The Best Chocolate Pudding

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  1. ninjatoth

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    2 cups of milk
    1/4 cup of butter
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    2/3 cup of sugar
    3 tablespoons coco powder
    3 tablespoons cornstarch
    1 egg







    combine sugar,cornstarch and cocoa in saucepan.Before heating add egg and milk,mix well for about a minute.Now cook over medium heat,stirring constantly until it becomes thick and bubbly(about 5 minutes).Remove from heat and add butter and vanilla extract and mix well.Eat warm or chill.The best pudding anywhere!
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    sounds like a great start to an omelette !!


    Kinda reminiscent of "Where's the beef???" -


    WHERE'S THE CHOCOLATE? :D:D


    aHHHH Looks much more like a dessert item now !!
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    I'm definetly going to give this a try on my next day off. This looks quick and tasty.
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    ohh,I just noticed it's supposed to be wild game stuff,so to make it right,it needs to be 2 cups of sasquatch milk.
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    LMAO, dang, looks like i'll need to make a return trip up to Wa St.
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    I don't know,I'll bet you got some domestic sasquatch right there in Texas.We got the shorter,stockier albino sasquatch here in michigan.
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    by the way,if you simply leave out the cocoa powder,you have vanilla pudding,or to make butterscotch,leave out the cocoa and replace the sugar with 1 Cup brown sugar.
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    I wish they made REAL chocolate mousse in a package. It just takes too much time to make up a REAL batch.

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    ninjatoth: Thanks for the recipe, it is without a doubt the best chocolate pudding I have ever tasted. You might try putting it on a piece of angel food cake and add a little whipped cream all served chilled.

    Ron
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    ninjatoth: You posted later three eggs and I tried it both ways and I found one egg as originally posted as above as being much, much better.

    Ron
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    I gained 4 pounds reading this thread. :D
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    It is 1 egg,always has been.I started typing something else before I posted,and accidentally posted just "3 eggs" and someone already quoted it before I could even post a recipe
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    Well now I know how to make a chocolate omlett.:D
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    I was just reading this over, thinkin' about trying it, when I noticed something important was missing from the recipe.

    How much does it make? It would look to be somewhere between two and three cups, but how much, exactly? If there's just me, will I end up feeding it to the dog because there's so much? If I want to feed a family of five, will there be enough?
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    might not be enough for 5 people,it's more like enough for 2 people who like pudding pretty well,or 1 teenager.I would double the batch for 5 people.
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    :p;):D:D:D
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    Bump, this is really good and very simple to make. Kids can help out and enjoy together.
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    I made up a batch and it was GoooooD!!!!!!! I'm going to try a little twist on the recipe and will let you know how it turns out.:D
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    I love chocolate. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
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    Chocolate Gravy and Buttermilk Biscuits

    My grandmother made chocolate pudding with a similar recipe, except we called it chocolate gravy and she served it over buttermilk biscuits. Oh my. Chocolate gravy and biscuits is still one of my all time favorite breakfasts, followed very quickly by buttermilk waffles with chocolate syrup. Homemade chocolate syrup that was like hot fudge poured over butter smothered waffles. Anyone gain weight yet?

    Anyway, my grandmother's recipe was as above, but increase the cocoa to 4 tblsps, and add 1/2 tsp salt, which inhances all the flavors, and increase the butter to 1/3 cup and there you have it. Serve HOT immediately when it just reaches the boiling point over HOT buttermilk biscuits. Leftovers got covered and chilled and eaten as pudding, or reheated and eaten over more biscuits.

    For chocolate syrup, my grandmother took a cup of semi sweet chocolate chips, just barely covered them in water, then heated them until melted and stirred until smooth, adding water until they were the right consistency, which was thick, but pourable. Nice crisp buttermilk waffles fresh off the griddle, buttered generously, with hot fudge on top. Real butter only, of course. Damn. Now my toast for breakfast seems suddenly boring. Hell of a lot better for me, I suppose.

    My son used to make me chocolate gravy and biscuits for my birthday breakfast. Just like I taught him, from Grandma's recipe.
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