Baked Chocolate Pudding

Baked Chocolate Pudding

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Baked Chocolate Pudding is a delicious dessert and in my opinion, a good choice for a winter or autumn dessert. I remember this dessert from my childhood and it is quite an easy recipe to follow. And like most things: Chocolate is delicious! This baked chocolate pudding is almost like a cake and as it bakes, it forms its own sauce. Without the sauce it would have turned out to be a bit of a dry dessert because the pudding is almost like a cake in texture. But the sauce makes it absolutely delicious. Together with custard, crème anglaise or with vanilla ice-cream it all comes together to be a lovely baked dessert! You can play here with your creative side, you could make a large square, round or triangle pudding, or simply make individual ones in lovely small soufflé ramekins and serve each one on a lovely under plate too. As a garnish variations of mint would be great to use, a lavender sprig, lemon verbena, pansies, snapdragon, nasturtiums and many more. If you perhaps have not made this baked chocolate pudding in a long time, maybe I can inspire you to make it soon!

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Serves: 4 Prep time: 10 Minutes Cook time: 40 Minutes Ready in: 50 Minutes

Nutrition: Calories 142 Carbs: 23g Protein: 2.1g Fat: 4.6g

Ingredients:
250 ml cake flour
10 ml baking powder
2.5 ml salt
125 ml sugar
20 ml cocoa powder
125 ml milk
15 ml melted butter
5 ml vanilla essence
15 ml chopped raisins/ chopped walnuts - OPTIONAL
125 ml brown sugar
25 ml cocoa powder
500 ml water
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Instructions:
1
Mix the cake flour, baking powder, salt, sugar and cocoa together.
2
In a separate bowl , mix the milk margarine or butter and vanilla essence together and add to the cake flour mixture.
3
If using the raisins or walnuts option, add it too and mix well.
4
Turn the batter into the greased dish or individual ramekins.
5
Sprinkle the brown sugar and cocoa powder mix on top and pour the boiling water over the batter.
6
Bake at 180°C for about 30 minutes or a skewer comes out clean.
7
The pudding formed its own sauce.
8
Serve with custard, creme anglaise or vanilla ice-cream.
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