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Chocolate Pudding brings winter warmth to my kitchen

Posted on May 12, 2014 by in desserts

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Chocolate Pudding

Chocolate pudding oozing with a rich dark chocolate syrup was how we rolled on Mother’s Day this year! Chocolate……..truly the stuff good desserts are made of!

Chocolate pudding is sweet, overly sweet if you are not in a indulgent  dessert mood, so for me it is best consumed in small portions! In my house, it really is only me who will rather have a second helping of food, rather than dessert, so the idea of a winter-warming baked dessert is always welcome! Nothing says “I love you” quite like homemade, but for those of us who cook all year long, a little help in the kitchen is always welcome. My help came in the form of my children, hubster and Woolworths who send me a big bag filled with winter spoils. In the #wwflavoursociety bag were an assortment of Woolworths dessert baking kits, hot chocolate and yes… even a warm fluffy blanket!

Chocolate Pudding

I must tell you, that prior to this weekend, I have never made a “box dessert”! I was always of the opinion that it tastes like “box” and artificial flavors. Well, I could not have been more wrong! On Friday I made the glorious Self-saucing Chocolate pudding with pears and yesterday the children made the Malva Pudding and Sticky toffee Pudding! Winners, all three of them! It seriously tastes like the real deal, with half the effort and dishes to clean! Well done Woolworths, my Mother’s Day was filled with sweet memories and guess what, today I have left-over chocolate pudding!

Chocolate Pudding

Chocolate Pudding with Pears

serves 4


1 box Woolworths self-saucing Chocolate Pudding

1 x 410 g mini pears – drained

cream of custard for serving


Pre-heat oven to 180 C and spray a shallow oven dish (Pyrex) with Spray ‘n Cook. Mix the pudding according to packet instructions and pour the batter into the oven dish. Arrange the small drained pears in the batter and then slowly and steadily on the back of a spoon pour the sauce mixture over the batter. Bake for 20 – 25 minutes or until the pudding is done. Serve with warm custard or a dollop of whipped cream!

Chocolate Pudding

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One Response to “Chocolate Pudding brings winter warmth to my kitchen”

  1. Jeff @ 15 May 2014 at 4:03 am #

    Oh. I love rich dark chocolate. For me that’s the stuff that any great dessert is made of.

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