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  • Including an Irish Vintage Christmas pudding hand-made in Co. Wexford

Christmas is a time for tradition, and Christmas Puddings are an essential for the dinner table come the 25th of December. Aldi has just released an array of Christmas Puddings in stores, meaning you can pull out all of the stops this festive season!

What better way to spoil yourself and those you love with one of Aldi’s decadent, boozy, fruits hand-made Christmas puddings!

Treat yourself and your guests with Specially Selected Laura’s Irish Vintage Irish Pudding €9.99/907g. Produced by Laura Stafford in Gorey, Co. Wexford, it is full to the brim with succulent fruit, crunchy pecans and almonds. It is infused with a delicious blend of stout, rum and Ardfallen Irish Whiskey. The pudding is matured for 9 months and turned by hand every few weeks to ensure the intense flavours develop evenly. The recipe has been handed down from one master baker to the next, starting with Laura’s grandfather Sean Stafford, to his son, and then to Laura. On sale now.

Big on value without compromising on taste, Aldi’s Connoisseur Christmas Pudding €4.29/800g is on sale now and is ideal for all fans of this festive favourite. Or why not pick up one of Aldi’s Specially Selected Christmas Puddings €1.49/100g – the perfect solution if not everyone at the table is a fan, these individual puddings are not for sharing! On sale now. Aldi’s Free From Christmas Pudding €4.79/454g is Gluten Free and big on flavour. Find it in stores now.

For those that are not fans of this festive fruity favourite, Aldi has the perfect solution. The Specially Selected Golden Twist Sticky Toffee Sponge Pudding €7.99/700g is a super stylish sticky toffee pudding that will make a stunning dessert centrepiece. Featuring golden chocolate sponge, honeycomb covering and buttery toffee sauce for pouring – delicious! On sale from 10th December.

Did you know?

  1. Christmas pudding is a type of pudding traditionally served as part of the Christmas dinner in Britain, Ireland and in other countries where it has been brought by British emigrants.
  2. It has its origins in medieval England and is sometimes known as plum pudding or just “pud”, though this can also refer to other kinds of boiled pudding involving dried fruit.
  3. Despite the name “plum pudding,” the pudding contains no actual plums due to the pre-Victorian use of the word “plums” as a term for raisins.

The above products are available in 144 Aldi stores nationwide from the specified dates.

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