If you have some leftover Christmas Pudding and you don’t want to throw it away, These bitesize mini pudding sweets will keep the flavours of Christmas alive well in to New Year.
Mini Christmas Truffles
Adapted from Nigella Lawson
For the Truffles
125 grams best-quality dark chocolate broken – 45p
350 grams cooked and cooled Christmas pudding – FREE
60 ml sherry or brandy – 20p
2 tablespoons golden syrup – 10p
For the decorations
100 grams white chocolate broken – 30p
Mini sugar Holly Decorations (Waitrose) 2p
Few red glacé cherries – 5p
Few green glacé cherries or angelica cut into shape – 5p
These prices are an estimate and total £1.17
Mix all the truffle ingredients together then put small spoonfuls on to greaseproof paper either on a baking tray or a plate
Put them in the fridge for a couple of hours to harden slightly. Then roll them with clean hands in to pudding shaped balls.
Melt some white chocolate and dribble over the puds, then decorate with the sugar holly or cut up glacé cherries.
Put them back into the fridge to harden until wanted.
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