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chocolate pudding

Yesterday, I came home to "People!" (Think Mr. Bennett as played by Donald Sutherland in Pride and Prejudice).  We had a bit of bread and chocolate with tea.  I admit to still wanting chocolate today.  After the library and CSA, I put together a chocolate pudding.  Yes, I needed to cook the pudding longer and the flavor was delightful.  My Beloved and Small Mister just slurped it up.  But can I say I really am not a pudding person.  I do keep trying and I do not know why.  

Like I said, the flavor on this one is good so I would make it again for Small Mister.  I just probably would not eat it.

chocolate pudding

Note:  I modified this from KrisitnRosenau of Pastry Affair

1 1/2 cups whole goat milk

2 tablespoons sugar

1 tablespoon cornstarch

1 tablespoon cocoa 

1/8 teaspoon salt

1 egg yolk

40 grams dark chocolate, chopped fine

1/2 teaspoon vanilla

In a bowl, mix 1/2 cup milk, the cornstarch, cocoa, salt, and egg yolk.

Put the rest of the milk in a pan.  Bring to just a boil.  Keep stirring.  Turn the heat down and mix in the milk and cocoa mixture.  Stir and keep stirring until the back of a spoon is thickly coated.  Take off the heat and add the chopped chocolate.  Mix until melted.  Add and mix in the vanilla.

This fit in four ramekins.  Refrigerate (or eat warm if you like).

Small Mister slurped this up faster then a banana or peanut butter (his favorites). I am just not a pudding person.  Oh well.

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