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Matthew Walker Classic Christmas Pudding Small (100g)

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Matthew Walker Classic Christmas Pudding Small is a compact version of the world’s oldest Christmas pudding! This delicious, traditional festive dessert will grace any yuletide occasion.

Matthew Walker’s Classic Christmas Pudding is made using 13 main ingredients: sultanas, raisins, Demerara sugar, currants, glace cherries, stout, breadcrumbs, sherry, vegetarian suet, almonds, orange & lemon peel, cognac, and mixed spices.

A quick spot of trivia - the 13 ingredients represent Jesus and his 12 disciples!

Most popular with customers in France, Italy, United States of America (USA), Germany, Greece, Spain, Canada, Netherlands and UK - England, but you can buy Matthew Walker Classic Christmas Pudding Small for delivery worldwide.

One of our Matthew Walker branded products. This item has a use by date that falls after Christmas.

Allergy Advice

May Contain Nuts, Contains Wheat.


Sultanas (28%), Sugar, Fortified Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Cider (9%), Water, Humectant (Glycerine), Palm Oil, Orange and Lemon Peel, Rum, Mixed Spiced, Salt, Molasses, Yeast.

Lifestyle / Additives

  • Suitable for Vegetarians.

Nutritional information

Typical Values(as sold) Per 100g%RI*
of which saturates2.7g14
of which sugars41.5g46
*Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ / 2000kcal)  

Storage Instructions

  1. Storage Type: Ambient.
  2. Store in a cool, dry place.
  3. Pack Type: Sleeve.

Product reviews

5 starsTina from United States on

I always get excited when I see that the Christmas goodies are back in stock this time of year. Since it is very hard to find Christmas puddings here in the USA, I always make sure to order a few of these every year. I love how each pudding is packed with various types of fruit and nuts. The pudding itself is very moist and delicious. Each bite really is a treat. Add some cream or custard and you are set for the holidays.

4 starsDebra from United States on

I ordered this little Christmas Pudding for my Mum for the holiday. She's English but lives in the United States now. She's the only one who likes pudding so finding a little one that is a good brand is great. The larger sizes are quite a bit more. We can get them here but the choice of brands and price are not great. Thanks.

4 starsColette from Spain on

Although the smaller puddings never seem to have the same substance as the larger ones, I found this one full on flavour and with a generous amount of fruit. It's easy and quick to prepare, but I would advise steaming rather than heating in the microwave. Delicious on its own or with whipped cream or brandy sauce.

5 starsNuala from Italy on

Strangely enough, my family are not that keen on Christmas pudding, I suppose because they were not brought up with it. I always get one of these little ones so I can indulge myself if no-one else. Of course, it's always nice to have an extra little one too, especially as the holidays draw to an end.

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