Molton Chocolate Puddings



I've been looking for an easy warming pud to make for the Christmas pudding haters in our family (there are a few of them!)...and I think I've found it. These are so simple taking just 5 minutes to prepare and about 10 minutes in the oven and taste gorgeously rich and gooey. You could easily double the recipe to serve 8 if you needed to cater for a larger number of people and for an added seasonal twist you could omit the vanilla extract and add the zest of 1 or 2 clementines.

I promise you will be impressed by these!

MOLTON CHOCOLATE PUDDINGS


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Molton Chocolate Puddings

Warm chocolate puddings with an ooozy middle
prep time: 10 minscook time: 12 minstotal time: 22 mins

ingredients:

  • 125g Dark Chocolate
  • 125g Unsalted Butter
  • 3 Large Eggs
  • 150g Golden Caster Sugar
  • 35g Plain Flour
  • 1/2 TSP of Vanilla Extract
  • Butter and Flour for ramekins

instructions

  • Step 1: Preheat the oven to 200c and butter and lightly flour 4 ramekins (approx 200ml capacity).
  • Step 2: Melt the butter and chocolate in a microwave (do 20-30 second zaps at a time to prevent it burning).
  • Step 3: Whisk the eggs, sugar, flour and vanilla extract together until just mixed then fold in the chocolate mixture.
  • Step 4: Pour the mixture into the 4 ramekins and put on a baking sheet. Place in the centre of the oven for 10-12 minutes until a few cracks form on the top.
  • Step 5: Serve straight out of the oven with some ice cream or clotted cream.


Beth Sachs (Jam & Clotted Cream)
11 Comments

11 comments:

  1. Oh warm chocolate goodness!

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  2. I love these what the restaurants have dubbed Molten Lava Cakes.

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  3. A friend of mine is always banging on about how good GĂș chocolate puddings are. Spookily he was here last night with a couple of them to try just as your post came through, thus giving us the opportunity to do an ad-hoc taste test.

    We both agreed that these homemade ones were far superior in both taste and texture. Nice work.

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  4. I too am a Christmas Pudding hater, but I'll defo pop round to yours on Xmas Day if these are on the menu ;0)

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  5. I'm definitely going to try these!

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  6. These look gorgeous and would be great for Christmas dinner. I used to make these a lot, but weirdly haven't done so since starting my blog.

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  7. I've given up with christmas pud - no one seems to want it. This looks a lovely alternative.

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  8. You can count me amongst the Christmas Pudding haters (and I have just made 6 of them!!)


    This sounds like a perfect alternative.

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  9. The puddings look great. Got that book too...must try making these :D

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  10. Oh my gosh, I want to schmush my face into the chocolate. It looks sooo good!

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