Luxury Handmade Christmas Puddings

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Award-winning Christmas puddings Handmade in Devon to our family recipe

We are a tiny business based in Devon, where we've been making the finest traditional Christmas Puddings to our family recipe for ten years. We make all our puddings by hand, in small batches, so they taste as good as home made. You can read a little more about us, in 'our story'. All our Christmas puddings are suitable for vegetarians.

We're delighted to have received a number of food awards for our luxury Christmas Pudding, including 'Best of Desserts' in the 2014 Taste of the West Awards. Our Christmas Pudding has been recommended in a wide range of media Taste Tests, including the top ten Christmas Puddings in the Telegraph, the Independent and The Observer, as well as a number of influencial food writers such as Tom Parker Bowles in the Mail on Sunday, Xanthe Clay and Rose Prince (you can find these on our reviews page). Last year James Martin profiled us on his TV programme Home Comforts at Christmas, with Jo getting the chance to cook a Christmas Pudding 'Saturday Kitchen' style.  

Most importantly, we've received many rave reviews from our loyal customers, which you'll find in our testimonials section. Thank you to everyone who's sent us their feedback - please keep it coming!

To ensure we always produce the best Christmas Puddings, we will never mass-produce them, but will continue to make them by hand in small batches. This is the only way to capture the delightful flavour and texture of a properly handmade Christmas Pudding. This means our Christmas Puddings are often in short supply as Christmas approaches, so we recommend you place your order in plenty of time.

You can order early if you're feeling organised, and we'll hold your order until nearer the time. Or, for our reminder service, simply add your email address at the foot of the page (no junk, we promise!). 

Jo & Richie Evans & family 

 

…sumptuous traditional Christmas Pudding…

Rose Prince, The Daily Telegraph