10 January 2020
Gather up the leftover panettone from the festive season and treat yourself to this delicious pud from Rosie Radford.
“Panettone is often given as a gift at Christmas/New Year, but many people don't know what to do with it and it ends up in the bin! If you still have some left over, avoid waste by making it into this tasty pudding. You can also use creams and custards in the layers. Delicious and fills #belliesnotbins!”
Rosie Radford, Cheltenham Open Door
Rosie is a chef at Cheltenham Open Door, a charity that provides food and support to vulnerable, disadvantaged and lonely people. As well as hearty home cooked meals the charity offers showering and laundry facilities and access to outreach workers.
One of the guests said: “Open Door helped me when I first came to Cheltenham seeking accommodation. Not having to worry about food in the initial five weeks helped massively. I am hugely grateful and still come back occasionally to see familiar friends and faces and for the Sunday fry-up!”
Rosie uses surplus ingredients from FareShare and likes giving popular dishes a special twist, including this post-Christmas pud.
“Panettone is often given as a gift at Christmas, but many people don't know what to do with it and it ends up in the bin! If you still have some left over, avoid waste by making it into this tasty pudding. You can also use creams and custards in the layers. It’s delicious and it fills bellies not bins!”
FareShare and Honest Crust have teamed up to uncover the best surplus recipes from across the UK, following the launch of Honest Crusts surplus Christmas Sandwich in December 2019. Find out more about this collaboration on Honest Crust’s website.
'Leftover Pudding' Pud!
Preheat the oven to gas mark 4 (180℃, 350℉)
Rosie’s top tip: It makes a fabulous breakfast. Cut into thick rounds, toast and spread with lots of butter!