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Mithra’s Chocolate Pudding

Today’s recipe comes from Mithra, 8, from Sydney. It’s her and her family’s favourite chocolate pudding recipe. And I can completely understand why. It tastes soooo good.

Mum insisted I add a few raspberries – to make it sort of healthy. But whether you eat it with fruit or without – I can guarantee this is one recipe that you’ll be coming back to do again and again.

Thanks for sharing Mithra! And happy cooking everyone!

Enjoy!
Rosie

Ingredients:

30g cocoa powder, sifted
60g cornflour
120g caster sugar
800ml milk

Method:

1. In a small saucepan, add the milk and sift in the cocoa and the cornflour.
2. Whisk vigorously until it has the appearance of lump free chocolate milk.
3. Heat over a low heat continuously until it comes to the boil.
4. Cook for 2 minutes and then whisk the sugar in. Stir until dissolved and the pudding is thickened.
5. Pour into a bowl and cover the whole surface with cling film.

Rosie’s Ratings:

I Can Do It All By Myself: 3/5 (there’s a bit of hot stove and whisking action you might need some adult help with)

Likelihood Your Brother Will Want To Lick The Whisk: 5/5
Winning Combination of Taste And Texture: 4/5 (but only if you love the wobbly texture of pudding)
Likelihood Your Dad Will Sneak Back Into The Fridge For Seconds: 5/5

Rosie’s Tip of the Day

Make sure you whisk vigorously to incorporate as much air into the pudding as possible. This will make it light and delicious.

Do you have a recipe for Rosie to try? Email it through to [email protected].

 

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