15 No Steam Christmas Pudding Recipe

What should I make for dinner tonight? This might just be the number one question that we ask ourselves almost daily over here.

Then you have come to the right place, we have rounded up 15 no steam christmas pudding recipe that we have shared over the years.

Plus, there is such a variety of flavours in these recipes, so you are sure to find something for you. Most of these recipes are quick and easy ones made especially for busy weeknights.

15 No Steam Christmas Pudding Recipe

Christmas Pudding

Christmas Pudding

2 hr 34 min
White grape juice, dark brown sugar, ginger, cinnamon, eggs
4.626
Rock Recipes
Christmas pudding recipes

Christmas pudding recipes

Brown sugar
No reviews
BBC Good Food
British Christmas Pudding

British Christmas Pudding

7 hr 30 min
Self rising flour, beef, orange juice, dark brown sugar, dried fruit
3.9278
The Spruce Eats
Classic Christmas pudding

Classic Christmas pudding

8 hr
Stem ginger, pudding, orange, brandy, butter
5.034
BBC Good Food
Authentic Christmas Pudding (Figgy Pudding)

Authentic Christmas Pudding (Figgy Pudding)

8 hr 25 min
Hard sauce, black treacle, shredded beef suet, dark brown sugar, apple
5.022
The Daring Gourmet
The Ultimate Vegan Christmas Pudding

The Ultimate Vegan Christmas Pudding

1 hr 45 min
Make gluten free, black treacle, coconut oil, dark brown sugar, bread crumbs
5.063
A Virtual Vegan
Christmas pudding

Christmas pudding

14 hr
Dried fruit, stout, ground almonds, dark rum, cinnamon
4.610
BBC
Traditional British Christmas Pudding (a Make Ahead, Fruit and Brandy Filled, Steamed Dessert)

Traditional British Christmas Pudding (a Make Ahead, Fruit and Brandy Filled, Steamed Dessert)

16 hr 24 min
Dark brown sugar, apple, brandy, golden raisins, eggs
4.8118
Christina’s Cucina
Vegan Christmas Pudding

Vegan Christmas Pudding

5 hr 30 min
Pumpkin spice, coconut oil, orange, self raising flour, aquafaba
4.97
Domestic Gothess
Mary Berry's Christmas pudding

Mary Berry’s Christmas pudding

4 hr
Rum, orange, self raising flour, mixed fruit, butter
4.642
BBC
Easy Christmas Pudding

Easy Christmas Pudding

25 min
Cranberry sauce, golden syrup, apple, dried fruit, butter
No reviews
Good Housekeeping
Last-minute Christmas pudding

Last-minute Christmas pudding

35 min
Orange marmalade, self raising flour, treacle, butter, whisky
4.03
BBC Good Food
Last minute Christmas pudding

Last minute Christmas pudding

14 hr
Ice cream, dark brown sugar, sour cherries, orange, self raising flour
5.03
BBC
Traditional Christmas pudding

Traditional Christmas pudding

6 hr 15 min
Ice cream, orange, self raising flour, brandy, milk
No reviews
Delicious Magazine

Can you bake a Christmas pudding instead of steaming?

To re-heat

Stand the pudding in the bottom of a deep oven dish and add boiling water until it comes halfway up the pudding basin. Cover the oven dish with a lid or tin foil and bake for in the hot oven 60 minutes (or 30 minutes for mini puddings).

Can you microwave rather than steam a Christmas pudding?

Once I have made my Christmas pudding, can I reheat it in the microwave on the day rather than steaming ? Steaming is definitely the best. Microwaved puddings are frequently ruined. They tend to overheat and get tough & sticky.

Can I cook Christmas pudding in a microwave?

How to microwave a pudding. Loosely cover the pudding with a piece of cling film. Microwave on medium-high (600 watts) for 3 minutes, leave to stand for 1 minute and cook for a further 3 minutes. Leave the pudding to cool, remove the film, cover tightly with tin foil and store in a cool dark place for up to two months.

Why do you steam Christmas pudding?

Unlike an oven, steaming adds moisture to the cake during the cooking process making it incredibly moist. Unlike in the oven, which uses dry heat. I am a sucker for a steamed pudding because they are just so incredibly moist and flavorful. Also the longer you leave them before eating the better the flavor.

Why did my Christmas pudding go Mouldy?

Why did my pudding go mouldy last year? Traditionally, Christmas puddings were hung in cloth to mature over the days leading up to Christmas. But these were cooked and eaten in the chilly European winter rather than the hot and humid Australian summer.

How do you stream pudding?

Place the pudding into the steamer set over a saucepan of simmering water, or use a large saucepan with a saucer in the bottom. Steam for several hours, or as recipe indicates. Top up water when necessary. When the pudding is steamed, cut the string around the bowl.

Are shop bought Christmas puddings already cooked?

Shop bought Christmas puddings have been cooked but will need to be reheated before serving. This can usually either be done by boiling the pudding in a pan of water or by warming it in the microwave. To make a Christmas pudding you typically cook it twice.

How many times can you reheat Christmas pudding?

Microwave on full power for 4 minutes, stand for 3 minutes, microwave on low/defrost for 7 minutes and stand for 5 minutes before unmoulding. This should be enough to warm the pudding through. We would however caution on reheating leftovers if you follow this second method as foods should really only be reheated twice.

How do you make M&S Christmas pudding?

Finished with M&S VSOP Cognac, this pudding is perfectly matured for 12 months to develop a rich and balanced flavour. Simply steam, microwave or boil and enjoy with brandy custard.

Can you eat Christmas pudding without heating?

Once cooked, you can eat any leftover Christmas pudding cold if you like. This isn’t the tastiest way to eat the fruity festive favourite (in our humble opinion), we’d recommend using the leftovers to make our Christmas pudding crumble instead.

Can you reheat a Christmas pudding in a slow cooker?

Once cooked, remove the basin from the slow cooker and leave to cool completely before storing in a cool, dark place for up to six months. On the day you’re ready to serve, return the pudding to the slow cooker set to low, and fill with water as before. Reheat for 4 hrs, then turn out onto a serving plate.

How long does it take to steam a 1 pint Christmas pudding?

Cover the basins securely with greased greaseproof paper, tie on with string, then cover them tightly with pieces of foil. Place the basins in a steamer, cover with the lid and steam steadily for 4-5 hours, taking care that the steamer does not boil dry – top up with boiling water as necessary.

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