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How to make Christmas pudding treats in just 2 easy steps.

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Good morning! 

It's just a week until the children break up from school for the festive holidays and I've been working on some fun things to do before the big day arrives. 

One thing we will be making are these adorable Christmas pudding marshmallow treats. They are so easy to make in just 2 simple steps, check out my tutorial below for how to make them and impress all of your friends. They make a fabulous gift or even something cute from your elf on the shelf maybe. 

If you love this tutorial please share it with your friends.  

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You will need 

Small marshmallow teacakes. (M&S have 12 for £1 at the moment) 

75g of white chocolate 

Red and green fondant

Small PME holly cutter 

A small plastic bowl and spatula. 

Directions 

1. Roll out the green fondant and cut the holly sprigs, then using a tiny amount of the red fondant roll three berries and use a dab of water to attach them to the holly. 

2. Break the white chocolate into tiny chunks then melt it in the small bowl using a microwave in 5 second bursts. 75g of chocolate will take around 15-20 seconds at most. When there is 90% of it melted but a few small bits still to melt, remove it from the microwave and mix it well using the spatula. The heat from the melted chocolate will melt the last few bits and bring the tempreature down so it is easier to work with. You can then spoon it onto the teacakes and place the holly on top ready for it to set. 

Once they are fully set you can place them in some cellophane as a gift or serv them up as a festive treat. Either way you must, I repeat must try one! It's the rules

Have fun and enjoy your festive baking. I would love to see how you get on, post your photo's of the finished puddings at https://www.facebook.com/mrsbakerscakes

Merry Christmas to you all!

Shelly x

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  1. Tracey

    One, two or even three of them would be the perfect sweet treat to go with my cuppa right now.

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  2. Sam Ralph

    oooh these look yummy and I had no idea how easy these were to make! Thanks xx

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