Advert For Freeman's Pudding Powder reverse
Medium: Print on paper
This is the reverse of the leaflet.
Pudding was a very important part of the meal in the Victorian era. The lower classes did not eat pudding very often and it was seen as a frivolous luxury that few could afford. Desserts such as cakes, plum puddings, trifles and jellies were very popular with the middle classes, as can be seen from the spread on the table. Because only milk and sugar needed to be added to the powder it was a very quick to make, was cheap and very easy, the advertisement even states 'A child can make them'.