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This would have to be the best pudding i have had in ages! It actually self sauces and there isn't many round that do it properly well not for me anyway! Big thumbs up from me!
Works beautifully for me. Also a recipe my mum used, but never attempted in microwave (until now!). Her recipe was from Edmonds. Beautiful with frozen raspberries stirred through the batter just prior to cooking.
Best Ever, So simple to make and yummy to eat, thanks for sharing your recipe with us, Five Star Rating from me, will definately make again and again and again!
This is an awesome recipe, made it for the family and they loved it. Thanks would definitely put this in my recipe book.
Absolutely loved it! Although after reading a previous comment I only put it in my microwave for 5 minutes and it came out totally scrumptious - Absolutely the sauciest chocolate pudding I have ever had. A little dust of icing sugar and some Vanilla ice-cream - TO DIE FOR! Note After: I think the different problems people are having relate to the differences in their microwaves. Mine turns out like a big soft sponge with a thick slightly jelly type sauce. I don't add the coconut, only add 1/2 cup sugar and substitute cocoa for milo and it comes out beautiful each time.
This is the strangest thing I have ever tasted. I was expecting a sponge type cake but the pudding itself was a solid block I could barely get a spoon through. Neither could my children and they refused to eat it. I can't figure out what I did wrong! That said, there was plenty of sauce and it cooked evenly.
a quicker version of the one my mother makes in the oven! delicious!! thanks
this was the first pudding i had eva made and it was delicious and very easy Thanx Nicole
Simple, Easy, Delicious! I left out the coconut (personal preference)which was the only change I made. The pudding came out spongy with lots of gooey, choc sauce. Will definately make again. Thanks for posting.
this was very very very nice, i would recomend using a big big big bowl to heat, because it grows a lot (the slef-rising flour i guess)