Sainsbury's Taste the Difference 18 Month Matured Cognac Laced Christmas Pudding 900g £2 @ Sainsbury's Instore - HotUKDeals
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Sainsbury's Taste the Difference 18 Month Matured Cognac Laced Christmas Pudding 900g £2.00 @ Sainsbury's Instore

£2.00 @ Sainsbury's
Serves 8. Originally priced at £10 in November 2016. Reduced to £4 post Christmas and now just £2 ! Voted Best Christmas Pudding by Good Housekeeping 2015. Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Serves 8.

Originally priced at £10 in November 2016.

Reduced to £4 post Christmas and now just £2 !

Voted Best Christmas Pudding by Good Housekeeping 2015.
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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By the time I eat this it will be 30 month matured oO
#2
Which 2016 Best Buy
Loaded with fruit and nuts, this pudding's 'soft and light texture' and 'balanced spice' were praised by the panel. Some of our experts assumed it was very expensive.
#3
And at £10 it was.....but at £2 it's a steal........don't worry these get better with age...will use mine this years crimbo ;)
#4
Aren't they already cooked before getting to the supermarket? In other words they aren't going to continue maturing, just start degrading?
#5
March 2017 date, heat added, had them in mine.
1 Like #6
These are great. Got one for £2.40 last week. Just spoon a chunk out and microwave as you need it. Microwave 1 tsp cornflower, 1 tsp sugar, qtr pint milk and a glug of brandy to go with it.
#7
OB1
Aren't they already cooked before getting to the supermarket? In other words they aren't going to continue maturing, just start degrading?

Well it doesn't work that way for Christmas cakes... They mature after being cooked!

And the ingreedients are quite similar.
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thermomonkey
OB1
Aren't they already cooked before getting to the supermarket? In other words they aren't going to continue maturing, just start degrading?

Well it doesn't work that way for Christmas cakes... They mature after being cooked!

And the ingreedients are quite similar.


True. But with the liberal addition of alcohol!

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