Stir up Sunday (5mn)

Stir Up Sunday is an informal name in the Anglican church for the last Sunday before Advent. It comes from the Collect for the day “Stir up, we beseech thee O Lord, the wills of thy faithful people.” However, it has become known as the day that many people make their Christmas pudding to allow the flavors to develop in time for Christmas Day. Here is Jamie Oliver’s recipe for Christmas pudding. Stir and make a wish!

And have a look at Good Housekeeping’s “ultimate guide to Stir-up Sunday 2020” for an alternative recipe and some great history on making Christmas pudding.

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