Vegan Christmas Pudding Launched To Meet Demand For Plant-Based Products

It is the latest in a long line of specialist products crafted for the vegan market
The new Christmas puddings are vegan and gluten-free (Photo: Lillypuds)

An artisan Christmas pudding maker has made a vegan version of the classic dessert in response to growing demand for plant-based food.

The pudding, made by LillyPuds, is also gluten-free.

It is made with vine fruits, gluten-free Chockwork Orange Beer, ginger, ground almonds, apple and spices, and is available as a 454g pudding.

The vegan pudding is a response to customer demand (Photo: Lillypuds)

According to the brand: "Light, delicious and packed full of the finest, hand-selected ingredients, the new vegan pudding is the real deal.

"In fact, pudding fans would be hard pushed to tell the difference between the traditional and vegan versions of this classic Christmas pudding. And, it's also gluten free!

"Just like you'd make at home, LillyPuds are lovingly-created using carefully selected ingredients that are mixed in small batches and traditionally steamed to produce a delicious dessert to complement any Christmas meal."

You can find out more about the pudding - including where it is sold - here

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