Dessert & Baked Goods » Chocolate Pudding Cake
When you're pressed for time, you can still make a warm and creamy dessert. Take it from a chef who spends his days cooking aboard a schooner - this dish aims to please. You don't need a kerosene stove to get the same result. Just a quick 15-20 minutes in the oven and it's ready.
Posted Sunday, July 25, 2010, at 8:07 pm by Lynne:Made this for my boyfriend's 40th birthday and it was a huge hit. Gooey, chocolatey deliciousness. Served right out of the oven and added a couple of small scoops of vanilla ice cream. I made the batter, scooped it out into the ramekins and put in refrigerator covered in plastic. Then right after dinner, added the syrup and baked. This is the perfect dessert to serve that tastes like you put a lot of work into it but is actually very easy. Heck if this chef can make it on a moving sailboat, just think how easy it'll be for you. Oh, also, if you have extra syrup left over, don't worry. Just use what you need to cover the batter. Enjoy. We did!!!
Posted Thursday, January 14, 2010, at 1:35 pm by Donna Viera:Another sharp pair of eyes watched this video! The chef used baking powder. (The chalkboard is incorrect.) We hope you make this dessert - it is truly luscious!
Posted Thursday, January 14, 2010, at 1:11 pm by Pauline Miller:I just watched your video and the pudding cake looks delicious. I have one question: While making the dessert you mentioned baking powder, however, your chalk board says baking soda. The printed recipes mentions baking 'powder' so I'm assuming that is the correct ingredient. However, I never assume anything. LOL : ) Can you address that issue for me? Thank you.
Posted Thursday, July 16, 2009, at 9:53 pm by Carla & Anamelia Arriaga:This dessert looks amazing and Paul is great... loved the ending!
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