout the ice cream. I can’t wait to whip up another batch in time for Christmas.

It’s made with double cream, icing sugar, condensed milk, a few Christmas spices and crumbled up Christmas pudding. For only 4 ingredients it is very impressive. I’ve even made some nice jars of it and given it as gifts. It has been very happily received and I’ve had more ordered by friends and family for their parties and events.

Christmas Pudding Ice Cream with fruit and surrounded by fairy lights

The recipe is super easy to make. It’s also doesn’t set super hard so you it’s easy to scoop out when serving. I love a soft scoop as you don’t have to wait for ages. I’m not a patient person. I want my ice cream now!

Enjoy a scoop of Christmas Pudding Ice Cream for your festive feast

Christmas pudding ice cream recipe

5 from 4 votes
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Christmas Pudding Ice Cream

A mix of smooth cream and crumble up a Christmas pud to make this delicious and easy to make Christmas Pudding Ice Cream.

Course Dessert
Cuisine British, English
Keyword Christmas Pudding Ice Cream
Prep Time 15 minutes
Freezing Time 1 day
Total Time 1 day 15 minutes
Servings 10 people
Calories 180 kcal
Author Sisley White

Ingredients

  • 600 ml double cream
  • 200 ml condensed milk
  • 200 g icing sugar
  • 1 teaspoon ground mixed spice
  • 450 g Christmas pudding

Instructions

  1. Add the double cream and condensed milk to a bowl and mix together with a whisk.

  2. Sieve in the icing sugar and mixed spice and mix together until it thickens.

  3. In a separate bowl crumble up the Christmas pudding with your fingers. 

  4. Stir in the Christmas pudding.

  5. Spoon the mix into a freezer safe container and freeze ready for when you fancy a scoop. It takes a few hours but I'd recommend leaving over night at least.

Christmas Pudding visible in the Ice Cream

This little bowl of ice cream was full of Christmas tastes and was instantly a hit in my house. If you’re anything like my family there is always too much Christmas pudding as everyone buys an extra one just in case. I hope that is repeated this year so I can whip up another batch with the left overs. Well it would be a waste and a sadness to not use it all up. Enjoy a scoop or two.

Christmas Pudding Ice Cream in a small bowl with specks of christmas pudding in it

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2 Comments

  • Janice

    December 28, 2018 at 10:30 am

    The perfect recipe for left over Christmas pudding. Really fun to make after Christmas and enjoy while it’s still the Christmas season.5 stars

  • Emma

    December 2, 2019 at 9:59 pm

    100% works. Really delicious too. Great recipe.5 stars

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