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Reader's Recipe: Dark Chocolate Puds

Reader's Recipe: Dark Chocolate Puds

drool-worthyAt first glance, reader mandiesoh's recipe for Dark Chocolate Puds looks like a big gooey cookie (which is definitely what caught my attention). However, when you read through it and view all of her awesome step-by-step pictures, you'll see that it's actually a type of muffin/cake with a gooey chocolate center. Talk about tasty! To check out mandiesoh's recipe,



Recipe from mandiesoh

Another recipe from GoodFood Magazine: 101 Tempting Desserts. Slightly modified, here's my version of Dark Chocolate Puds! (pssst. its really yummy!)

drool-worthydrool-worthy

INGREDIENTS

100g/4oz butter, chopped and extra for greasing
50g/2oz plain plour, plus extra for dusting
100g bar dark chocolate, broken
8 cubes of dark choc (for middle)
3 eggs
85g/3oz caster sugar

Serves 8

METHOD

1. Preheat oven at 200C/Gas 6. Butter and lightly flour muffin tray

2. Melt dark chocolate and butter in microwave, roughly 2 mins

3. Whisk eggs and sugar until mixture leaves a trial on top when whisk blades are lifted.

4. Stir in flour, then chocolate mixture.
Pud mixPud mix

5. Pour into muffin tray.
Nice and gooey!Nice and gooey!

6. Push in a cube of dark chocolate into centre of each.
Cabury Gold Dark Choc :drool:Cabury Gold Dark Choc :drool:

Nice and deep people! :pNice and deep people! :p

7. Place on baking tray and bake 16-20mins.
poofy!poofy!

8. Cool for 5 mins, and turn out onto plates.
cakey on the outside.....cakey on the outside.....

moist and chocolatey on the inside!moist and chocolatey on the inside!

Serve warm or at room temp.

Join The Conversation
akmarspice akmarspice 8 years
this is sooo yummy I'm gonna make it again tonight! Thanks for the recipe!
VolleyJen14 VolleyJen14 10 years
ooo, white chocolate might be an interesting touch!
mandiesoh mandiesoh 10 years
thank imogenisabelle! sure thing, the original recipe actually called for both dark and milk choc. all u have to do is replace the chocs with whatever type you like! :D
imogenisabelle imogenisabelle 10 years
These look amazing but dark chocolate is a bit rich for me... Is there any way to substitute milk chocolate into this?
mandiesoh mandiesoh 10 years
coolness TeamSugar! sorry bout the measurements, i followed the book! :p
Community-Manager Community-Manager 10 years
I am going to attempt this recipe tonight but I am little nervous since the measurements are in metric but I am sure it will be just as delicious as the pictures!
puddinpie puddinpie 10 years
Looks tasty, Mandi!
siren6 siren6 10 years
They look lethal! Yum!
kscincotta kscincotta 10 years
Yummy!
mandiesoh mandiesoh 10 years
most welcome! :D
Athena1 Athena1 10 years
This looks delicious. Thanks to you and mandiesoh for sharing!
RockinHeartJD RockinHeartJD 10 years
yummy!! looks delicious, also- dark chocolate is a great anti-oxcidant.
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