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Nov 20, 2011

Eggless Chocolate Pudding

I love browsing other food blog and I came across this recipe in moreover every blog...I know this recipe is going to be a keeper..




I thought of doing this last week, but somehow it got skipped always..Yesterday was the day and finally I made it. Before trying this, I thought this is going to turn some kind of chocolate custard like, but once I made it and tasted my first spoonful it taste so chocolaty and rich and yummy. Totally delicious..


I used plain dark chocolate chips to make this, But you could use your favorite chocolate like dairymilk or any chocolate. You need only 3 to 4 tblspn of that..I got around 2 big glassful of this rich rich desert, but it is a little too much for a single person..If you are serving this for parties, you could use mini glasses.Then I would say that you will get around 5 short glasses.


I would suggest you to add some nuts in this. It would be great if take some nut filled chocolates like dairymilk fruit and nut or something like that and use it. I decorated this with some cocoa and edible stars, you can do as you wish.

Ok here you go to the step by step recipe with pictures.

Ingrediants:

Milk - 400 ml / 1 ¾ cup / 14 fluid ounces
Cocoa Powder - 3 tblspn or as needed
Sugar – 3 tblspn or to taste
Custard Powder-2 tblspn
Vanilla Essence -1 tsp
Dark Chocolate Chips – 3 tblspn
Nuts of your choice ( optional)

Method:

Melt Dark chocolate chips either in microwave or double boiler and set aside.

Now take custard powder, cocoa, sugar in a mixing bowl. Add some milk and make it into smooth paste.

Now take the remaining milk and in a pan and heat it up..

When it starts to boil add the mixed custard batter slowly and mix constantly so that no lumps gets formed.( if you are afraid that lumps will form, then you can take the hot milk and add it into the mixed custard batter and mix well.Then pour the entire batter to the pan and heat it up)

Now mix this well till it gets thicken..It will take 5 minutes..Make sure that you keep the heat really low.

Add in the melted chocolate and mix well.Cook this for 2-3 mins on a very very low heat.

Now take it off the heat and fill your glasses with this.

Dust some cocoa on top and decorate it as per your wish.

Put it in the fridge for a couple of hours and serve chilled.

Enjoy each spoonful of chocolaty goodness.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
Add chocolate chips in a sauce pan
melt it down
Take custard and cocoa in a bowl
add in sugar
and mix well
pour half of milk and make this into a smooth paste
set this aside
heat remaining milk
add in vanilla
bring this to boil
add the chocolate mixture in this
mix well
Cook untill it gets thick
fold in the melted chocolate
mix well
done done..
can you see how thick it is
now allow it to cool a bit
take your glasses
fill it up
decorate it as per your wish
MMMM....YUMMO..
Enjoy each mouthful...

24 comments:

Asiya said... Best Blogger Tips

Love chocolate pudding & yours look great! Can't wait to try this but I will use milk chocolate chips instead!

faseela said... Best Blogger Tips

so tempting.......feel like having it now......superb

Sharmilee! :) said... Best Blogger Tips

Delicious pudding..looks super yum

Aruna Manikandan said... Best Blogger Tips

looks yummy arthi :)

Tina said... Best Blogger Tips

Soooo creamy and mouthwatering chocolate pudding..

Dzoli said... Best Blogger Tips

This would intrigue me to make.Without egg.It looks delicious to me;)

Chitra said... Best Blogger Tips

very nice.sure it tastes gr8 :)

Kaveri said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks really chocolatey and very very yum

Premalatha Aravindhan said... Best Blogger Tips

wow yummy pudding,it set in the glass perfectly...

Hari Chandana said... Best Blogger Tips

Wowwwwwwwwww.. looks simply awesome and tempting.. beautiful clicks too !!
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Raksha said... Best Blogger Tips

This is superb, tempting delicious

Archana said... Best Blogger Tips

superb recipe. Thanks. making it almost immediately

Buttery Saffron Infused Bites

Ingredients

2/3 cup hot water
few saffron threads
1 tsp dry yeast
4 tbsp Melt Buttery Spread
pinch of salt
2 cups all purpose flour

Directions

Soak the saffron threads in the hot water for a couple of minutes until the water becomes lukewarm. Pour the yellowish water in your mixing bowl, sprinkle the yeast over and let it dissolve. Since we're using too much water for a teaspoon of yeast, it is not going to foam. When the yeast dissolves add 4 tbsp Melt Buttery Spread. With the hook attachment on start mixing slowly adding the salt and the flour. Mix until all the flour is incorporated and the dough comes clean form the sides of the bowl.
Place the dough into a greased bowl, cover and let it rest until in doubles in volume. It's going to take about 30-40 minutes.
When the dough is risen, divide it into 24 mini balls. Place each ball into a mini muffin cup. If using paper liners there's no need to grease the pan. If not, grease the pan before placing the mini balls in the muffin cups.
Cover the pan again and heat the oven to 375F.
Let the balls rise again for about 15 minutes while the oven reaches the desired temperature.
Bake in preheated oven for 18-20 minutes. Let them cool slightly into the baking pan and completely on a wire rack.
Enjoy!

Chitra said... Best Blogger Tips

so rich and creamy...love the consistency

simply.food said... Best Blogger Tips

Simply chocolicious. Thanks for dropping by simply.food.Your visit and comments are very much appreciated.

Kavi said... Best Blogger Tips

thanks for the commenting! I'm following you back too! :)
And this is a marvelous recipe! Do check out my blog.. I'll be making & posting this in the next few days! I loved it!
Do go through rules of my Ongoing event: Healthy Lunch Challenge & try to send yuor entries. :)
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The Pumpkin Farm said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks good, choco mousse with custard

Ramya said... Best Blogger Tips

What a cute looking treat!! loved the little stars on top:-)

anthony stemke said... Best Blogger Tips

Lovely pudding, yum yum.

Ankita said... Best Blogger Tips

Hey! My mum and I tried it out together!!! Heavenly! So yummy!
Thanks for this amazing recipe! :)

vara said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks very tempting. Can ordinary dairy milk chocolate bits be substituted for dark chocolate chips?

Red Scintilla said... Best Blogger Tips

i made this today for my husband's birthday .. TOTAL LOVE !! its so yummy , i cudnt get my hands off of this !! a MUST-try !
THANX AARTHI !

aredarose nicky said... Best Blogger Tips

Hey Aarthi... today only i saw your website its really amazing. I really love all your cooking and i became a great fan of yourrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

I love you babby ... GOD blessed you with a great talent ...

All the best

aredarose nicky said... Best Blogger Tips

Hey Aarthi... today only i saw your website its really amazing. I really love all your cooking and i became a great fan of yourrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

I love you babby ... GOD blessed you with a great talent ...

All the best

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Aarthi, I'm a big fan of your blog and recipe collection. Tried this pudding today. It was so scrumptious! Very chocolatey.... my husband had a spoonful and asked "is this whole thing melted chocolate?"... it was that good...my little one loved it too. Thanks a lot and keep those fab recipes coming. Lots of love, Meera