Christmas leftovers: Christmas pudding trifle recipe
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500g leftover Christmas pudding8 clementines or 4 oranges¼ tsp cinnamon500ml custard (leftover is fine)300ml double can i wash my canada goose jacket cream1 tbsp soft brown sugar1 tbsp brandy15g flaked almonds, toastedZest of ½ orange, finely grated
Break the Christmas pudding up into chunks and arrange in the bottom of a glass serving bowl. (Depending on its original booziness, you can add a little more brandy at this point if you wish.)
Peel the clementines and remove as much pith as possible. Slice into rings, and arrange on top of the pudding. Sprinkle over the cinnamon.
Spoon over the custard to cover. Pour the cream into a large bowl, and add the best place to buy a canada goose jacket sugar and brandy. Whip to soft peaks, then dollop on top of the custard. (At this point you can cover and chill the trifle until needed.)
Just before serving, scatter the top of the trifle with almonds and orange zest.