The $10 Cob Loaf Pudding you need to try this Christmas

A festive pud that fuses together the very best Aussie flavours.
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There’s nothing more Christmas than pudding, and nothing more Australian than cob loaf.

And now, Amazon has brought the two foods together into one delicious, and uniquely Aussie product, a Cob-Loaf Christmas Pud. 

WATCH NOW: Single-serve cob loaf recipe. Article continues after video. 

This fair dinkum limited edition dessert has been created in conjunction with the global e-commerce retailer, MasterChef Fans & Favourites 2022 contestant Montana Hughes, and ‘Pud For All Seasons‘ as the ultimate Christmas day sweet (and savoury) treat. 

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The innovative recipe mixes bread crumbs, caramelised onions, cheese, rosemary, dried fruits, and garlic, highlighting just how well the humble flavours of a cob loaf mix into a traditional plum pudding. 

The pud was created in conjunction with Montana Hughes and ‘Puds For All Seasons.’ (Credit: Amazon)

Reflecting upon what makes these equally iconic products work so well together, Montana said the Cob Loaf Christmas Pudding was a “perfect reflection of Christmas down under.”

“Making the Christmas pudding fit for Australian Christmas meant playing with flavour combinations and experimenting with what we define as a “typical” dessert.”

“I wanted to create something memorable, that has a place next to our seafood and mango salad.”

This delicious dessert is available to purchase for a limited time only. (Credit: Amazon)

Karen Kelly, Founder of ‘Pud For All Seasons’ echoed these sentiments, describing the pudding as a “playful twist on a classic.”

“We believe this uniquely Aussie Christmas pudding will help all Aussies feel the love for the Christmas pud and we can’t wait for Aussies to experience the experience joy it adds to their holiday celebrations.” 

If you’d like to try the Amazon Aussie Christmas Pudding, they are currently available to purchase for just $10. Click here to order one now – you’ll have to get in quick however, these are sure to sell out fast!

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