Product Review: Pudology

There is a God. I’ve just discovered an amazing new brand called Pudology, who specialise in the most indulgent little puddings that are free of dairy, gluten and eggs. They’re suitable for vegans, too!

Pudology-Corporate-Logo-2

The brand was borne out of a dream. A dream that everyone would be able to enjoy incredibly rich and delicious desserts regardless of any food intolerances. Puddings, you see, are very important things.

The Puds!
The Puds!

I was sent a selection of their latest flavours to taste, and I can’t tell you how delicious they are. I really can’t. They’re bloody delicious. Even dairy, gluten and egg loving boy devoured a chocolate pud without a murmur of complaint. “What’s it made of?” He muttered as he polished off the pot. “Dust,” I said. It’s not, but I like to lie to him.

So here’s our review, in full…

Banoffee Pie: My favourite. I loved the big bold flavours, gooey chocolate topping and crunchy biscuit base. It reminded me of a banoffee cheesecake for some reason. There is, obviously, no cheese involved though.

Banoffee Pie
Banoffee Pie

Chocolate Pud: Boy’s preference. Really rich, and a little like the gu chocolate pots. A chocoholics’ dream in tiny pudding form.

Chocolate Pud
Chocolate Pud

Lemon Pud: We liked this, but it didn’t really do it for our sweet teeth as much as the first two. Pretty zingy, sweet and full of flavour – but obviously fruit could never beat chocolate.

Lemon Pud
Lemon Pud

If you want to try Pudology’s masterpieces they’re available in Sainsbury’s, or you can click here for a full stockist list. Go banoffee, it’s the only way!

9/10

http://www.pudology.com/

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