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Recipe: Christmas Pudding Ice Cream

Dec 5, 2011
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Christmas Pudding Ice Cream - recipe submitted by Ben Vear of Winstone's Ice Cream


• 400ml carton organic double cream
• 200ml local full fat milk
• 100g fair-trade caster
• 3 large free-range egg yolks
• Handful of sultanas
• 4 tbsp quality brandy
• 4 tbsp quality rum
• 1 tsp mixed spice
• 1 tsp ground clove
• 1 tsp ground cinnamon



1. In a bowl combine spices, sultanas, brandy and rum, leave covered in a cool dry place for approx half an hour, to allow the spices and alcohol to infuse.

2. In a mixing bowl whisk together egg yolks and sugar until you form a smooth, pale mixture. Place over a low heat and stir until mixture begins to thicken.

3. Combine milk, cream, yoghurt and the infused rum mixture, ensuring all of the fruit is adequately mixed and mix into the egg based custard.

4. Return to a low heat for approximately 10 minutes or until the mixture thickens enough to coat the back of a spoon. Remove from the heat and allow to cool.

5. Pour mixture into your ice cream maker, following manufacturer’s instructions or decant to a pudding bowl and place in the freezer for approx 3 hours, or until set.


To impress guests, you could decant the mixture into a pudding basin, freeze, and turn out when it is ready to serve… not only will the ice cream look and taste just like a real Christmas pudding, but will act as a good alternative for those who find the richness of Christmas pudding too much.


Recipe submitted by…

Ben Vear – Winstone’s Ice Cream
Rodborough Common

Ben’s book, “Make Your Own Organic Ice Cream”, is available from Amazon – click here to buy!


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2 thoughts on “Recipe: Christmas Pudding Ice Cream”
  1. When I used to live in oz we would sometimes have a christmas in july (due to winter, dec 25 is way too hot), but i think this year i will make some of these so my youngster can experience x-mas in july britain style!! MIght have to reduce the brandyrum a little though

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