Orange and hazelnut Christmas pud truffles

Background

I loved Nigella’s Christmas puddini bonbons on the telly –  they looked very easy to make, except the final fiddly decorations, so I bought a couple of mini gluten-free Christmas puddings to create my own versions for celebrating Orthodox Christmas with my Russian friends. Quite honestly, these orange and hazelnut Christmas pud bonbons would be ideal for Valentine’s Day too, so if you have any unopened Christmas pudding , keep it till February and make these lovely truffles! (I also made cherry and coconut Christmas pud truffles from the other pudding I bought, and you might prefer that recipe). Alternatively, use up any leftover Christmas pudding following this recipe and you’ll have lovely treats for a New Year’s Eve party! Please note – this recipe is not suitable for children!

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Dinna

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