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Adjustable Chocolate Pudding

What you need: 

1 cup nondairy milk (I use unsweetened soy)
1/3 cup sugar
2 tablespoons flour (I use whole-wheat)
2 tablespoons cocoa powder
1 tablespoon vanilla extract

What you do: 

1. Boil milk with sugar.
2. Add the flour and lower heat, stirring for about 6 minutes, until thick. Careful as it will get thicker after it has cooled.
3. Stir in cocoa and vanilla. Chill or eat warm.
Enjoy! and happy discovering.
This recipe is very adjustable. To make coconut pudding, add coconut extract and remove the chocolate/vanilla, etc. Many, many possibilities.

Preparation Time: 
7 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
2
Recipe Category: 

SO HOW'D IT GO?

Adding a small amount of dry ingredients to larger amount of liquid usually gets clumpy. I'd suggest to take some of the cold liquid and add bit-by-bit to the flour mixture a few spoonful, until you get a thicker floury liquid, and then add that to the hot liquid. Nevertheless, I would simply use cornstarch for pudding and not flour. Easyier to work with, dissolves better. But the same applies, don't add small amounts of dry powder-like substances to a larger amount of liquid, because it is bound to turn clumpy!

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Mine turned out really chunky and I couldn't eat it  :-\

any suggestions?

I agree with this poster, I tried my best to stir in the flour and cocoa well so it wouldn't clump but it did anyway. It came out chunky and very glutenous rather than creamy.  If you have tips for how to improve this I would appreciate them.

Thanks

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Mine turned out really chunky and I couldn't eat it  :-\

any suggestions?

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I made this last night for my family.  My boys are 6 and 13 and they loved it.  Really great treat!  It was so quick and easy to make. YUM!

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