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Help for my Christmas day pud please!

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Ladyofthehouse Mon 22-Dec-14 10:38:45

I'm in charge of puddings for Christmas day at my sisters house. I've planned to make this

However, I've mistakenly ordered individual sized hemisphere tins - they've just arrived and they're tiny!!

Can I use anything else - I have normal cake tins or pudding basins? Or should I try and make about 8 mini puddings??

Ahhhhh!! I'm such an idiot!!

Chewbecca Mon 22-Dec-14 11:04:29

Goodness that looks fabulous.

Do you not have any baking shops in any nearby towns you can ring round to see if they have the right shape tin? (& return the wrong tins)

If not I think,sadly, you'll have to go for an alternative recipe.

Chewbecca Mon 22-Dec-14 11:07:28

Could order from amazon & pay extra for next day delivery?

Ladyofthehouse Mon 22-Dec-14 11:28:55

Unfortunately on Amazon they only sell them through Lakeland so no next day delivery option!

I can't believe I ordered the wrong ones!

Furball Mon 22-Dec-14 11:32:21

I would use pudding basins?

Could you do dummy run with quicko normal sponge? to see if the shape is right? - yes I know it's a waste, though I'm sure the kids would eat it. put abit of custard on and instant 'normal day' pudding!

Ladyofthehouse Mon 22-Dec-14 11:39:04

Ooh that's a good idea! Can a pudding basin go in the oven?

I've also set DH the challenge of popping out in his lunch hour to see what he can find!!

I thought I was so organised as well!!

Furball Mon 22-Dec-14 13:56:04

Good question - Mine is stoneware and I would have no second thoughts in cooking with it in the oven. (I haven't)

If you are worried quickly pop to Tesco and get a pyrex one?

Ladyofthehouse Mon 22-Dec-14 15:12:00

Great idea! Thanks! Knew I should have just premade a christmas pudding!! Serves me right for trying to be fancy!!

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