Giveaway & Review: Betty’s Christmas Plum Pudding in Ceramic Pudding Basin

Giveaway & Review: Bettys Christmas Plum Pudding in a Collectable Ceramic Pudding Basin

Christmas Plum Pudding

Giveaway & Review:

Betty’s Christmas Plum Pudding in Ceramic Pudding Basin

Giveaway & Review: Bettys Christmas Plum Pudding in a Collectable Ceramic Pudding Basin

I know, I have mentioned the “C” word, but, Bonfire Night and Remembrance Sunday have passed now, and it is only 43 days to Christmas day, so I think I am allowed! Plus, I have some lovely NEW Christmas Gift and Baking recipes to share over the next few weeks, as well as some old favourites. Now, I am a Christmas Pudding maker – every year I make my  Traditional Victorian Christmas Pudding, and I always make it on Stir-Up Sunday too……but, when I was offered a beautiful Christmas Pudding to try from Betty’s, (my favourite tea rooms in the whole of the UK, and NO, I am not exaggerating, I LOVE Betty’s and I have a long and tasty relationship with this Yorkshire company) I decided I would have a year off making my own pudding and this Christmas we will all be enjoying this VERY luxurious Betty’s Christmas Plum Pudding.  However, not only am I going to enjoy this pudding with my family this year, but so are one of my lucky Lavender and Lovage readers too, as Betty’s have very kindly offered me another Christmas Plum Pudding to offer as a Giveaway prize on my blog…..

Giveaway & Review: Bettys Christmas Plum Pudding in a Collectable Ceramic Pudding Basin

Christmas Plum Pudding

“A proper pud, full of plums, apricots and sultanas and presented in a ceramic bowl.” – Ideal Home magazine.

 

This beautiful pudding comes in its own collectable ceramic pudding basin and is made with dried whole plums, cranberries, apricots and sultanas soaked in Yorkshire Stout……..I am sold already!  One pudding serves 6 to 8 people and weighs 780g, which, in old money is about 1 and 3/4lbs, so a nice BIG plum pudding! But don’t take my word for it, this pudding is featured in “House Beautiful”, “Country Home and Interiors” and “Eat In Magazine”It costs £19:95, but do keep in mind that is an artisan pudding and is stuffed full of booze and fruit, and does come in a ceramic bowl and not a plastic one, so I feel for the quality and size it’s well worth splashing out on one of these festive beauties.  If you would like to order one anyway,  the posting dates are as follows: 

Last order dates for Christmas are: UK Mainland 19th December, EU 5th December, Rest of World 28th November. 

Betty's Christmas

 Now on to the Giveaway, I have ONE of these Christmas Puddings to give away and all you have to do to win it, is the follow the instructions below: 

To be in with a chance to win this Christmas Plum Pudding from Betty’s, all you have to do is the following:
Giveaway & Review: Bettys Christmas Plum Pudding in a Collectable Ceramic Pudding Basin

Christmas Plum Pudding

1. Complete the Rafflecopter widget below to verify your entries – THREE mandatory questions will appear, which you need to answer by leaving a comment at the bottom of the post, liking the Betty’s Facebook page and liking the Lavender and Lovage page, before going back to the Rafflecopter form and hitting “Enter”. (After this, you can complete the bonus entries as explained on the form to increase your odds of winning – you can also return daily to tweet this for more bonus entries)
2. Entries are by blog comment, Twitter, Facebook etc
3. Closing Date: 12th December 2012 in order for the puddings to be sent out in time for Christmas.
(For more information on how to enter blog giveaways using Rafflecopter please see this short video)
You can win more bonus entries by tweeting on a daily basis.
It’s EASY! Rafflecopter will tweet, like and follow on your behalf. For information on finding the URL of your tweet please see this.
GOOD LUCK!
Karen

 

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Comments

  1. Jan Beal says

    I’ll be celebrating Christmas with my husband and BOTH my sons. The youngest lives in Vietnam and this will be the first Christmas home in 3 years!

  2. Jenny Leonard says

    This year I will be celebrating Christmas with my partner and our 6 children, and the weekend beforehand we will have Grandma and Grandpa staying with us from Scotland… I can’t wait! :)

  3. says

    We’ll spend the week on the road visiting different family members. It’ll be the same as every other year but this year it’ll also be my daughter’s first Christmas so that’ll be very exciting for us.

  4. Rainie Bish says

    With my husband, kids, dogs, parents, sister, brother-in-law, niece, nephew & girlfriend, another-brother-in-law & partner plus dogs. Another niece her boyfriend & dogs and just waiting to hear from the rest.

  5. says

    Here in Austria I will have two friends from Australia visiting and celebrating an Austrian white Christmas with myself, my husband & my in-laws.

  6. Birdie says

    I’ll be travelling home to spend Christmas with my parents and my mom’s family. A lovely plum pudding would make the 11-hour drive more palatable by giving me something to look forward to.
    PS–I live in the US; I didn’t find a note saying this giveaway was only open to UK residents. I’m sorry if I’ve missed it.

  7. Karen Whittaker says

    After last year when I had parents, two brothers with wives and children, this year it will just be me, my other half and my two children. Probably still won’t be peaceful though!!

  8. Lisa Pope says

    We will share Christmas with my husbands family this year. It’ll be the first time in years thet I’ve not cooked for everyone at my house.

  9. SARAH LAMBERT says

    Every year we spend the 1st half of the day with my husbands family at their home and then in the afternoon my family come over to our home and we have a little buffett laid on for them.We tend to see our friends boxing day and over the new year :)
    Xx

  10. says

    Karen, not sure my entry will go through as I could only do the one thing – comment – cannot follow you or Bettys on Facebook, as I am not on Facebook and never will be. Looks like a beautiful pudding. I’m a longtime fan of Bettys too!

  11. Victoria N says

    My husband and I will be visiting the in-laws this Christmas, although as we are expecting our first child, we will be spending next Christmas as a family for the first time.

  12. kayleigh Dawn says

    ohhhh this year is going to be hectic! 3 sisters with their husbands, my parents and their 6 grandsons and 5 granddaughters!!! WOWZERS! @xxfluffywhitexx on twitter

  13. Michelle Hughes says

    We shall awake christmas morning I my hubby to be and 2 children then we go to my parents and spend the day with my grandparents, parents, two brother, 3 lizards, 2 children and the cat x

  14. Sarah H says

    This year it will be my boyfriend, my mum, my cousin and a close family friend who lost her sister this year and has no other family. In our house it’s the more the merrier!

  15. Helen says

    I’ll be celebrating Christmas with my husband, mum and son this year; unfortunately my husband’s dad died a few weeks ago so we’ll be lighting a candle in remembrance of him on Christmas day and throughout the festivities.

  16. nicci cowdell-murray says

    we always go to my mums where my sisters and their families go to . My mum usually ends up cooking for 13 of us lol :)

    @chanson2010

  17. Diana Cotter says

    My mum and I are currently taste testing all the Christmas puds we can get our hands on – this looks amazing!

  18. Caroline Scott says

    We’ll be heading up to Scotland to spend it with my husband’s family. There are 6 siblings, 7 nieces and nephews, countless uncles nad aunties and Xmas will be pretty much an open house! It will be an expertly controlled chaos

  19. says

    I will be celebrating it with my future inlaws! We take turns in which family we visit each year. We will be having Christmas dinner with them but seeing my family in the morning thankfully!

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