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I am super excited about this Christmas pudding recipe. It’s a traditional British dessert that I guess is a part of most English holiday dinners. I’ve heard that some British families will enjoy this pudding on Christmas Eve as a tradition or prelude to Christmas Day. I think that sounds lovely. Do you have any Christmas food traditions? If so, please tell me about them in the comments below. i always love hearing your stories and feedback.
As a young 13-year-old girl, I went to London with my dad. We were on our way to Romania on a mission’s trip and our flight had a layover in London. One of the best things about the city was the food. British desserts are quite different than American desserts so I had a good time sampling them all. It’s the American way lol! I have high hopes for this yummy Christmas pudding 🙂
Recipe and photo courtesy of Group Recipes.