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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

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Eggless Chocolate Pudding Recipe
Once I saw the recipe in 2-3 blogs, I wanted to make it right away as the ingredients were simple and I had it in hand too. My search for a simple easy eggless butterless chocolate pudding ends here and am sure its my keeper. How about urs?! :)
    Eggless Chocolate Pudding Recipe
Eggless Chocolate Pudding Recipe:
Recipe Source : JustHomeMade and HomeCooksRecipes
Makes 4 small cups / ramekins

Ingredients:
  • Custard powder(vanilla flavored) / Cornflour - 3 tbsp
  • Cocoa powder - 2 tbsp
  • Chocolate sauce - 1 tbsp (optional)
  • Milk - 1 and 1/2 cups
  • Sugar - 2 tbsp
  • Salt - a pinch
  • Choco chips / Chocolate Shavings - 2 tbsp
  • Vanilla essence - 1/4 tsp

Eggless Chocolate Pudding Recipe
Method:
1.First take custard powder, cocoa powder in a mixing bowl and whisk it well. Then add sugar.
Eggless Chocolate Pudding Recipe
2.Add 1/2 cup milk and whisk well to form a semi runny paste. Take care to avoid lumps, set aside.Boil water in a saucepan and fit another heatproof bowl containing chocolate or choco chips over the sauce pan. Simmer the flame once the water starts to boil. Once the chocolate is melted completely switch off, set aside.
Eggless Chocolate Pudding Recipe3.Now heat the remaining 1 cup milk in a pan then add the custard-coco-sugar mixture and mix well. Stir continuously to avoid lumps even if it forms break it immediately. It gets thickened faster so be very careful.Add vanilla essence.
Eggless Chocolate Pudding Recipe4.Now add the melted chocolate sauce and keep stirring for 5-7mins until it is thick. When scrapped with laddle it coats the back of the laddle easily, that is the correct stage so switch off.Transfer immediately to setting bowl and refrigerate for atleast 1 hr. Garnish with choco chips and coco powder sprinkled.
Eggless Chocolate Pudding RecipeI loved the pudding too as it was silky, creamy, yummy and most of all chocolatey!! This would sure impress guests too , easy to make so we can plan it for parties or family get together too.
    Eggless Chocolate Pudding Recipe
My Notes:
  • A layer of pudding skin forms So if you like it then refrigerate as such without covering.If you dont like pudding skin wrap the pudding bowls/cups with a plastic wrap and then refriegerate. Even the pudding skin was chocolatey so I liked them too :)
  • Do not skip choco chips/ chocolate as it gives the chocolatey flavour.
  • You can avoid coco powder and chocolates and use the same recipe for a plain vanilla pudding.
  • This is a very easy yet rich and delicious dessert. I'm sure kids would luv it as my little one was relishing every spoon :) 
Eggless Chocolate Pudding Recipe
Written by: SHARMILEE J

78 comments:

  1. My search endless too.. Will be trying it soon.. Thanks for the recipe!

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  2. I mean my search ends too.. U see the euphoria that has hit me after seeing this recipe.. Didnt check what I wrote before commenting:D LOL!

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  3. this iz very easy to prepare...superb pudding with choclate...my kid iz a chocolte lover..i ll surely preapre this for her...nice pic..sharmi..

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  4. I just love this absolutely...you can even add cream and reduce the milk for still creamier n yummy pudding..by the way those pictures r superb sharmi...lip-smacking dessert!!

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  5. Wow...loving it...looks drool worthy....has seen hot pots on tv last night and was carving for me...this increases my carving...let me check what i have to satisfy right now....extremely luscious sharmi...

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  6. I am simply drooling here... Amazing clicks and a great recipe.

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  7. @Prathiba : I was looking for a fat free version with no butter, cream and finally settled down with this one....Adding cream will again make this heavy so dont prefer doing so :)

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  8. Wow....extremely drool worthy:) I love chocolate in any form ...will try this for sure...your pictures n presentation were awesome n two thumbs up!!! love your pictures :)

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  9. Loos so so deoolie delish, wish i had a glass of this, and i am in love with your pics.

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  10. Wowwwwwwww... looks simply amazing and tempting.. awesome presentation dear.. thanks for the recipe :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  11. Looks so tempting and lovely clicks...

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  12. head over heals over ur lovely pudding!! sigh sigh...how i wish i cud grab one..!!

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  13. wonderful clicks and a mouthwatering desert.nodoubt will impress the guests and our family too.

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  14. I am lost for words to describe both the recipe and the pics... awesome job:)))
    Reva

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  15. Looks yummy. Anything chocolaty is my choice and even I was looking for a pudding without fat or marshmallows. This one is surely tempting me enough :)

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  16. Easy one.. I think I should try both the chocolate and the vanilla versions...

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  17. Tempting one...pics make them so wonderful...

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  18. Chocolaty yummy pudding,love it..tempting clicks dear.

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  19. So...tempting and delicious with beautiful clicks.....

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  20. Yummo!!that too butterless and eggless double super LIKE..

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  21. This is my daughter's favorite too... yummylicious

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  22. Seriously, wanna grab ur glass and relish ur pudding.. Butterless..O my, very well welcome..

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  23. The dessert look scrumptious, Sharmilee!

    Lite Bite

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  24. This is pure indulgence minus the guilt. Oh boy butter less ... did you say that !! Delicious :)

    Cheers,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  25. Looks so rich and chocolatey... Will surely try this soon...

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  26. Oh Sharmilee, this is fabulous! Choco chips definitely add more depth.. yummy!

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  27. So luscious n delectable! A chocoaholic's dream come true..
    US Masala

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  28. Definitely trying it out, it looks very delicious :)

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  29. beautiful photography.....i get the cravings!!! loved it....thnx for sharing :)

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  30. Gosh Sharmilee!!! I am not too fond of chocolate desserts. But your clicks is making me wanna try this dessert ASAP!Loved the composition :)

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  31. Woww feel like finishing that wonderful looking pudding, delicious..

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  32. Wow! that looks very inviting and totally yum!

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  33. amazing treat! Love to indulge :)

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  34. literally drooling over ur pudding.lovely pictures.

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  35. This is one of my fav dessert from my childhood.. mom used to make chocolate dessert using the custard powder during my school days, except no choco chips.. This is still one in myfav list even though we make so many.. so now i am tempted seeing this pictures sharmi...love it.

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  36. This is my all time fav..I make it similar way but adding sauce is a nice touch...Will try this again soon!!! Looks so sinfully good!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  37. WOw i can have this choco pudding without feeling guilty as this is fat free. Beautiful pics

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  38. Wow! This looks to be a yummy treat. looks great :)

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  39. What a coincidence. today I've posted a eggless chocolate mousse :-)This looks so delectable and the pictures are pretty !

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  40. Wow, pudding looks absolutely delicious!

    www.appetitetreats.com

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  41. totally love it....n' what an awesome presentation.....:)

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  42. WOW! It looks fabulous, Sharmi..Gorgeous clicks!

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  43. Lovely clicks of the yummy silky pudding!

    simply loving ur cam and ur style now:)

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  44. wow.. this is a real treat for chocolate lovers. wish i could have some. i love chocolates :)

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  45. Wow,I have to sure try this simple pudding,real soon! YUMM!

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  46. @Raks : Sure give a try am sure any chocolate lover will fall for it...U can skip the coco choco flavour and serve it for Ajay :)

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  47. yum....i made it and it was really as success!!!

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  48. @Vidhi : Thats very nice to hear, glad that you enjoyed it! :)

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  49. sharmi I have been browsing for an eggless chocolate mousse recipe. is this pudding same as chocolae mousse?
    yum yum yum.. this is my next recipe to try on .

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  50. @mitha : I havent tried chocolate mousse but choc pudding and choco mousse are different esp in the texture. Most eggless version of puddings have cornflour/custard powder while mouse has cream and chocolate as its main ingredients. Chocolate mousse is on to my try list since long so expect it soon here :)

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  51. sure my dear.
    my little boy is too fond of choco mousse..
    by the way. vanilla cake is so superb.
    tomorow am visiting my parentsand sis.so have packed the cake for them too..
    suggest me some other recopies to try out

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  52. @mitha : You can try veg pizza from here as its a keeper recipe and have got so many appreciations :) Other than that there are few easy desserts here : http://www.sharmispassions.com/search/label/Desserts

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  53. Sharmi
    I checked that link... so many yummy desserts to try out.
    MUwahhhhhh...
    love it. I f I start making a new dish every week, am sure I can survive on ur blog for the next so many years..

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  54. Hey by the way I have left a comment on vanilla sponge cake post too.
    Please approve it dear..

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  55. hai how should i make chocolate sauce?

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  56. DEFINITELY bookmarking this one!

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  57. Ur recipies are simply outta the world and so easy, am a baker myself and juz cudnt stop screaming in delight after reading the simple way things have been explained coz i usually get bogged down by the confusing measurements, Hats off!!! keep up the gud work!!!

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  58. @Preethi : Glad to hear that!! :)

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  59. wooooooooooooooow its simple i liked it veryyyyyyyyyyyyy much i will try it

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  60. Hi.. I totally loved the pudding.. making it again today.. Just one query.. under ingredients, a pinch of salt has been mentioned. At which stage of the pudding should it be added ?
    Thanks :)

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  61. @Shruthi : I missed it,now updated it.Add it along with sugar itself.

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  62. it turned out to be great!!!but the color was light brown.could it be due to the COCO POWDER brand?i used CADBURY'S

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  63. @Doctor : Yes the color depends on the brand of coco powder and also the choco chips...But I too used cadbury brand only....

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  64. Its superb EASY and YUMMY.........!!! :-)

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  65. Wow Sharmi! Lovely chocolate pudding! Awesome snaps! Merry Christmas!

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  66. Hi sharmilee...so i tried 2 of your recipes today...chana masala and this delicious pudding...they have come out great...my pudding is in d fridge right now, waiting for my daughter to return frm her school...thank u..u are awesome!

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  67. it came out very well. instead of chocolate sauce i added diary milk 2 pieces. looked mostly similar to yours.

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  68. Fabulous. Creamy, smooth, chocolatey and sinful. Made an orange version of it as well as the original chocolate. Both were delicious. This is such a versatile recipe, can be made in so many different flavours. Added a small splash of rum while cooking to give it more of a kick and fuller flavour. Thanks Sharmi for making simple things so delicious that nobody is ready to believe they are so easy!

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  69. Hi the pics look awesome :) can u pls let me know which cocoa powder is best for this ? which brand did u use?

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    1. I use Cadburys or Parry(which is available only in wholesale shops) brand coco powder.

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  70. Hi thanks for this.. this is awesome.. can you tell me where I can find these cup measurements like the ones you use.

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