Matthew Walker GLUTEN FREE Christmas Pudding (100g) - £1 @ Iceland
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Matthew Walker GLUTEN FREE Christmas Pudding (100g) - £1 @ Iceland

£1£1.85 46% Iceland Deals
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Found 13th Dec 2017
We all love a Christmas pud. But we don't all love gluten

So this is the best of both worlds - a gluten free Christmas pudding

And what's more, it is 3 for £2 on this, Iceland Classic Fruity Christmas Pudding - 100g and Iceland Syrup Sponge Pudding - 115g)

The next best price is £1.85 for just this @ Ocado

31 Comments

Awesome, thanks......I’ll stockpile as these always sell out and then Amazon charge extortionate prices

Have some heat for this ... Ideal for the intolerants!

Good price - cheaper than Aldi and Lidl.

Good deal. Matthew Walker make nearly all Christmas puddings including those expensive ones in one giant factory.

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choc196941 m ago

Awesome, thanks......I’ll stockpile as these always sell out and then A …Awesome, thanks......I’ll stockpile as these always sell out and then Amazon charge extortionate prices


virgil4738 m ago

Have some heat for this ... Ideal for the intolerants!



jaceyar33 m ago

Good price - cheaper than Aldi and Lidl.



Glad to be of help guys! I am not intolerant but try to avoid gluten and found it is expensive! So when I saw this, I had to share! Happy eating

xcloose5 m ago

Glad to be of help guys! I am not intolerant but try to avoid gluten and …Glad to be of help guys! I am not intolerant but try to avoid gluten and found it is expensive! So when I saw this, I had to share! Happy eating


Why you avoid gluten?

nutritionfacts.org/201…ful

xcloose6 m ago

Glad to be of help guys! I am not intolerant but try to avoid gluten and …Glad to be of help guys! I am not intolerant but try to avoid gluten and found it is expensive! So when I saw this, I had to share! Happy eating


Do you avoid bread too,gluten free is awful for sandwiches.

The problem with most processed Gluten Free food is they replace the gluten with sugar, salt and other nasties. Still amazed to see a cake for £1 - amazing bargain.

In terms of bread - very true. The best Gluten Free bread I have found is Schar Wholesome Seeded Loaf: tastes nice, especially toasted, sensible ingredients without any nasty oddities. It's not cheap - £2.50 for maybe 12 slices - but it's very good and a treat. A lot of their range is very good indeed. Generally if you are gluten intolerant or Coeliac you mostly have to cook from scratch.

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JeremyM39 m ago

Why you avoid …Why you avoid gluten?https://nutritionfacts.org/2016/02/23/how-a-gluten-free-diet-can-be-harmful


It just bloats you out. So something I would rather avoid

PD10132 m ago

The problem with most processed Gluten Free food is they replace the …The problem with most processed Gluten Free food is they replace the gluten with sugar, salt and other nasties. Still amazed to see a cake for £1 - amazing bargain. In terms of bread - very true. The best Gluten Free bread I have found is Schar Wholesome Seeded Loaf: tastes nice, especially toasted, sensible ingredients without any nasty oddities. It's not cheap - £2.50 for maybe 12 slices - but it's very good and a treat. A lot of their range is very good indeed. Generally if you are gluten intolerant or Coeliac you mostly have to cook from scratch.



Try Genius gluten free bread. Once again, not cheap but they do breads with seeds which are amazing toasted

xcloose4 m ago

It just bloats you out. So something I would rather avoidTry Genius gluten …It just bloats you out. So something I would rather avoidTry Genius gluten free bread. Once again, not cheap but they do breads with seeds which are amazing toasted



Yes, Genius is my 2nd best GF bread - £2.80 but for a proper sized loaf. The ingredients aren't great though, some oddities here:

Water, Maize Starch, Potato Starch, Mixed Seeds (11%): Sunflower Seeds, Linseed, Millet Seeds, Poppy Seeds, Tapioca Starch, Vegetable Oil: Rapeseed Oil, Sunflower Oil, Humectant: Vegetable Glycerol, Psyllium Husk Powder, Stabilisers: Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose, Xanthan Gum, Yeast, Ground Golden Flaxseed, Iodised Salt: Salt, Potassium Iodate, Free Range Dried Egg White, Rice Flour, Fermented Maize Starch, Dextrose, Partially Inverted Sugar Syrup, Calcium Carbonate, Niacin, Iron, Riboflavin, Thiamine, Folic Acid

Compare to Schar white:
Maize Starch, Water, Sour Dough (18%): (Rice Flour, Water), Rice Starch, Rice Syrup, Apple Fibre, Sunflower Oil, Millet Flour (2.6%), Soya Protein, Quinoa Flour (1.7%), Thickener: (Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose), Yeast, Salt, Honey (0.5%)

Or Schar seeded:
Water, Maize Starch, Sour Dough (16%): (Rice Flour, Water), Rice Starch, Cereals (4.3%): [Millet Flour (2.6%), Quinoa Flour (1.7%)]; Apple Fibre, Sugar Beet Syrup, Sunflower Oil, Rice Syrup, Soya Flakes (2.1%), Sunflower Seeds (2.1%), Soya Bran (1.9%), Lineseeds (1.9%), Thickener: (Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulos), Millet Flakes (1.4%), Soya Protein, Yeast, Sea Salt, Honey (0.5%).

So small.

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PD10122 m ago

Yes, Genius is my 2nd best GF bread - £2.80 but for a proper sized loaf. …Yes, Genius is my 2nd best GF bread - £2.80 but for a proper sized loaf. The ingredients aren't great though, some oddities here:Water, Maize Starch, Potato Starch, Mixed Seeds (11%): Sunflower Seeds, Linseed, Millet Seeds, Poppy Seeds, Tapioca Starch, Vegetable Oil: Rapeseed Oil, Sunflower Oil, Humectant: Vegetable Glycerol, Psyllium Husk Powder, Stabilisers: Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose, Xanthan Gum, Yeast, Ground Golden Flaxseed, Iodised Salt: Salt, Potassium Iodate, Free Range Dried Egg White, Rice Flour, Fermented Maize Starch, Dextrose, Partially Inverted Sugar Syrup, Calcium Carbonate, Niacin, Iron, Riboflavin, Thiamine, Folic AcidCompare to Schar white: Maize Starch, Water, Sour Dough (18%): (Rice Flour, Water), Rice Starch, Rice Syrup, Apple Fibre, Sunflower Oil, Millet Flour (2.6%), Soya Protein, Quinoa Flour (1.7%), Thickener: (Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose), Yeast, Salt, Honey (0.5%)Or Schar seeded:Water, Maize Starch, Sour Dough (16%): (Rice Flour, Water), Rice Starch, Cereals (4.3%): [Millet Flour (2.6%), Quinoa Flour (1.7%)]; Apple Fibre, Sugar Beet Syrup, Sunflower Oil, Rice Syrup, Soya Flakes (2.1%), Sunflower Seeds (2.1%), Soya Bran (1.9%), Lineseeds (1.9%), Thickener: (Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulos), Millet Flakes (1.4%), Soya Protein, Yeast, Sea Salt, Honey (0.5%).


Only issue is I also try to avoid soya. It has been linked to lowering mens... swimmers lol

Only of use to celiac sufferers and gullible faddy eaters with no scientific understanding.
Edited by: "krish" 13th Dec 2017

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krish5 m ago

Only of use to celiac sufferers and gullible faddy eaters with no …Only of use to celiac sufferers and gullible faddy eaters with no scientific understanding.


Your point? If I help just 1 person, it is a deal. That is like saying a deal for a lightning cable is only for iPhone users. Not everything is going to be for everyonw

Genius is ok toasted but it’s so dry for sandwiches,it makes it worse because I don’t like butter on sandwiches,so it’s doubly dry lol

Thanks for posting! I need to take some individual ones for myself around varying family meals so I'm not as much as a fuss for them (OH's mum does get in such a flap over feeding me, bless her!) I'll stock up on a few!

JeremyM1 h, 30 m ago

Why you avoid …Why you avoid gluten?https://nutritionfacts.org/2016/02/23/how-a-gluten-free-diet-can-be-harmful


Since I went gluten-free a few weeks ago my psoriasis is clearing up, about 70% gone so far.
Edited by: "maclennanneil" 13th Dec 2017

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Domthedonkey22 m ago

Genius is ok toasted but it’s so dry for sandwiches,it makes it worse b …Genius is ok toasted but it’s so dry for sandwiches,it makes it worse because I don’t like butter on sandwiches,so it’s doubly dry lol


Awww man lol #ToughBreak

maclennanneil18 m ago

Since I went gluten-free a few weeks ago my psoriasis is clearing up, …Since I went gluten-free a few weeks ago my psoriasis is clearing up, about 70% gone so far.



GREAT to hear! People are always against things they do not do themselves. So glad to hear this

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codeine36 m ago

Thanks for posting! I need to take some individual ones for myself around …Thanks for posting! I need to take some individual ones for myself around varying family meals so I'm not as much as a fuss for them (OH's mum does get in such a flap over feeding me, bless her!) I'll stock up on a few!


Here to help!

wedonotneedit6661 h, 33 m ago

So small.



Perfect for those families where only one member of the family is intolerant to gluten, the rest of the family can them eat the "full fat" version.

xcloose1 h, 3 m ago

Your point? If I help just 1 person, it is a deal. That is like saying a …Your point? If I help just 1 person, it is a deal. That is like saying a deal for a lightning cable is only for iPhone users. Not everything is going to be for everyonw


Not sure who exactly you're helping - off the shelf GF foods are full of horrible gluten substitutes and other additives and often less healthier than the 'original' with more carbs and fat. The rest of the thread seems to be a discussion of GF by non-celiac sufferers, essentially promoting it with fact-free unproven anecdotes. This whole area is prime real estate for the sort of fairytales we usually get from the charlatans and wackjobs of the anti-vaxxer and homeopathy/complimentary 'medicine' quackery brigade.

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krish15 m ago

Not sure who exactly you're helping - off the shelf GF foods are full of …Not sure who exactly you're helping - off the shelf GF foods are full of horrible gluten substitutes and other additives and often less healthier than the 'original' with more carbs and fat. The rest of the thread seems to be a discussion of GF by non-celiac sufferers, essentially promoting it with fact-free unproven anecdotes. This whole area is prime real estate for the sort of fairytales we usually get from the charlatans and wackjobs of the anti-vaxxer and homeopathy/complimentary 'medicine' quackery brigade.


So what do you suggest if you are gluten intolerant or just don't want gluten? This was my attempt to help but you clearly don't think it is helpful so what do you suggest? Take your time thinking of 1

And coeliac disease is not fairtale. If you do not have it or are interested in what it means, sit down

You don't like this deal (purpose of this site - posting deals which are cheaper than elsewhere for an item) and probably voted cold - well done you

Now run along and troll other deals

xcloose45 m ago

So what do you suggest if you are gluten intolerant or just don't want …So what do you suggest if you are gluten intolerant or just don't want gluten? This was my attempt to help but you clearly don't think it is helpful so what do you suggest? Take your time thinking of 1And coeliac disease is not fairtale. If you do not have it or are interested in what it means, sit downYou don't like this deal (purpose of this site - posting deals which are cheaper than elsewhere for an item) and probably voted cold - well done youNow run along and troll other deals


I'm genuinely not trolling and I know coeliac/celiac disease is a big deal (I never referred to that as a fairy tale), having studied wheat proteins since 1994. But once you move onto other (non-celiac) conditions with no proven connection, you're moving into the dangerous ground of amateur medical advice.

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krish10 m ago

I'm genuinely not trolling and I know coeliac/celiac disease is a big deal …I'm genuinely not trolling and I know coeliac/celiac disease is a big deal (I never referred to that as a fairy tale), having studied wheat proteins since 1994. But once you move onto other (non-celiac) conditions with no proven connection, you're moving into the dangerous ground of amateur medical advice.


Cool story bro

JeremyM6 h, 44 m ago

Why you avoid …Why you avoid gluten?https://nutritionfacts.org/2016/02/23/how-a-gluten-free-diet-can-be-harmful


Because wheat and gluten are bad for you. We have enough of pesticides in our air, water and food. That's a different story. Gluten can cause lots of weird problems which you would never connect with it

My wife suffers from coeliac disease, from her point of view the more people that opt for a gluten free diet the better as the market for such goods will grow meaning more choice and lower prices.
Coeliac disease is a serious medical condition that can cause cancer, a variety of bone conditions and certainly premature death.

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mikecml2 h, 27 m ago

My wife suffers from coeliac disease, from her point of view the more …My wife suffers from coeliac disease, from her point of view the more people that opt for a gluten free diet the better as the market for such goods will grow meaning more choice and lower prices.Coeliac disease is a serious medical condition that can cause cancer, a variety of bone conditions and certainly premature death.

Firstly I am sorry to hear that

But it is so true. When I stopped eating meat 25years ago, there were not many choices to eat and the few that were were quite expensive. Fast forward 25years and the choices are so much more and so much cheaper because loads opt for it now. And loads of people have an opinion on something before they even try it but they may like or even prefer it if they actually do

This looks like an excellent Deal deserving more heat. :-)

choc196913th Dec

Awesome, thanks......I’ll stockpile as these always sell out and then A …Awesome, thanks......I’ll stockpile as these always sell out and then Amazon charge extortionate prices


Oh yes!, I can only well imagine what other places like Amazon charge for such (when they see a good milking in order, huh?. :-(

Ps.
Loving your profile picture too by the way. :-D

Heat added by the way OP. :-)

Unfortunately fruitless trip for me as no stock or even knowledge in my local Iceland
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