For Jen, the best thing about Christmas pudding is the brandy butter.  She has been known to eat it by the spoon when no-one is looking (but don’t tell anyone that!).


  • 200g dairy-free butter (we like Flora Plant Butter)
  • 175g icing sugar, sifted
  • Brandy


  1. With beaters or a wooden spoon, cream together the dairy-free spread and icing sugar until it is pale in colour and fluffy.
  2. Add brandy, a tablespoon at a time, until it tastes as you like it.  Yum!


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