Mrs Hinch makes her own DIY four-ingredient no-bake Christmas puddings and kids will love it | The Sun

CHRISTMAS is less than two weeks away and if you’re a parent, it’s highly likely that you have a huge to-do-list, full of festive tasks.

Whether that’s putting up your decorations, buying gifts or writing your food shopping list, it can often seem as though the Christmas tasks are endless.



But to make things a little bit more fun, if you have a Christmas pudding on your shopping list, you might want to think again before you buy.

As Mrs Hinch has shared how she creates her own version of Christmas pudding and it's bound to leave your little ones impressed.

Sophie Hinchliffe, 32, took to her Instagram yesterday to share her no-bake, DIY Christmas pudding recipe – a fun DIY activity to ensure that your kids are not only kept entertained over the festive season, but are left with a delicious treat too.

If you turn your nose up at traditional Christmas pudding, this is one for you and to make things even better, your kids will love it too.

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The social media star, who gave birth to her oldest son Ronnie in June 2019 and her second son Lennie, in May 2021, shared her Christmas pudding tutorial and said: “NO BAKE DIY CHRISTMAS PUDS🎄

“The only Christmas Pud that I’ll actually eat 🙈 

“Who else wants to love Christmas pudding but can’t stand the taste of it? 😭😂

“Using some chocolate digestives, melted white choc, Smarties and some green candy buttons … we made these 🙌 and they tasted Delish! 

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“Thank you for the inspiration @hungry_little_bakers ❤️”

In the clip, we see Mrs Hinch make her festive treat – she first gets a pack of McVitie's chocolate digestive biscuits and then dips half of the biscuits in melted white chocolate. 

Her young son Lennie also took part in the fun as he helped coat the biscuit in white chocolate.

She adds a Smartie to the white chocolate part of the biscuit and finishes with a green chocolate button, broken in half to create leaves.

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We think her Christmas puddings look fabulous and are sure to keep children happy this December.

Many social media users loved Mrs Hinch’s hack too, as mums rushed to the comments to express this.

One person said: “These are so cute, will be giving these a go with my lil girl thank you.” 

Another added: “Very effective and simple little something to do after school thank you for sharing.” 

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A third commented: “This is my kinda kids baking! No dishes.”

Whilst someone else noted: “Ooo love this, definitely getting this or my girls to make next week.”

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