Chocolate Pudding Recipe
delectable treat or dessert is what you would call this chocolate pudding
recipe. Warm, creamy and chocolaty it is just the recipe for chocolate lovers.
We used to use pre-packaged puddings, but to be honest this one made from
scratch tastes so much better. It is so easy. Preparing the pudding recipe
shows the same difficulties in regards to a smooth, clump free result as the
factory packaged one. Therefore the full advantage of making the pudding from
scratch can be enjoyed leaving you with the confidence to just add ingredients into
the pudding without any food additive surprises. Served plain, with fruit or vanilla sauce it
is a delightful dessert.
List of ingredients:
- 1/3 cup of baking cocoa powder
- 1/3 cup of brown sugar
- ¼ cup of corn flour or cornstarch
- 1 pinch of Himalayan crystal salt
- 4 egg yolks
- 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
- 2 and ½ cups of milk
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Step by step directions:
- In a small pot measure and mix the third of a cup of cocoa
powder, one third of a cup of brown unrefined sugar, a quarter cup of cornstarch and a pinch of
- Crack and separate the egg yolks and the egg whites. The egg
yolks can be put in with the dry ingredients. The egg whites are not needed for
this pudding recipe. We keep them and use them to prepare some yummy chocolate almond macaroons.
- When all of the egg yolks and the vanilla extract have been
added to the mix take a spoon and work the mix into one paste, so that all of
the dry ingredients are captured. Then mix in the milk one gulp at a time,
stirring after each addition. Are the two and a half cups of milk and the
teaspoon of vanilla extract thoroughly worked under then place the pot on a
stove element and switch it on to medium heat. Heat the chocolate pudding mix while
stirring constantly. When the pudding thickens and the first bubble shows take
it off the oven element.
- Divide the chocolate pudding into four dessert bowls and
either serve warm or place it into the fridge to cool before serving. To
prevent the formation of a skin on top of the pudding during the cooling time keep
on stirring the pudding until it is cool. This works best before dividing the
budding into separate dishes.
Place some freshly diced fruit like banana or persimmon into
the dessert bowls before they are filled with chocolate pudding or use them to
decorate the top surface.
For those who love both vanilla and chocolate a bit of
vanilla sauce on the top might be just right.
Let us know how you liked the chocolate pudding recipe and
how you decided to serve it.
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