Prep 15 mins
Cook 1 hr 15 mins
This recipe is really sensational and no-one would believe how you made it. Good enough for guests. From Super Food Ideas July 2005.
- 300 g waffles (store purchased)
- 4 eggs
- 1⁄3 cup caster sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 600 ml thickened cream
- 200 g frozen raspberries
- 200 g milk chocolate, chopped (high quality)
- icing sugar, to serve
- Preheat oven to 170 Degrees Celsius.
- Lightly grease 8-cup capacity ovenproof pudding dish.
- Cut waffles into 3cm cubes.
- Using electic mixer beat eggs, caster sugar and vanilla for 3 minutes until pale and thick.
- Add cream and beat until ocmbined.
- Arrange 1/3 waffles in dish. Pour 1/3 cream mixture over, 1/3 raspberries and 1/3 chocolate on top of that. Repeat.
- Allow mixture to stand 30 minutes before baking uncovered for 45 minutes (if pudding is browning to quickly cover with foil) or until custard is set and top is golden.
- Dust with icing sugar to serve.
Wow!! What is there not to love in this recipe?? Chocolate, waffles, and berries in one!This was soo good!! I made a few slight changes to the recipe; one of them was substituting frozen strawberries instead of raspberries since we don't get raspberries here. Also, I wasn't sure if this recipe requires regular frozen waffles or belgian waffles- Since we don't get those regular waffles here, I used homemade frozen belgian waffles in this recipe. Also, I wasn't sure how it would turn out.. so I added extra chocolate chips to the batter so it would be slightly more chocolately.. which I think was not necessary. Overall it definitely deserves 5 stars for the ease of prep and the delicious taste!
This dessert is out of this world. It's so easy to make and the results are impressive. I have made it a few times now and shared the recipe with my friends. Have also tried it using frozen mixed berries which worked well, though I do prefer the zing of raspberries.