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  • Foodie Friday | Easy Baked Chocolate Pudding

    Foodie Friday | Easy Baked Chocolate Pudding

    Hi guys! Today’s Foodie Friday is going to get really chocolaty with this delicious chocolate pudding. It’s super easy to make so if you feel like having something warm and made of chocolate after Sunday lunch (or any meal for that matter) this is the dessert to try. It’s made with only a few ingredients and is super moist. The Easy Baked Chocolate Pudding!

    Easy Baked Chocolate Pudding


    • 250 ml Cake Flour
    • 10 ml Baking Powder
    • 2.5 ml Salt
    • 125 ml Sugar
    • 22.5 ml Cacao
    • 125 ml Milk
    • 15 ml Butter, melted
    • 125 ml Brown Sugar mixed with 30 ml Cacao (I’ve used white sugar many times and it comes out just as yum)
    • 500 ml Boiling Water


    Pre-heat the oven to 180ºC and prepare an oven safe dish with some non stick spray, make sure that your dish isn’t too shallow, as you can see from the images below the dessert goes up rather high in the bowl while baking and there is nothing worse than batter in the bottom of the oven.  In a mixing bowl combine all the dry ingredients except the brown sugar mixture. Mix the milk and melted butter and mix in with the dry ingredients until everything is well combined. Transfer to the oven safe dish and sprinkle the brown sugar and cacao mix over, just before popping it into the oven pour the boiling water over. Bake for 30 minutes.

    This dessert makes its own sauce, clever right ? I should call it an iPudding! Serve it on its own or with some ice-cream or even custard!


    Foodie Friday | Easy Baked Chocolate Pudding
    Foodie Friday | Easy Baked Chocolate Pudding

    I’m a South African Beauty, Lifestyle & Travel blogger and I’m currently finding myself in the Garden Route. A little town called Wilderness is home. I am a very proud dog mom, learning to love my curvy body and a 30 plus blogger.

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    1 Comment

    1. Candice Petersen
      14/08/2015 / 09:27

      Oooe this really looks delicious ! I also want yummy

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