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A quick, simple recipe for that time-honoured favourite – chocolate pudding.
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What no pudding? My teenage boys asked at mid day on Sunday. I googled chocolate pudding and found this really simple and very quick and a winner with the boys.
Can this be made in separate ramakin dishes? Would the cooking time change?
I've made this many times and it's so good!! See it on my blog under 'heaven in a bowl'
This recipe tasted magical, looks great and it gives your guests the impression that you have been slaving away in the kitchen preparing it when it only takes 8 mins. So quick as everything is prepared in same bowl. Need to serve it straight away to have the runny choc sauce effect on serving. My kids loved this.
Totally make this!!! It's SO easy and only uses storecupboard ingredients but comes out like something pre-planned. As a suggestion, prunes are good, as are pears and ginger- just layer this ontop of the sugar before pouring the water over. (Also- pop a plate with a lip underneath in the microwave- the sauce sometimes bubbles out a bit.) I've made this 3 times scince Wednesday!!
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