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Chocolate Pudding!

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John and I LOOOOOVE us some chocolate pudding!  I wanted to share this super duper easy recipe that we have concocted.  It is incredibly thick and rich but not overpoweringly so.  Check it out!
First, we grab the double boiler and mixed together 1/4 cup cornstarch, 1/2 cup Rapadura, and a pinch of sea salt.
Then, we added in 2 cups of raw cream and 1 cup of raw milk.  
When it was added in, we started to boil the water in the bottom pot.  Occasionally, we stirred it.  The most important thing is to make sure it doesn’t boil at this point.  After about 20 minutes, the mixture was nice and thick. 
That meant it was time to melt in the chocolate!  We used 2 3.5 oz bars of 90% dark broken up (minus all the pieces we ate first!)
We stirred it up until it was all melted.  
When it was all blended, we added a tsp of vanilla and then removed it from the boiling water pot. 
Once everything was combined, we stuck it in the fridge to cool.  It was thicker after 45 minutes, but still warm.  2 hours later?
It is thick and delicious… perfect with some graham crackers!
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2 thoughts on “Chocolate Pudding!

  1. Hi! I've never left a message before, but I have spent a good deal of time here. I LOVE this blog!! You are certainly very creative people, and it's always so interesting and entertaining to see what you're up to. Congratulations on the new little one ~ how awesome!! I'm happy for you. Sheila

  2. @Anonymous Hi Shelia! That is so sweet, thank you!! I'm glad you like the blog. Feel free to comment whenever, I LOVE to hear from people!

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