Pudding in a bowl served with cream


How do you store the puddings?

  • Puddings are best kept in the refrigerator. Keep in the vacuum seal bag if unopened.
  • After opening vacuum bag, seal with plastic wrap to keep pudding fresh.
  • Puddings can be frozen if required. Defrost in refrigerator overnight.

How do you prepare and heat the puddings?

All the preparation has been completed on your behalf. The puddings are ready to eat straight from the packaging. 
  • Heating in microwave: Do not cook whole pudding in microwave – cut into slices. Microwave each slice for approximately 10 seconds.
  • Heating in boiling water: Remove pudding from plastic vacuum bag, wrap tightly in cling wrap (check your cling wrap is suitable for boiling), and tie in a cloth to secure. Bring pot of water to boil. Put in pudding. Bring back to boil, and then turn down to simmer. Allow 1 hour for each kg of pudding.
  • Serving with custard: Have pudding at room temperature and simply add hot custard – this will warm the pudding through. Enjoy!

    How much is a serving of pudding?

    One serving is approximately 100gm. i.e.
    • 500gm pudding – 5 serves
    • 1kg pudding – 10 serves
    • 1.5kg pudding – 15 serves
    • 2kg pudding – 20 serves
    • 2.5kg pudding – 25 serves